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'A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night' Review: A Powerful (If Unintentional) Look At the Exploitation of Women

A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night, though its feminism may be unintentional, cannot exist without its focus on women reclaiming power. The movie is feminist by definition, even if Amirpour didn’t write it with that in mind. A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night is mesmerizing, poetic, and stunning, both for its portrayal of feminist ideas and its powerful story that is both horrific and subtly romantic at once.

Marisa Jones
Marisa Jones
September 27, 2021

MCU Films and How to Watch Them In Order

At this time, there are 29 films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe's epic multiverse of superheroes and villains. The MCU has become quite marvelous indeed, with Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings as the newest one. There are so many interwoven stories, themes, character arcs, timelines, and dimensions! In order to keep track of the MCU saga and figure out what to watch when, here’s a list of those that have come out -- as well as what's coming up! With links to the Incluvie movie - plus related articles and Incluvie scores.

Incluvie Writer
Incluvie Writer
September 11, 2021

Stand and Deliver - Los Angeles Academic Achievement Classic

Stand and Deliver is an inspirational classic from 1988 starring Edward James Olmos as Jaime Escalante, and his class of rag tag students in East Los Angeles. It’s the story of how a new teacher shows a motley group of students in the inner city with backgrounds as gang members, dishwashers, and mechanics — the power of self-determination. He teaches the teenagers to believe in themselves through algebra and calculus.

Incluvie Writer
Incluvie Writer
September 9, 2021