The End of the F***ing World Review

By Daylin Delgado What do you get when you mix a 17-year- old self-proclaimed psychopath looking to kill his new girlfriend, and a too-cool- for-school teenage girl who want to run away in a British dark comedy-drama? Internal monologues, blatant depictions of teenage awkwardness, and surprisingly well-done character development—all sans the modern-day romanticizing of mental… Read More The End of the F***ing World Review

Hugh Jackman Did Not Sing Through the Pain of Nasal Surgery for Petty Reviews

By Daylin Delgado Ladies and gentlemen, The Greatest Showman is not as grandiose as the name implies, but by no means does it deserve the shameful reviews it received. One look at the Critic Consensus on Rotten Tomatoes—“tries hard to dazzle the audience with a Barnum-style sense of wonder—but at the expense of its complex… Read More Hugh Jackman Did Not Sing Through the Pain of Nasal Surgery for Petty Reviews

Will Smith’s Netflix Original Bright Is Actually Pretty Dark

By Daylin Delgado At first glance, Bright is another movie Netflix users simply brush off as an original movie the streaming service is trying to force into their recommendations. That is, until they notice Will Smith’s face on the preview screen and start to wonder what the film has to offer. After days of disinterest,… Read More Will Smith’s Netflix Original Bright Is Actually Pretty Dark

Protecting Breitbart

By Dru Barcelo Breitbart, a company that most would consider to be a sexist, racist, homophobic, and anti-Muslim website that enthusiastically promotes fake news and white nationalism, has continued to receive advertising from some of the world’s largest companies like Facebook, Google, and Amazon. With anti-Breitbart organizations on the prowl attempting to get these ads… Read More Protecting Breitbart