Uproar Review

In 1981, the Springbok Tour took place in New Zealand, which caused protests and civil unrest for over a month. The Springbok Tour consisted of the South African rugby team, the Springboks, coming to New Zealand to play against various teams. Since the apartheid in South Africa mirrored what was going on in New Zealand,

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Frida Review

At the moment of this post, there are 16 documentaries, movies, and specials about Frida Kahlo. What makes the latest documentary, Frida, different is that director Carla Gutiérrez had access to hundreds of letters from Frida and uses the artist’s voice to tell her story. The final result is a fantastic look into, not only Frida’s

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Stopmotion Review

Many times we have seen movies where the artist lose their mind due to their art. In movies like Black Swan, Vincent & Theo, & Whiplash we see how far artists will go for their craft and as an audience, we are intrigued by the journey. In Stopmotion we are taking on the bizarre ride

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Dune 2 Review

George Lucas once said that he had to wait until the technology caught up to his imagination before returning to the Star Wars movies. I wonder if Frank Herbert were alive today how he would feel about this new iteration of Dune by Denis Villeneuve. Villeneuve has taken Herbert’s book to another level with his

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Navy Pier Spring Schedule

Friends, Navy Pier just announced their Spring schedule and there are a lot of great things happening! Check out their schedule and start planning your visit! Navy Pier today announced highlights of its spring 2024 programming, featuring a jam-packed roster of music, art, dance, cultural celebrations, sky-illuminating fireworks, and first-of-their-kind experiences. From the highly anticipated

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