Thursday, February 22, 2018

‘The Last Jedi’ is a bold, divisive Star Wars chapter

This review is spoiler-free.  Forget everything you thought you knew about Star Wars. Director Rian Johnson delivers a bold and unprecedented second chapter in the...

‘The Post’ stands as a tribute to press and gender equality

Millions of dollars in bribes, decades of deception, three presidencies and one big lie to the American public. Steven Spielberg’s The Post chronicles the...

VUTheatre kicks off new season with ‘Kid Simple: A Radio Drama...

Kid Simple blends technology and entertainment to create a unique audience experience

‘Suburbicon’ a disappointing bait-and-switch

With an all-star cast, first-rate writing by the Coen brothers and seasoned directorship by George Clooney, Suburbicon promised to be one of the year’s...

Vanderbilt Off-Broadway presents Green Day’s “American Idiot”

The show was performed Jan. 11, 13 and 14 despite backlash from the Vanderbilt theatre community over its angsty and politically charged content

‘Blade Runner 2049’ is a pulse-pounding, contemplative tour-de-force

Villeneuve’s film is bold and insightful, yet lacks the brevity necessary with such weight

‘Thor’ a thunderous success

Thor: Ragnarok brilliantly concludes the Asgardian trilogy, hitting each of the three key tenets of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) in stride: hilarious laughs,...

‘Phantom Thread’ tells one of the most striking and disturbing love...

Paul Thomas Anderson’s seventh film will go down as one of his best

College graduates to Hollywood executives: how Vanderbilt alumni made it onto...

Rich Hull As an undergraduate English major at Vanderbilt, Rich Hull never considered working in Hollywood. That changed the summer after graduation, when he left...

Nick Jonas lives out his childhood dream in ‘Jumanji: Welcome to...

When Nick Jonas was five years old, his father rented him the 1995 VCR tape Jumanji. He and his brothers, Kevin and Joe, watched...