Sydney ClarkAssociate Arts & Culture Editor With the original “Zombieland” coming out in 2009, fans of this comedic zombie apocalyptic movie have been waiting ten years for a sequel to finally come out. With all . . .
Shaun LucasAssociate News Editor “Joker,” directed by Todd Philips, released on October 4. The biggest compliment I can give to the film is I am disappointed that I can never view it for the first . . .
Kat Virula News Editor “IT: Chapter Two” released on September 6, 2019. While watching Chapter Two, I was amazed by the cinematography of the film and the ensemble cast, but I also witness numerous adjustments . . .
Sim Shah Associate Features Editor Sex, partying, jealousy, cheating, fights, and drama make for an eventful Freshman year in the film “After,” directed by Jenny Gage. The movie is based on a book series written . . .
Jared Hameloth News Editor The Lego Movie’s smash hit in 2014 showed a fantastic world portrayed through the mind of a small boy. It’s an exciting adventure of different characters finding out that they’re all . . .
John Lutz Staff Writer Ryan Coogler brought the attention and spotlight back onto Rocky Balboa in 2015 with his film Creed. I found that movie to be a thrilling and emotional sports drama about legacy . . .
John Lutz Staff Writer It’s been six years since the first Wreck-It Ralph hit theaters in November 2012, but we finally now have the long-awaited sequel. In my opinion, the original film is one of . . .
Colin Vandenberg Arts & Culture Copy Editor In 2016—following five years of false starts and behind-the-scenes troubles—the producers of the then newly titled Freddie Mercury biopic “Bohemian Rhapsody” hired Brian Singer (-Men,” “The Usual Suspects”) . . .
Josh Rittberg Arts and Culture Editor Alex Bershtein Staff Writer Currently, Bradley Cooper’s A Star is Born is the cinematic sensation causing theatres to fill up with with people and then emotion once the film . . .
Alexander Bershtein Staff Writer Writer/director Bo Burnham’s film debut with Eighth Grade is an entertaining, comedic and dramatic journey into the modern American middle-school system. It holds a hefty amount of commentary on realistic social . . .