2020 Oscars Recap & Reactions | Column from the Editor

With the 92nd Academy Awards announced Sunday, here are my reactions, commentary and analysis of the awards: Best Picture Winner: Parasite I’m sure “Parasite” deserves this, but I generally don’t like the Best Picture category because it’s too broad. That being said, “Parasite”’s upset story will be one that will be remembered as the highlight of the night.  Actor in a Leading Role Winner: Joaquin … Continue reading 2020 Oscars Recap & Reactions | Column from the Editor

InReview's 2020 Oscar Predictions | Staff Picks

As the 92nd Academy Awards will be underway Sunday, the staff of InReview decided to release their full picks: Darnell’s picks: Why: These are the movies/actors that I felt represented the best of the candidates. “1917” for sound since it had managed to work the bombastic nature of WW1 especially with its editing style. Phoenix as the Joker exceeded my expectations but I think overall … Continue reading InReview's 2020 Oscar Predictions | Staff Picks

The Star Wars Prequels Have Been Forgiven Because They Are Memeable and Original | Column From the Editor

I’ve read a few articles written by entertainment reporters, internet pundits, and film critics trying to put into words why people have forgiven the Star Wars prequels, specifically from the fringes of the millennial generation and the oldest members of generation Z who grew up the films. The most recent such article comes via Screenrant, which tries to decode why Star Wars fans have forgiven … Continue reading The Star Wars Prequels Have Been Forgiven Because They Are Memeable and Original | Column From the Editor

Doctor Ruth is Absolutely Fine: “Doctor Who” Series 12, Episode 5: Fugitive of The Judoon Commentary | Column from the Editor

Over the past few days, I had some catching up to do, as until last week, I hadn’t finished Doctor Who Series 11. I just couldn’t be bothered, as every time I tried to finish it, something more interesting would make its way to Netflix or Amazon. But with both the return of fan-favorite Captain Jack Harkness (John Barrowman) and a new, secret incarnation of … Continue reading Doctor Ruth is Absolutely Fine: “Doctor Who” Series 12, Episode 5: Fugitive of The Judoon Commentary | Column from the Editor

EW, Rotten Tomatoes Dead Wrong Again: "The Witcher" among Netflix's best | Column from the Editor

On Dec. 20, 2019, Netflix released season one of the long-awaited live action adaptation of “The Witcher,” starring “Man of Steel” actor Henry Cavill, drawing confused screeches from critics and praise from viewers. Some have even called it a proper replacement for “Game of Thrones” in all but scale and budget. Season 1 has a 66 percent score on Rotten Tomatoes, with a 92 percent … Continue reading EW, Rotten Tomatoes Dead Wrong Again: "The Witcher" among Netflix's best | Column from the Editor

Best of the 2010s in Gaming | The Revvies Awards: Decade Edition

With the 2010s now long behind us, the writers and editors of InReview picked the best of the decade in gaming, in this special Decade Edition of The Revvies Awards! Game of the Decade And the Revvie goes to … Dying Light Dying Light was an amazing game. It was built by a small studio, Techland, who continually supported, and even continue to support, the … Continue reading Best of the 2010s in Gaming | The Revvies Awards: Decade Edition

The First Annual Revvies: Best of the Year in Gaming | 2019 InReview Site Awards

InReview is pleased to continue its first annual Revvie site awards, with the best 2019 had to offer in terms of gaming. Please note that while some games on this list initially came out beforehand, all winners initially published in other years received significant updates and expansions in 2019. Without further ado, here is the best of 2019 in gaming, selected by InReview’s writers and … Continue reading The First Annual Revvies: Best of the Year in Gaming | 2019 InReview Site Awards

Best of the 2010s in Film | The Revvies Awards: Decade Edition

With the 2010s behind us, InReview has compiled a special edition of the Revvies to celebrate the best of the 2010s in film. Film Soundtrack of the Decade Nominees: A Star Is Born A Ghost Story Frozen The Force Awakens Mad Max: Fury Road And the Revvie goes to … A Star Is Born “A Star Is Born”‘s soundtrack, performed primarily by Bradley Cooper and … Continue reading Best of the 2010s in Film | The Revvies Awards: Decade Edition

Ranking All 9 Star Wars Episodes | Column from the Critic

Whether you loved it or hated it, “The Rise of Skywalker” might be impactful as “The Empire Strikes Back,” “The Phantom Menace,” or even the original “Star Wars.” One story, stretching nine movies and five decades, has come to an end. And with that, I decided to look back at how I rank the Skywalker Saga. Now for this list, I’m only going to be … Continue reading Ranking All 9 Star Wars Episodes | Column from the Critic

The First Annual Revvies: Best of the Year in Film | 2019 InReview Site Awards

2019 was a turbulent year in film, both on the large and small screens. Streaming giants like Netflix and Amazon Prime Video established themselves with more quality breakout works than ever before, while the year saw the end of an era with the release of the final installments of blockbuster franchises with the closing chapter of the Star Wars sequel trilogy and Marvel’s Infinity Saga. … Continue reading The First Annual Revvies: Best of the Year in Film | 2019 InReview Site Awards