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Rapid Fire Oscars Reviews: Bohemian Rhapsody & BlackkKlansman

March 1, 2019

To say the least, I crammed in a few Best Picture candidates in the last couple days leading up to the 91st Oscars. Among the movies were the popular Queen flick ¨Bohemian Rhapsody¨ and Spike Lee's return with ¨BlackkKlans...

Why James Harden Should Not Win the NBA MVP Award, again…

Nick Woodhouse, Junior Analyst

February 28, 2019

Houston Rockets star shooting guard, James Harden, has returned in an even grander fashion coming off his MVP campaign season last year. Harden averaged 30.4 PPG last season, a remarkable clip, and took his Rockets all the wa...

Woodhouse Oscar Picks 2019: Who Should/Will Win

Nick Woodhouse, Junior Analyst

February 22, 2019

Who Will/SHOULD WIN AT THE 91st Academy Awards   With the Oscars arriving Sunday, it is time for my annual Oscars picks. Last year I was 7/8 on my picks, curse you Guillermo Del Toro. This year I am switching it up a bit. ...

“A Star is Born” Review

Nick Woodhouse, Junior Analyst

February 7, 2019

Performing big at the October box office with a $42.9 million, Bradley Cooper’s directing debut in “Star Is Born” thrived in a usual down month for movies. The movie is a repeat of a similar storyline which is been replica...

“Vice”: Movie Review

Nick Woodhouse, Junior Analyst

January 24, 2019

“Vice”: Movie Review   Coming off his recent success with “The Big Short”, which took home the Oscar for best original screenplay, Adam McKay Christmas Day release “Vice” was assumed to make a boom come awards...

Why “The Favourite” Will Win Best Picture

Nick Woodhouse, Junior Analyst

January 22, 2019

After the 2015 release of dystopian drama “The Lobster”, Yorgos Lanthimos returns in epic fashion with “The Favourite”. This movie was insane *roll the commentary* If you read the online introduction to this movie you...

Review of The 78th Golden Globes

January 10, 2019

The 76th edition of the Golden Globes hosted by ex-SNL member Andy Samberg and comedian/actor Sandra Oh transpired on Sunday night in shocking fashion. Over the years, the Hollywood Foreign Press (who votes on the awards) has b...

Why Peter Farrelly’s “Green Book” is the Movie to Beat Come Awards Season

Nick Woodhouse

December 11, 2018

“Green book”, by Peter Farrelly, documents the true story of world-class piano player Dr. Don Shirley’s (Mahershala Ali) 1960 musical tour of the American South in which he’s escorted by New York Italian family-man Ton...

New AP Poll Has The Zags at #1

Nick Woodhouse, Junior Analyst

November 27, 2018

New AP Poll Has The Zags at #1   After a chaotic week of NCAA College Basketball, the weekly Associated Press Top 25 depicted the aftermath of early-season tournaments like the Maui Invitational, Battle 4 Atlantis, ...

College Basketball Preview: 2018 Opening Day State Farm Classic Pins Duke vs Kentucky

Nick Woodhouse, Junior Analyst

November 15, 2018

Since its inaugural year in 2011, in which it was held in Madison Square Garden, the State Farm Champions Classic has stood as an exceptional tip-off to a new season of NCAA College Basketball. The four teams that are always ...

Damien Chazelle’s Return With Neil Armstrong Biopic “First Man”

November 15, 2018

Coming off his last 2 films: Whiplash and La La Land-- director Damien Chazelle has proved himself to be an on-the-rise director in Hollywood. His new piece, “First Man”, echoes such a thought. “First Man” is bio-picture ...

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