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Joshua Terry is an award-winning film critic and photographer who has taught English composition for Weber State since 2016. He appeared on the KJZZ Movie Show from 2013-2016, and spent seven years as the weekly film critic for the Deseret News in Salt Lake City. With degrees in Mass Communication and American Studies, he has worked simultaneously in local media and academia for more than fifteen years.

Dani Hatch is a Film Studies major with a minor in Business Administration. She does most of her work independently, which is featured on her YouTube channel and her blog. She is passionate about collaborating with others  and she hopes to become a producer to professionally lead her own creative teams.

 

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Melancholy ‘IF’ may struggle to find its audience
Melancholy ‘IF’ may struggle to find its audience

IF (2 ½ stars out of 4) The best family movies usually find a way to appeal to both kids and the adults taking them to the theater. In the case of John Krasinski’s “IF,” you could almost make the argument that in this case, the movie’s primary audience is actually the...

‘Kingdom’ keeps the Apes franchise chugging along
‘Kingdom’ keeps the Apes franchise chugging along

Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes (3 stars out of 4) “Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes” is perfectly good B-list movie filler. It isn’t “turn off your brain” shlock, like a lot of recent franchise offerings, but it isn’t the kind of film that’s going to stick with...

Melancholy ‘IF’ may struggle to find its audience

IF (2 ½ stars out of 4) The best family movies usually find a way to appeal to both kids and the adults taking them to the theater. In the case of John Krasinski’s “IF,” you could almost make the argument that in this case, the movie’s primary audience is actually the...

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‘Kingdom’ keeps the Apes franchise chugging along

Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes (3 stars out of 4) “Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes” is perfectly good B-list movie filler. It isn’t “turn off your brain” shlock, like a lot of recent franchise offerings, but it isn’t the kind of film that’s going to stick with...

read more