Movies

Predicting Tuesday’s Oscar nominations

Who’s going to be nominated for Academy Awards on Tuesday? Well, despite a seemingly endless season of speculation, no one really knows.

CT Recommends: ‘The Babadook’

It’s a story about grief and depression—two subjects rarely talked about in mainstream media, and even more rarely talked about correctly.

CT Recommends: “Snowpiercer”

“Snowpiercer,” a 2013 Korean production starring Chris Evans, raised some eyebrows—for all the right reasons.

‘Harry Potter’ play dives into the series’ past

The play finds its characters struggling with the past.

Captain America is mediocre, inconsequential

The film, unfortunately, makes the same mistakes that “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” made just over a month ago.

Batman and Superman fight, and the audience loses

Contrary to popular belief, “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” is not a bad movie. In fact, it, at times, excels and revels in some truly awe-inspiring scenes that bring mythological depth to the titular characters of the film—a feat that not even some critically-acclaimed Marvel movies can claim.

New ‘Cloverfield’ redefines the sequel

Michelle and her self-styled savior, Howard Stambler, played by Mary Elizabeth Winstead and John Goodman, respectively, engage in a game of deception and secrecy with deadly consequences.

2016 Oscar Predictions: Few upsets expected

Finally, after one of the most unpredictable and controversial awards seasons in history, the Academy Awards are upon us.

Oscar series: ‘The Big Short’ stands tall

“The Big Short,” Adam McKay’s first foray into the dramatic, tells the story of the market crash of 2007/2008.

‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ blazes ahead

“Fury Road” could be described with about equal accuracy as a reboot and as a continuation of the saga.