“Sound of Metal”: A cadence to remember

By: Collin Frazier frazierc@findlay.edu @Collin_53 Well-designed sound, a rockin’ lead role, and a look into the Deaf community With the 93rd Academy Awards right around the corner, different films have the chance to claim the ultimate prize: Best Picture. Among those include “Sound of Metal”, streaming now on Prime Video. While the title may make you think that this is dedicated to music,...

“WandaVision” Series Finale: Going off-air on a somewhat sour note

By: Collin Frazier frazierc@findlay.edu @Collin_53 “WandaVision” finale sets up the future, albeit a bit rushed A few weeks ago, I did a review for the first half of “WandaVision.” I was excited to see where the series went after the first few episodes. I realized that much of the future of the MCU weighed on the rest of the series, so I was interested to see what the show would do to do...

“Nomadland”: A trip through Western America

By: Collin Frazier frazierc@findlay.edu @Collin_53 Frances McDormand guides this authentic journey through America I really like movies, to say the least. And with most films that I enjoy, there is a driving plot that makes you want to watch until the end. Be it saving the world, a main character redeeming themselves, or stopping the bad guy from winning, they tend to be the driving force behind...

“Judas and the Black Messiah”: A reminder that history repeats itself

By: Collin Frazier frazierc@findlay.edu @Collin_53 Incredible performances, great writing, and important messages galore in this recently released film We are always told in our school history classes that the reason we learn history is because it serves as a means to prevent things from happening. I am here to tell you that in order for that to be true, the whole story must be shown. “Judas...

A new era of “WandaVision”

By: Collin Frazier frazierc@findlay.edu @Collin_53 Put on your goggles: The MCU makes its grand return with “WandaVision" With the last Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) picture being released back in July 2019 with “Spiderman: Far From Home.” Needless to say, I’ve been patiently waiting for the MCU to finally make its return to home media, which would’ve been sooner if it wasn’t for a...

IT Chapter 2 floats, but not as much as the first one

    By: Dylan Frazier Email: frazierd@findlay.edu Twitter: @dylanfrazier44   The much anticipated, IT Chapter 2, came out last Friday and is getting some mixed reactions. Some say it drags and isn’t nearly as scary as its predecessor (it wasn’t), others appreciate how well it stayed true to the book. With its nearly three-hour runtime, it definetly feels long at times but a...

Angel has Fallen, But has the Franchise?

      By: Dylan Frazier, Pulse Editor Email: frazierd@findlay.edu Twitter: @dylanfrazier44   Sometimes it’s nice just to turn you brain off when watching a movie and just enjoy it for what it is. That’s exactly what Angel has Fallen is; you don’t have to really pay attention to anything other than the action. The story is virtually the same as the first two; someone...

Not Just a Normal Game of Hide n’ Seek

By: Dylan Frazier, Pulse Editor Email: frazierd@findlay.edu Twitter: @dylanfrazier44   When you think of Hide and Seek, you think of the harmless game of finding someone. People of all ages  can play this game and have a ton of fun. But imagine playing it or it’s your life, doesn’t sound fun right? While it may take that harmless game and turn it into a devilish game, where you die...

Good Boys is a Good One

By: Dylan Frazier Email: frazierd@findlay.edu Twitter: @dylanfrazier44 From the minds that brought you Superbad and Neighbors,Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg’s latest project, Good Boys, follows three childhood friends on their journey to their first middle school party. With a lot of charm and several hilarious moments, Rogen and Goldberg have done it again with their latest film.   The...

Everybody’s Gotta Hungry Heart

      By: Dylan Frazier Email: frazier@findlay.edu Twitter: @dylanfrazier44   In an era of reboots and sequels, it is nice to see an original concept work in a film. While it may be based on a book, Blinded by the Light, does an excellent job tackling racism, family dynamics, and finding out what you really want to do with your life. It may be a bit corny at times, but it...