Daniela Saffran, Rollins College
Here is a list of some of the best films for our demographic, perfect to relieve you of end-of-semester stress.
Fatima Sani, Rollins College
The actor continues to make a splash in the genre despite often being labeled as the ‘worst’ Chris by social media.
Kieran Benson, Luther College
In the final installment of the romantic-comedy movie series, Lara Jean Covey’s optimistic spirit is refreshing for those who are unlucky in love.
Emily Jewett, University of San Diego
The movie, based on the book of the same name, falls short of the unsettling themes its predecessor succeeds at. Its failure results in a film that doesn’t know what it is.
The sequel to the 2006 film has many outrageous scenes, but they’re lined with satire and criticism of today’s America.
Olivia Moosey, DePaul University
The new movie on Disney+ shows that you can accomplish anything no matter the challenges.
Olivia Dimond, Bates College
Strong lead performances from Kumail Nanjiani and Issa Rae make up for the weaknesses in this rom-com murder caper’s script.
Matthew Robison, University of South Florida
The deft reworking of his criminal origin narrative yields total tragedy.
Rian Johnson’s latest film uses an unconventional whodunnit to look at contemporary issues.
Caroline Forrey, Miami University, Ohio
After 10 years, the gang is back and better than ever … kinda.
Madison Feser, Seton Hall University
Jennifer Kent’s film is unrelenting in its graphic depictions of savage brutality, but its meticulous attention to historical detail weaves a colonial story unlike any other.
Ashlyn Leigh Willis, University of North Alabama
The film is first-rate political cinema.
Rebecca Crosby, American University
‘Call Me By Your Name’ is bringing the topic of sexuality to the film industry in a new, beautiful way.
Alida Siebken, Radford University
Spoiler alert: novice movie critique ahead. Was Netflix’s original movie a flop as anticipated?
Christian Zeitler, Carnegie Mellon
Unlike most films, the latest work from Steven Soderbergh undersold and over-delivered.
Abbey Slattery, Northwestern College
$10 a month for a movie a day? Sign me up.
Keegan Fornoff, Southeast Missouri State University
You might not have even realized that he made a cameo in some of these films.
Ben Seidel, St. Olaf College
It’s your move, Marvel.
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