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The Tragedy of Macbeth is Shakespearean film at its finest

‘The Tragedy of Macbeth’ is Shakespearean film at its finest

Brandon Sun Yechout, Assistant Arts and Life Editor January 17, 2022

Joel Coen’s “The Tragedy of Macbeth” is the most I’ve ever enjoyed “Macbeth.” Though it’s one of his most famous plays, Shakespeare’s “Macbeth” is actually my least favorite of his...

The 2022 Golden Globes explainer

The 2022 Golden Globes explainer

Lily Lowndes, Social Media Editor January 17, 2022

The 2022 Golden Globes were a depressing start to this year’s award cycle. Without a red carpet, a host or even a televised showing, the award show quietly came and went. Normally, an event like the...

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‘The Book of Boba Fett:’ A riveting story of the famed character

Alexandra Acain, Contributing Writer January 17, 2022

“The Book of Boba Fett” has proven to be a riveting show since its premiere on Dec. 29. Temuera Morrison and Ming-Na Wen reprise their respective roles from “The Mandalorian” as now crime lord...

HBO’s “Euphoria” brings in sophomore season the right way — a backstory and a booze-fueled party

Chinyere Ibeh, Music and Film Critic January 17, 2022

The second season of HBO’s “Euphoria” finally premiered on Jan. 9, and it didn’t disappoint. The first episode uses parallels and various lighting techniques to capture the various storylines that...

A reflection on Sidney Poitier

A reflection on Sidney Poitier

Salvador Salazar, Contributing Writer January 17, 2022

“They call me Mr. Tibbs!” To call this line iconic would be a major understatement. It is a line that is known even if the film in which it originally comes from is not. A line that far exceeded...

“Nightmare Alley” is a disturbing depiction of the dangers of greed

“Nightmare Alley” is a disturbing depiction of the dangers of greed

Nika Schoonover, Print Managing Editor January 9, 2022

Guillermo del Toro’s “Nightmare Alley” elevates the story’s visual elements, capitalizing on colorful carnival sets and the excess of the filthy rich, but falters in its depiction of the dangers...

Keanu Reeves as Thomas Anderson/Neo in Matrix Resurrections

‘The Matrix Resurrections’ is a serviceable, if derivative, sequel

Brandon Sun Yechout, Assistant Arts and Life Editor January 9, 2022

The Wachowskis’ original 1999 film “The Matrix” continues to be one of the most popular and hallowed sci-fi films of all time. Is its reputation deserved? It was certainly groundbreaking at the time...

“The Hating Game” adds a fun twist to the typical romantic comedy

“The Hating Game” adds a fun twist to the typical romantic comedy

January 9, 2022

Nothing creates mixed emotions quite like “The Hating Game” directed by Peter Hutchings. The new-age romantic comedy, released on Dec. 10, takes place in a turbulent work environment at a post-merger...

The entrance of the Hayao Miyazaki exhibition at the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures. No photos were allowed inside.

Miyazaki and Studio Ghibli honored at Academy Museum

Lily Lowndes, Social Media Editor January 9, 2022

Animator Hayao Miyazaki has cultivated a global fanbase over his more than 50-year career. His beloved animated films have inspired fans from around the world to visit the Ghibli Museum in Mitaka, Japan...

Spider-Man found a home in nostalgic marvel fans

“Spider-Man” found a home in nostalgic marvel fans

Amber Stoutenborough, Arts and Life Editor December 25, 2021

Swing into this article with caution, spoilers below. On opening weekend of Spider-Man No Way Home, the film has already made  over 700 million dollars in ticket sales and became the third-highest...

“Rocky IV: Rocky vs. Drago” enhances the beloved classic

“Rocky IV: Rocky vs. Drago” enhances the beloved classic

Nate Burleyson, Online Managing Editor November 14, 2021

Sylvester Stallone has answered a question that I’d never thought to ask: How do you make “Rocky IV” a better movie? Stallone’s 2020 project was a director's cut of “Rocky IV” entitled “Rocky...

Will Smith in King Richard.

‘King Richard’ highlights the importance of hard work and self-perseverance

Chinyere Ibeh, Music and Film Critic November 14, 2021

The light-hearted nature of “King Richard” will keep audiences laughing and enjoying a joyous family dynamic. The film begins with Will Smith’s exposition about the early life of Richard Williams,...

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