Movies

A film that will make you regret that steak

Sexism, racism, and ageism are familiar concepts to many at UR. But one group wants to talk more about another…

Senior Patak’s study abroad film selected as festival finalist

Armed with an affinity for video editing and a DSLR camera “indefinitely” stolen from his family and strapped to his…

Screenwriter and TV Composer talk making movies in Morey

“It begins with a script, and it ends with putting the music to it.” This was how screenwriter John Richards…

Should Wakanda share its Vibranium? Just ask UR Debate Union

Ethics, racism, colonialism, and culture shock were all discussed by UR Debate Union through the scope of the hit Marvel…

‘The Room’: Profoundly awful, awfully profound

One of the most compellingly amusing phenomena of our ironic age is the rise of the “so-bad-it’s-good” movie. Genuinely terrible…

Pedestrian Drive-In combines nostalgia and a queasy romance

On Thursday, the Pedestrian Drive-In screened “Phantom Thread” as part of the Rochester Fringe Festival. The Pedestrian Drive-In was familiarly…

Cinema classics new again at the Dryden Theater

The Dryden Theater, the in-house cinema of the George Eastman Museum, specializes in presenting movies, old and new, in the…

CT Recommends: the satire of Armando Iannucci

Nobody’s quite sure what links terror and comedy, but most people know that the link exists. After all, what are…

What Netflix’s ‘Ghoul’ tells us about the future of film

Despite its marketing material, Netflix’s new miniseries “Ghoul” is not horror. It is, however, everything else. Where do I start…

Our favorite summer flicks

The summer of 2018 contained many memorable movie releases. We picked a few favorites. 'Incredibles 2' Legendary animation director Brad…