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Valentine’s Day Weekend Watchlist: Celebrate the season with these romantic comedies

(02/10/23 1:18pm)

With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, there has never been a better time to rediscover the best rom-coms the 21st century has to offer. From electric chemistry to iconic musical moments, these movies have it all. Whether you're watching with a significant other or close friends, these movies are sure to leave a smile on your face.



REVIEW: ‘The Fabelmans’ is a coming-of-age masterpiece about the magic of movie making

(12/08/22 1:00pm)

Steven Spielberg tells his remarkable origin story in the wonderfully wholesome and semi-autobiographical new movie “The Fabelmans.” The joyous film celebrates the art of filmmaking juxtaposed with the unique awkwardness of American adolescence. 


REVIEW: ‘Spoiler Alert’ is a moving portrait of a love story cut brief by tragedy

(12/07/22 1:00pm)

“Spoiler Alert” is a beautiful, heart-wrenching romance story about falling in love, finding a second family and living every day like it's your last. Based on Michael Ausiello’s beloved memoir “Spoiler Alert: The Hero Dies,” the film follows his 13-year relationship with Kit Cowan, a photographer who died of a rare form of neuroendocrine cancer in 2015.


Halloween Horror Weekend Watchlist: The best chills and thrills for your October

(10/19/22 1:00pm)

October brings cold weather, longer nights and pumpkin spice. More importantly, it's the perfect time to rediscover your favorite horror movies and check out forgotten gems. In honor of spooky season, The Eagle has compiled a list of the best horror movies to watch alone or in the company of your closest friends.  


REVIEW: ‘Bros’ is a hilariously heartfelt breakthrough for big-screen gay representation

(10/04/22 1:14pm)

“Bros” is the gay romantic comedy everyone has been waiting for. Finally, a mainstream, big-budget Hollywood romcom written for and by the community it represents. Billy Eichner’s hilarious and heartfelt movie genuinely understands the nuances of the gay dating world, and for once, it doesn’t sanitize the gay community or pander to heterosexual audiences.