Category: MSJ at the Movies

Nacho Libre: satirical or stereotypical?

In the 2006 film, Nacho Libre, Jack Black stars as a monk who follows his true dreams of becoming a professional wrestling star. The location of the story is set in Southern Mexico, and paints an interesting picture of Mexican culture. Made by Paramount Pictures and Nickelodeon Movies, […]

The Social Commentary of Black Panther

Officially passing Titanic in box office sales, Black Panther has become one of the biggest films of our generation, pushing boundaries and making new ground in superhero cinema. With a star-studded cast, a highly regarded soundtrack, and a relevant philosophical undertone all seamlessly stitched together, this film truly […]

No Spoilers! Stranger Things 2 Review

Put on some sweatpants, stock up on Eggos, and find a quiet corner to cozy up in for nine hours, because Stranger Things 2 is here, and it doesn’t disappoint. Despite the incredibly high bar set for it by the miraculous first season, the Duffer brothers came through with nine […]