Joe Finn Staff Writer If anyone has ever been a Marvel lover or has been following movies recently, you must of heard talk of the upcoming blockbuster, “Avengers: Infinity War.” One of the most anticipated . . .
Josh Rittberg Staff Writer Falsettos first opened on Broadway in 1992 where it was met with great acclaim for its intricate score by William Finn and it’s touching story of life and family. Now, Falsettos . . .
Colin Vandenberg Staff Writer “The Accountant” is a crime-drama starring Ben Affleck (“Batman V. Superman”, “Argo”) and directed by Gavin O’Connor (“Warrior”, “Miracle”). The film’s intriguing story, exciting action and strong performances are greatly . . .
Colin Vandenberg Staff Writer It’s basically impossible to talk about The Jungle Book—the latest live-action/CGI remake from Disney Pictures—without drawing some comparisons to the original 1967 animated classic. The remake tells beat-for-beat the same basic . . .
Zachariah Swope Staff Writer At 372 miles above the Earth there is nothing to carry sound, no air pressure, no oxygen. Life in space is impossible. This is how the new movie “Gravity” begins. Alfonso . . .
Christian Harding Staff Writer If you’re like me, then nothing is more simultaneously grating and unnerving than having to constantly hear about the supposed “Death of Film”–or at least what is currently being interpreted as . . .
Zachariah Swope Staff Writer “Don Jon” is the directorial debut of Joseph Gordon-Levitt. It is fairly modest and it is actually interesting. Joseph Gordon-Levitt even takes up acting duties in the film as well as . . .
Zachariah Swope Staff Writer Ron Howard has done many different genres in his directing career; comedy, sci-fi, thriller, and dramatic true stories. This time around he goes the route of a sports story, the first . . .
Katie Pryor Staff Writer When I went to see “Silver Linings Playbook” over winter break, it was hard to know what to expect. While I love Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence, the two main stars . . .
Dan Lancellotti Assoc. Arts & Culture Editor Time travel doesn’t exist yet, but it will in 30 years in the year 2072. Time travel is illegal, but organizations send people they want killed back in . . .