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Mark McCleerey

SIU Reviews

Mark McCleery is a doctoral candidate in the College of Mass Communication and Media Arts at Southern Illinois University-Carbondale. His movie critiques are a featured segment of SIU Reviews.

Mark’s area of study is focused on an intertextual analysis of George Clooney as filmmaker. His research interests include classical Hollywood film, romantic comedy, world cinema of the Cold War, and world history of the 1950s and 1960s.

Mark is a graduate of Indiana University-Bloomington and Indiana University-Indianapolis.

  • The 2013 sci-fi film The Host chronicles the plight of the human race as extraterrestrials attempt to assimilate Earth.Film critic Mark McCleerey takes a…
  • The 2013 psychological thriller Side Effects is about the ramifications resulting from a young woman being prescribed antidepressant drugs.Film critic…
  • The 2012 drama The Master tells the story of a naval veteran who arrives home from World War II to an uncertain future. He then falls under the spell of a…
  • If you're looking for a little action–adventure you might want to consider Walter Hill's 2013 Bullet to the Head.Sylvester Stallone leads the cast of the…
  • As part of our special Oscars preview, SIU Reviews takes a closer look at another film nominated for Best Picture.Film critic Mark McCleerey reviews ARGO,…
  • The British biopic Hyde Park on Hudson is currently in release… It’s the story of FDR and his relationship with Margaret Suckley, a distant cousin. The…