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Knight Life

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Knight Life

Movie poster for The Menu

Conner’s Critiques: “The Menu,” is a satirical take on the food and restaurant industry, not a horror movie.

Conner McBride, Staff Writer January 31, 2023

It’s Saturday and you’ve managed to convince your parents or your friends that going and seeing the new food-themed horror movie, “The Menu,” will be a fun way to spend the evening.  You purchase...

Strange World: a beautiful movie with a touching story

“Strange World”: a beautiful movie with a touching story

Lexi Tuley, Graphics Editor, Tower Talk Team January 26, 2023

“Strange World” was, at first, a way to fill time during an un-eventful weekend, but the movie ended up being an unexpected delight. Instead of being just another magical musical, “Strange World”...

Conners Critiques: “Everything Everywhere All At Once” is a phenomenal movie for Sci-Fi fans

Conners Critiques: “Everything Everywhere All At Once” is a phenomenal movie for Sci-Fi fans

Conner McBride, Staff Writer June 12, 2022

Directed by Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, “Everything Everywhere All At Once” was released on Mar 11, 2022 in the South by Southwest film festival and came to the big screen in United States theaters...

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Conner’s Critiques: “Turning Red” and “Embracing the Panda” are fever-dream insights on the struggles of growing up. 

Conner McBride, Staff Writer April 20, 2022

“Turning Red,” released on Feb. 21, 2022, tells the story of Mei Lee as she faces the trials of growing up while having a strained relationship with her mother.  First and foremost, this movie...

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Conner’s Critiques: “No Way Home” is an unexpected take on the beloved “Spider-Man” series (SPOILERS)

Conner McBride, Staff Writer March 10, 2022

New York Citys’ favourite web-slinging–still technically vigilante–superhuman returns in a wonderful third movie in the “Spider-Man: Homecoming” series.  In the newest instalment of the third...

Conner’s Critiques: “Encanto” is a magical portrayal of toxic families and neglect

Conner’s Critiques: “Encanto” is a magical portrayal of toxic families and neglect

Conner McBride, Staff Writer March 3, 2022

“Encanto” is a magical, music-filled movie that was released on Nov. 24, 2021 and tells the tale of the Madrigal family who live in a small town centred in a valley in Colombia. All the members of...

Conners Critiques: “Cinderella” is why you should leave Disney princesses to Disney

Conner’s Critiques: “Cinderella” is why you should leave Disney princesses to Disney

Conner McBride, Staff Writer January 27, 2022

The most recent Cinderella movie is a mockery of the beloved childhood film.  This remake of Cinderella is proof that just because you have famous actors and celebrities in your movie, it’s not going...

Conners Critiques: “Love Hard” is a heartwarming movie for the winter season

Conner’s Critiques: “Love Hard” is a heartwarming movie for the winter season

Conner McBride, Staff Writer January 25, 2022

The worst thing that can happen to you when looking for love is the person you thought you were dating turning out to be the complete opposite of what you expected. Like an oatmeal raisin cookie innocently...

Conners Critiques: Tick, tick… a booming review

Conner’s Critiques: Tick, tick… a booming review

Conner McBride, Staff Writer January 13, 2022

“Tick, Tick… Boom” is the story of writer and musician Jonathan Larson, who is best known for writing the musical “Rent.” The musical/drama tells the story of Larson while he is stuck in a slump...

Conners Critiques: Just because Red Notice is a spy movie, doesn’t mean it’s good

Conner’s Critiques: Just because “Red Notice” is a spy movie, doesn’t mean it’s good

Conner McBride, Staff Writer December 17, 2021

“Red Notice” is proof that just because you have great actors, does not mean you’ll have a great movie. “Red Notice” is one of Netflix’s newer movies having only come out on November 5 of...

“Halloween Kills” review: Please don’t kill my heart

“Halloween Kills” review: Please don’t kill my heart

Cavan Helms, Sports Team December 6, 2021

I hit the soft cushions of what most call the iconic movie-watching location, the couch. Hoping for a rush of comfort and pleasure, I land on the crumbs of the chips I ate yesterday. I am also ignoring...

The headquarters of the French Dispatch in Ennui, France from The French Dispatch.

Review: “The French Dispatch” is peak Wes Anderson and well worth the wait

Elliot Russell, Editor-in-Chief December 3, 2021

“It all began as a holiday,” the narrator utters as the trailer opens. I feel like I’ve heard this phrase a thousand times as I’ve ruminated over Wes Anderson’s “The French Dispatch.”  “The...

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