Monday, September 25th 2017

Guardians Of The Galaxy Part 2 Loses Essence of the First Film

Andrew Melese Staff Writer Funny and visually spectacular, much like the first film, “Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 2” gave me a pleasant evening out. It...

Episode 1: The Bone Orchard Proves That “American Gods” Is in Good Hands

Emmanuel Alcantar Staff Writer If you’re a fan of Bryan Fuller, I’m sure that like me, you’ve been missing “Hannibal” these days. Although that show isn’t coming...

VEEP Panel Reminds Us Why the Show Is Hilarious

Emmanuel Alcantar Staff Writer Last Saturday, the Carsey-Wolf Center screened two episodes from the fifth season (the first episode titled Morning After and the second titled...

No Dimensions To “The Circle”

Emmanuel Alcantar Staff Writer How did a movie with so many good elements fall apart so terribly? It has an all-star cast of amazing actors, writer-director...

“Free Fire” Will Blow You Away with Its Action and Humor

Jennica Martin Staff Writer At first glance, “Free Fire” seems like a typical shoot-em-up action thriller with over-the-top characters and witty one-liners. And it is. But...

Alcoholism and Masculinity Are the Real Monsters in “Colossal”

Emmanuel Alcantar Staff Writer Imagine: what if the demons from your past materialized and started destroying Seoul? “Colossal” is the story of Gloria, played by Anne...

“13 Reasons Why” Reminds Us to Proceed with Caution

Joanne Rhee Web Director For the past four years, Netflix has slowly and aggressively been rolling out its own original series, making them a decent competitor...

The Artistry of “Raging Bull” with Michael Westmore

Emmanuel Alcantar Staff Writer Last Thursday, the Carsey-Wolf Center brought “Raging Bull” to the Pollock Theater. The film is considered one of Martin Scorsese’s best, and...

Spotlighting Selections From the Actors For Autism 2016 Film Festival

Emmanuel Alcantar Staff Writer On Saturday, the Pollock Theater screened work done by artists on the autism spectrum whose films were highlighted at the Actors For...

Kelly Fremon Craig Talks Abrasive, Funny, and Honest “Edge of Seventeen”

Emmanuel Alcantar Staff Writer Last Thursday, the Pollock Theater screened the film “Edge of Seventeen,” which has received widespread critical praise and numerous accolades, including a...