Bare essentials of a family movie

February 14, 2018 0

Alexander Bershtein Staff Writer Paddington 2, directed by Paul King and written by Paul King and Simon Farnaby. This fantastical sequel almost feels self-reliant, despite a miniature intro to reference the previous backstory given by

‘Cars 3’ races past predecessor

August 1, 2017 0

Colin Vandenberg Staff Writer    In its 22-year history, Pixar Animation has made a name for itself as a studio that makes movies that parents can enjoy just as much as their kids—with one notable

Guardians sequel considered ‘a more ambitious story’

June 17, 2017 0

Colin Vandenberg Staff Writer  Three categories which have defined summer movies in recent years have been: big-budget blockbusters, sequels, and franchise films. The unofficial first film of the 2017 summer movie season simultaneously represents all

“Get Out” and stay out

March 4, 2017 0

Grant Pearsall Staff Writer The discussions that will surround “Get Out” are all-but inevitable. They will concern race in America– specifically the black, male experience in a society that both covets and loathes them equally.

Diagnosing Narrative Identity Disorder in “Split”

February 16, 2017 0

Grant Pearsall Staff Writer M. Night Shyamalan has built a teetering career on a predilection for narrative sucker-punches. His films are often closely linked to the internet’s ‘spoiler culture.’ A two hour film’s twist ending

“Fifty Shades” is heating up movie theaters

February 16, 2017 0

Lexi Ganas Staff Writer Fans have been waiting nearly two years for the second entry in the ‘Fifty Shades’ movie trilogy, and this weekend they finally got their wish. “Fifty Shades Darker” hit theaters on

Star Wars prequel spin-off crushes box office

February 9, 2017 0

Colin Vandenberg Staff Writer For those wondering, December’s “Rouge One: A Star Wars Story” is not a sequel to 2015’s smash-hit “Star Wars: The Force Awakens”. Instead, “Rogue One” takes place in the Star Wars

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