• Alex Watson Tremellen, Avenue Writer
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Steven Spielberg’s “The Post” serves as a timely reminder that the press must hold their government accountable no matter how much those in power wish to silence them. The film chronicles the paper’s pivotal decision to publish the infamous Pentagon Papers, a study of classified documents th…

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Three years ago, Dan Gilroy made his directorial debut with the critically-acclaimed film “Nightcrawler” in which Jake Gyllenhaal’s character roams the streets of Los Angeles filming grisly crime scenes and selling the footage to news stations.

  • Alex Watson Tremellen, Avenue Contributor
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After Tom Cruise’s recent performances in the Jack Reacher series and box office flop “The Mummy,” it seemed as if Cruise’s leading man persona was being boxed-in by established franchises.

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If you thought “Kingsman: The Secret Service” was outlandish enough, you’re in for quite a ride with the sequel. “Kick-Ass” director Matthew Vaughn returns for “Kingsman: The Golden Circle” and gets right to the action with a car chase through London with Prince’s “Let’s Go Crazy” blaring in…