Film

Campus Life Center (CLC) construction worker Michigan Moses Goldsby likened his daily routine to going hunting — one of a few analogies he often makes about his life. “You [have to] be in a certain psychological space to endure that ...

Armed with a computer, a camera and the recently released computer program iMovie, Dan Costa (01B), a resident adviser (RA) in Longstreet-Means Hall, and his residents created a movie. Costa described the project as “the best thing that we had ...

A true story lost to time and the Amazonian jungle, The Lost City of Z, written and directed by James Gray, unearths a tale of obsession and adventure. The film, inspired by David Grann’s novel of the same name, centers ...

Beauty and the Beast (2017) is a tale as old as time, packed to its brim with Disney magic. As I walked into the theater, I had no idea I would be witnessing one of the best-executed remakes I had ...

Twenty years ago, Trainspotting captured audiences with a portrait of drugs and depravity in Edinburgh, Scotland, that was both brutal and intensely visceral. The film follows four maladjusted adolescents as they throw moderation to the wind and dive headfirst into ...

Politically charged horror films are a tricky balancing act: if you focus too heavily on the horror elements, you’ll lose the subtext you’re trying to project. Conversely, prioritizing politics can lead to a preachy film devoid of anything remotely terrifying. ...

What’s most remarkable about the Wolverine series is just how far it’s come since the first film. To say that X-Men Origins: Wolverine was disappointing would be a gross understatement, but The Wolverine was an improvement, transporting Wolverine to Japan ...

Reality has a way of subverting your expectations at the strangest moments, while at other times your intuition is so dead-on it’s laughable. Fifty Shades Darker is such an occasion. Unlike the way the movie treats the sexual predispositions of ...

While they may not fill our hearts with joy like pompous musicals or make us swoon like sappy romance movies, tragedies reveal our common flaws and convey, painfully so, moral lessons. The Salesman, written and directed by Iranian-born Asghar Farhadi, ...