What to watch on Netflix: The Global Edition

1. Remembrance (Die verlorene Zeit) – Germany Set in Nazi Germany, Remembrance is based on the true story of a Jewish woman, Hannah Sibberstein, and a Polish political prisoner, Tomasz Limanowski, who fall in love, then subsequently escape a German concentration camp. What makes this movie unique is its depiction of the couple’s life at […]

What to watch on Netflix: The Halloween Editon

It’s that time of the year again! No, not Christmas—All Hallow’s Eve is here. Whether you’re spending it partying in a costume that took you hours to put together, handing out candy, or spending it on your couch, Netflix has a perfect selection of TV shows and movies. It’ll get you in the spirit… and […]

Monthly Movie Review: Training Day

Directed By: Antoine Fuqua  Starring: Denzel Washington and Ethan Hawke This month we are going to have ourselves a double threat film. In honor of the Oscars taking place this month and to represent the fact that February is Black History month, I found a film that does justice for both. Well, sort of anyway. […]

Students weigh in on who deserves this year’s Best Picture at the Oscars

As the blistering cold winds churn around campus, across the country in Hollywood, the mildly warm heat is mingling with red carpets that are being rolled out and gowns and tuxedos that are being chosen as the kick off to award season has just begun. Behind the flashing lights of the paparazzi lenses and aside […]

Monthly Movie Reviews: King of California

Starring: Michael Douglas and Evan Rachel Wood Directed by: Mike Cahill If you are looking for a movie that will make you laugh, excite you and possibly make you cry (for all you manly men out there, don’t let that stop you from watching this movie), then stay tuned. In a world where frequent visits […]