John Ehrett, a native of Dallas, Texas, and a graduate of Patrick Henry College, is a student at Yale Law School. His academic interests include civil liberties issues, international legal structures, and private law theory.
Evidently, Dan Piepenbring can’t understand why Chick-fil-A is so popular with New York City residents, given the city’s progressive political and social leanings.
Of all the directors to do a King Arthur reboot, Guy Ritchie is probably the worst. But ‘Legend of the Sword,’ for all its faults, is never dull.
This new flick is the consummate summer blockbuster, jammed with everything that makes it fun to go to the movies.
The film doesn’t really do full justice to its source material. But it’s still highly watchable, and succeeds as a powerful conversation starter.
There’s a lot to like in this eighth ‘Fast and Furious’ installment—but sadly, it loses sight of some key elements that have made the franchise enjoyable.
What happens when a community is obsessed with self-actualization at any cost? This new HBO series shows us the worst of progressive utopia.
This is essentially a slasher movie in space. And despite its talented cast and eye-popping effects, ‘Life’ doesn’t offer much substance beneath the sizzle.
‘Skull Island’ has little to offer beyond cool visuals. It is a bruising, graceless movie that reflects the worst tendencies of 2017 Hollywood.
The newest Wolverine movie transcends genre, delivering stellar performances and a plot full of loss, pain, hope, and redemption. This is a must-see film.
Here’s how our politically obsessed and ideologically sequestered press would report on C.S. Lewis’s classic children’s fantasy series.
If you are skeptical about seeing the Dark Knight storm the screen in Lego form, never fear—this ‘Batman’ is one of the character’s best outings yet.
The history of the McDonald’s franchise proffers viewers a fascinating look at capitalism and community, greed and growth.
This film about a young black gay man largely transcends politics, offering instead a poignant story about meaning and belonging.
Complex yet reverent, ‘Silence’ explores the meanings and dilemmas of the Christian faith, and decisively sets a new benchmark for religious films.
What could have been a compelling story instead offers one-dimensional characters, terrible dialogue, and contradictory plot points.
The heart of ‘Star Wars’ has always been the drama of good and evil and the Force—but ‘Rogue One’ dispenses with these deeper themes.
At once colorful and stark, ‘Nocturnal Animals’ is an interesting experiential, artistic film—one that will inspire thought, even if it doesn’t delight.
‘Allied’ is a fascinating, intense film—but it would be even better if it the story’s central tension were allowed to fully percolate.
No matter who they voted for, millennials can fight disillusionment and despair by turning homeward and fighting political battles at the grassroots level.
‘Harry Potter’ fans who were disappointed by ‘Harry Potter and the Cursed Child’ will find a welcome return of J.K. Rowling’s brilliance in this new film.
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