Our Guest Writers join us to review the 2018 cinematic experience one last time.
Although each member of the Midwest Film Journal is encouraged to publish an individual Year in Review, we thought that the structure of a traditional list or top 10 alone was limiting.… continue
Mitch Ringenberg's 10 favorite films of 2018.
Nick takes a look back at the highlights, and some lowlights, of 2018.
This tired satire preaches to the choir.
The first "Transformers" movie to feature actual characters and patient direction.
Evan looks back at 12 months worth of meaningful movies.
This "A Quiet Place" inversion skips right past blind and heads straight to dumb.
Exceedingly strange and inconsistent, but not without its strengths.
Both an experience to be endured and the best-case scenario for an Aquaman movie.
Evil, disingenuous garbage that makes a mockery of America's opioid crisis.
Practically perfect in every way? Depends on your level of Poppins nostalgia.
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