Reviews

Reviews of movies, games, restaurants, or other things determined to be relevant to readers by The Front Page staff.


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Cult Following: The Movie you are not watching, but should.

If you’re over the age of, say, 40, you will surely remember the 1975 cult phenomenon The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Weekend after weekend, year after year, decade after decade, audiences turned up at theaters — often dressed in corsets, fishnets, and other costumes — to shriek out lines ahead of the characters and sing along with… Continue reading Cult Following: The Movie you are not watching, but should.

Exploring Uncharted. (From a Person Who’s Never Played The Game).

Is this movie the next major film franchise to blow up or just a one-trick pony headed out to pasture? That’s a question one has to ask themselves based on the box office numbers for the new action movie, released in theaters on the eighteenth of February this year, starring Tom Holland and Mark Walhberg. … Continue reading Exploring Uncharted. (From a Person Who’s Never Played The Game).

Porco Rosso, An Exciting and Solemn Adventure (Spoilers review)

By Madison Otten  Porco Rosso is a high-flying adventure from Studio Ghibli and Hayao Misazaki, who also created and directed other works such as Princess Mononoke, Spirited Away, My Neighbor Totoro. Porco Rosso premiered in 1992 and earned $59 million while on a ¥9.2 million budget ($85,836 USD). Featuring voice talents such as Micheal Keaton,… Continue reading Porco Rosso, An Exciting and Solemn Adventure (Spoilers review)

Sugarfire’s Stalemate, Restaurant Review

 Written by Griffin Seeley  Illustration by Madison Otten Sugarfire Smokehouse, originated in St. Louis, Mo., has multiple locations in the Midwest, including one Colorado location in Westminster. I ended up choosing this restaurant to review because of its close proximity and how well it seemed to be recommended on Google, Yelp, and by friends. I… Continue reading Sugarfire’s Stalemate, Restaurant Review

Lighthouse Review

Written by Samantha Wolfe “Keeping secrets, are ye?” Since its premiere at Cannes Film Festival earlier this year, The Lighthouse has been generating conversation across film fans and critics alike. Coming four years after director Robert Eggers’ feature length debut, The Witch, his sophomore feature engulfs viewers in a time long forgotten, using excellent cinematography,… Continue reading Lighthouse Review

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