Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Wind River (2017) Review

A heartfelt murder mystery, Wind River combines unprecedented heart with gritty conflict.

‘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...

‘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,...

Q&A with Mutemath’s lead singer Paul Meany

Mutemath's Ryman debut is sure to be anything but quiet

‘Justice League’ is a brooding, half-baked monster mash

Just when you thought the Man of Steel was dead and the Bat of Gotham had flown the coop, your favorite band of heroes...

‘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

Vandy Fems presents Women in Comedy

Vandy Fems’ Women in Comedy event on Nov. 8 began with a picture and a question, “for $20, can you name five of these...

‘Murder on the Orient Express’ an engaging melodrama

A group of strangers onboard a passenger train suddenly become embroiled in a high-stakes murder investigation. Adapted from Agatha Christie’s 1934 novel, Murder...

‘Marshall’ touts both rhythm and blues

Before he became the nation’s first African-American Supreme Court Justice or won Brown v. Board of Education, Thurgood Marshall earned his stripes as a...

The Sleeping Beauty hits the stage

The Nashville Ballet takes on one of ballet’s most timeless and challenging performances