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Bergman Retrospective Concludes at Film Forum

Bergman Retrospective Concludes at Film Forum

March 21, 2018

By Ryan Di Corpo Ingmar Bergman did not like awards, at least not for his films. Upon his 1960 Academy Award nomination for Best Original Screenplay, the lionized filmmaker and professional genius informed the Acade...

Rob Cohen Discusses The Hurricane Heist

Rob Cohen Discusses The Hurricane Heist

March 14, 2018

By Ryan Di Corpo Rob Cohen, director of the newly-released film The Hurricane Heist, deserves your gratitude. Most known for originating the multi-film, multi-million dollar The Fast and Furious fran...

Oscars Recap: The Shape of Water Shines

Oscars Recap: The Shape of Water Shines

March 14, 2018

By Shelby Daniels Celebrating its 90th year, the Academy Awards had more than just presenting flubs to worry about for this year’s show. Hoping to recover from last year’s tense Moonlight and La...

Netflix’s “Sense8” Demonstrates Characters’ Diversity

Netflix’s “Sense8” Demonstrates Characters’ Diversity

March 14, 2018

By Colette Nolan When I first saw trailers for Netflix’s original show “Sense8,” I figured it wasn’t going to be something I’d really enjoy. However, once I finally got around to watching it, ...

Questioning History with The Lost Tapes: Malcolm X

Questioning History with The Lost Tapes: Malcolm X

February 28, 2018

By Isha Khawaja Malcolm X’s legacy was celebrated in the heart of Harlem. On Feb. 21 the Smithsonian Channel and The National Black Theatre hosted a private premiere of The Lost Tapes: Malcolm X. T...

Black Panther Rises Above Superhero Convention

Black Panther Rises Above Superhero Convention

February 28, 2018

By Matthew Dillon The newest and possibly most anticipated addition to the “Marvel Cinematic Universe,” Black Panther has managed to stick out in an overcrowded genre. Even as Marvel, as well as DC, seems ...

The Force Falters in Star Wars: The Last Jedi

The Force Falters in Star Wars: The Last Jedi

January 24, 2018

By Matthew Dillon   While not quite as incompetent or lifeless as the dark depths of the mid-2000s prequel trilogy, The Last Jedi does not live up to standards of the timeless Star Wars franchise. Taking place after 2015...

Politics and Performance Prevail at SAG Awards

Politics and Performance Prevail at SAG Awards

January 24, 2018

By Ryan Di Corpo The 24th Annual Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards, which aired this past Sunday on TNT and TBS, sustained the political tone that has marked the 2018 awards season thus far. The awards, held...

In Wonder, Friendship Is More Than Skin Deep

In Wonder, Friendship Is More Than Skin Deep

November 29, 2017

By Elizabeth Smislova If you did not like John Green’s sob-story The Fault in Our Stars, then Wonder is probably not for you. However, if you enjoy watching moving, heartwarming stories about the enduring love of human relations...

Thor: Ragnorak Is a Hilarious Superhero Adventure

Thor: Ragnorak Is a Hilarious Superhero Adventure

November 15, 2017

By Greg Mysogland None of the leading characters of the vast Marvel Cinematic Universe needed a makeover more than Thor. Chris Hemsworth has always done fine work as the Marvel superhero version of the norse “God of T...

Alternative Horror Films to Watch This Halloween

Alternative Horror Films to Watch This Halloween

October 25, 2017

By Matthew Dillon As the days get shorter and the nights get colder this October, there is no better activity to get in the spirit of the season than watching a Halloween classic. If you are looking for an alternative to...

Kingsman: The Golden Circle, A Fine Film

Kingsman: The Golden Circle, A Fine Film

September 26, 2017

By Matthew Dillion Kingsman: The Golden Circle follows the continued exploits of British youth Harry Hart, a member of the secretive Kingsman spy organization. A series of events forces him and the rest of the organiza...

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