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“Everything Everywhere All at Once” lives up to its title

“Everything Everywhere All at Once” lives up to its title

A masterpiece about nihilism, generational trauma, and … googly-eyes?
Om Dighe, Opinion Columnist April 28, 2022

“Everything Everywhere All at Once” is a science-fiction action-comedy from Daniels, a filmmaking collective consisting of Dan Kwan and Daniel Scheinert. The film stars Michelle Yeoh (“Crouching...

From vampires to bats: “The Batman” review

From vampires to bats: “The Batman” review

Pattinson’s performance as the caped crusader sparkles on the silver screen
Om Dighe, Arts Columnist March 24, 2022

After years of anticipation, “The Batman” is finally here. The film follows the titular Caped Crusader (Robert Pattinson, “The Lighthouse”) who, after two years of fighting crime in Gotham City,...

Titane: Creatively macabre, darkly funny and surprisingly moving

Titane: “Creatively macabre, darkly funny and surprisingly moving”

Om Dighe, Opinion Columnist November 18, 2021

"Titane" is the latest body horror film from French director Julia Ducournau. It premiered at this year's Cannes Film Festival and won the Palme d'Or, the most prestigious award of the festival (previous...

Dune expertly blends cinematography and sound

Dune expertly blends cinematography and sound

Om Dighe, Opinion Columnist November 11, 2021

“Dune: Part One” is the latest film from Denis Villeneuve, the filmmaker behind “Blade Runner 2049,” “Arrival” and “Incendies.” The first half of Villeneuve’s two-part adaptation of Frank...

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“The Call of the Wild”: Best reserved for free viewing

Evan Engelhaupt March 26, 2020

Illustration by Andrea NebhutWhen I sat down to watch "The Call of the Wild," I had almost no idea what the movie was about. I knew only three things it had: a dog, Harrison Ford and a lot of CGI. And...

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The film of the decade is one from the stars

Evan Engelhaupt November 21, 2019

illustration by Andrea Nebhut It seems people are always complaining about how Hollywood has gotten dry and that the era of great movies is long gone. While that sentiment has certainly been valid at...

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“El Camino”: An Epilogue Worth the Wait

Evan Engelhaupt October 31, 2019

illustration by Andrea NebhutWhen Vince Gilligan’s hit series “Breaking Bad” released back in 2008, no one could have predicted the success and notoriety it would reach by the time its...

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Beyond the Plot: Ad Astra Movie Review

Evan Engelhaupt October 3, 2019

Illustration by Andrea NebhutIn the era of endless comic book movies, book adaptions and sequels, it is always nice for a blockbuster movie that stands entirely alone, especially when it is a thought-provoking...

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“IT Chapter 2” pales in comparison to the original

Austin Davidson September 9, 2019

Illustration by Andrea NebhutIt has to be said that this article will be filled with spoilers for “IT Chapter 2.” I’ll begin with a big one: It is in no way as good as the first one. The...

What I saw this summer

Austin Davidson August 22, 2019

Illustration by Andrea NebhutOver the summer, I made up for all the movies I didn’t see during the fall and spring semesters of my junior year and watched them all in a span of roughly six weeks....

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No Sophomore slump for “Us”

Austin Davidson April 4, 2019

Illustration by Andrea NebhutBy now, someone in your life has told you about a little movie called “Us,” directed by Jordan Peele and starring Lupita Nyong’o and Winston Duke. They might...

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“Aquaman” holds no water to “Moana”

Elise Hester January 22, 2019

”Aquaman” made a billion dollars — staggering, especially considering that “Aquaman” is not a good movie. There were several contradictions to “Justice League,”...

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