Monday, January 21, 2019

Tag: movies

‘Bandersnatch’ offers an incredibly fun and unique experience

Bandersnatch is the next installment of the beloved dystopian Netflix series Black Mirror. Announced only weeks before its release, this one-episode special...

Adam McKay unleashes ‘Vice’

Vice, released on Christmas Day, is a scathing review of an era that director Adam McKay might label as Dick Cheney’s reign...

‘The Grinch’: He’s mean, green, back and better than ever

Hide your holly and protect your presents because the Grinch is back, and he’s out to steal Christmas from every Who in...

‘Beautiful Boy’: an emotionally stunning Best Picture contender

Felix van Groeningen’s Beautiful Boy accomplished exactly what it set out to: to give the viewer a sense of the rollercoaster ride that is...

‘First Man’ offers a genuine and entertaining biopic on Neil Armstrong

History only provides us with faces and names. There are countless books and research written on these individuals but unless you actively pursue these...

‘Colette’ gives a respectable tribute to the historical legend

Sidonie-Gabrielle Colette, known publicly as “Colette,” was a French novelist writing in the early twentieth century. At 20, she married writer Henri “Willy” Gauthier-Villas,...

‘Mandy’ gives one of the most unique horror experiences in years

I don’t know where to begin with Mandy. I could start with Nicolas Cage’s ludicrous performance. I could start with Jóhann Jóhannson’s drone metal...

‘A Greater Society’ aims to inspire a new generation of activists

Stacy Goldate (‘94) is no stranger to Wynmoor, a retirement community in South Florida where she regularly visited her grandmother growing up. While she...

Ethan Hawke creates a heartwarming directorial debut with ‘Blaze’

Like the artist it’s based upon, I had never even heard of Blaze until a few weeks ago. It wasn’t until I read the...

‘Crazy Rich Asians’: the age-old rom-com formula with an Asian twist

Far from the perfect movie – but the perfect wake up call.