The past few weeks have affected the movie industry in a variety of ways. Ever since stay-at-home and shelter-in-place orders were put in place, theaters across the world have shut down indefinitely without any assurance of when they’ll reopen. With the closing of theaters, many films that were to be released in the months between March and July have either been assigned new release dates or pushed back indefinitely. Not only have movie studios and those who work on films been greatly affected, but theaters themselves have been taking major blows after being forced to shut down. With the quarantine put in place and no definite answer for when it will be lifted, the movie industry has had to learn how to roll with the punches and adapt to a new world.
Each day feels more like we’re living in a strange apocalyptic movie. Everything in life is canceled and grocery stores are completely out of paper products. In the midst of these strange times, many of us have endless downtime to catch up on movies and TV shows we’ve been wanting to watch. Another great opportunity to keep ourselves occupied while we’re all sitting at home keeping our distance from one another is the chance to catch up on some books we’ve been intending to read.
‘The Rhythm Section’ falls into the trap of being another cut-and-paste copy of every other revenge film and brings nothing new to the genre.
Welcome to a new episode of InPut2! Spoiler Warning! This episode, we dissect the Academy Award-winning movie 'Parasite' and share our reactions to the movie's Best Picture win. Were there other films that deserved the title more? Does the film truly portray its theme up to par? What was the overall quality of the film in general? How does the film compare to other movies that cover the class divide? Get your answers and so much more in this divided episode of InPut2! Hosted by: Tanner Kinney, Jack Gillespie, and Mason Kupiainen Edited by: Kellyn Harrison Graphic by: Katy Szpak
Hello, movie fanatics and welcome to a new season of InPut2! With the upcoming release of 'Sonic the Hedgehog' we're going to talk about modern video game movies. What does it take to make a great video game movie? How do our thoughts compare to what we've already seen? Get your answers to these questions and more in this season premiere of InPut2! Hosts: Tanner Kinney, Katherine Simon, and Mason Kupiainen Edited by: OK Schlatter Thumbnail by: Malia Hutton