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The best cinematic graduation scenes

Maddey Martin, Contributing Writer June 7, 2021

Graduating college may seem like a daunting time — you’re about to go out into the “real world” and, God willing, actually use your degree. To distract you from impending adulthood, here’s a...

Franz Rogowski and Paula Beer in “Undine,” which premiered at the Berlinale Film Festival in 2020. The film is a modern version of the classic European myth of the same name.

Stellar lead performances take ‘Undine’ to romance heights

Lauren Coates, Staff Writer June 6, 2021

Just over a year after the film had its world premiere at the Berlinale Film Festival, Christian Petzold’s tragic romance “Undine” is finally available for streaming in the United States - and at...

This image provided by HBO Max shows Matt LeBlanc, from left, Matthew Perry,  Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox and Lisa Kudrow in a scene from the

REVIEW: ‘Friends: The Reunion’ fails to address the show’s history with racist, homophobic comments

Lawrence Kreymer, Sports Editor May 31, 2021

We all like to remember the best moments of our lives. We all like to come back to those moments years later to recall those events. It can become easy to remember all the good.  It’s also easy to...

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Why don’t we like prequels?

Sofia Leal, Contributing Writer May 31, 2021

Last week, Warner Bros. announced that actor Timothee Chalamet will play Willy Wonka in the upcoming origin film “Wonka,” which pulls from Roald Dahl’s original story “Charlie and the Chocolate...

P!nk performs on Funhouse Tour.

REVIEW: P!nk juggles motherhood, stardom in “All I Know So Far”

Lauren Coates, Staff Writer May 23, 2021

The latest of several Amazon-produced musical documentaries, “All I Know So Far'' follows two weeks in the life of pop superstar P!nk as she prepares for a high-stakes pair of concerts at England’s...

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The 2021 Movie Slate is One for the History Books

Nate Burleyson, Arts & Life Editor May 23, 2021

The great comedian Hannibal Burress once said in 2013 that Hollywood needed to stop making movies so that he could catch up on the one’s he missed. Who would have thought something like that would happen...

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REVIEW: New ‘Star Wars’ animated spin-off ‘The Bad Batch’ just misses being bad

Maddey Martin, Contributing Writer May 16, 2021

“Star Wars: The Bad Batch” isn’t a bad TV show. It’s hard to be in a post-“Mandalorian” world where every “Star Wars” property now lives in its shadow. And “The Bad Batch” isn’t quite...

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REVIEW: ‘High School Musical: The Musical: The Series’ sticks to the status quo in season 2 premiere

Lauren Coates, Staff Writer May 16, 2021

With a loyal fan base holding over from season one, a starlet with three hit singles and a Saturday Night Live performance, along with a new appearance from Derek Hough, the stars have seemingly aligned...

FILE - Signage promoting the 77th annual Golden Globe Awards and NBC appears in Beverly Hills, Calif. on Jan. 5, 2020. NBC said Monday that will not air the Golden Globes in 2022. (Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP, File)

NBC to pull Golden Globes in 2022 over concerns of ethics and diversity

Hayley DeSilva, Staff Writer May 16, 2021

The Golden Globes will take a year off in 2022 due to ethical concerns and a lack of racial diversity on its voting panel.   NBC, the network that airs the awards show, announced earlier this month...

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REVIEW: ‘Invincible’ is not just about superheroes, but the vulnerability of humanity

Rebecca Meluch, News Editor May 16, 2021

Amazon Prime has done a great job of premiering shows that make me hate superheroes.  I am by no means a comic book expert –– I just like movies. I’ve seen all of the Marvel movies plenty of...

 Ty Yamamoto, DePaul alumni and filmmaker who’s short experimental film “Face Me” released at the CineYouth festival.

DePaul alum’s ‘Face Me’ a call to action directed at Hollywood casting

Lily Lowndes, Contributing Writer May 9, 2021

“Face Me” is an experimental film created and directed by DePaul alum Ty Yamamoto. The film uses a montage of projected visuals to explore Hollywood’s dark history of casting non-Asian actors to...

FILE - The currently closed AMC Burbank 16 movie theatres complex is pictured on April 29, 2020, in Burbank, Calif. After several false starts, the film industry is hoping to bring new releases back into movie theaters in late August. But for blockbusters, it may mean rethinking opening weekend and returning to a more gradual rollout through international and U.S. territories. Gone for now are the days of massive global openings. And theater owners say if they don't get new films soon, they may not make it to 2021. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello, File)

Movie theatres look to bounce back after drastic 2020

Bailey Donovan, Contributing Writer May 9, 2021

Buttery popcorn, dimmed lights and supposedly silenced cell phones: These are all key elements of the movie theater experience, and trying to recreate the experience at home just doesn’t compare, no...

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