Movies

‘Call Me By Your Name’ feels like love

Coming-of-age is something that has always fascinated me, which may be why I was so affected by Luca Guadagnino's film "Call Me By Your Name."  

The Little Theatre showcases big voices

I went to the Little Theatre to see the new film, “The Florida Project”. “The Florida Project” is about a community of marginalized, lower-class people living in a motel just off Disney World property.

‘Justice League’ is ‘The Avengers’

Here’s what you need to know about “Justice League”: It’s a good time. Hooray. It’s also “The Avengers.”

Not Vanilla: Bigger the universe, bigger the buck

Since the “Iron Man” back in 2008, the concept of an expanded movie universe has become a household idea, even if most people don’t know the technical word for it.

Raoul Peck talks back

Following the screening of his documentary "I Am Not Your Negro", Peck took a few minutes to speak before he took questions from the crowd.

You’re right about ‘Mother!’

More than anything, though, “Mother!” is about the ways in which an audience takes ownership of art, rendering the artist obsolete.

‘IT’ delivers, fails to frighten

Originally a novel published by Stephen King, Warner Bros. manages to produce a good film on more than just the writer’s brilliance and a popular storyline.

Not Vanilla: To boldly go…

The original “Star Trek” series was revolutionary — it strived to embody the concept that all life is precious and worth saving, transcended politics, and mirrored real-world issues in the show.

One star movie inspires five star thoughts

I open up Netflix on my laptop. It is time to get stupid.

Spring porno plays Trump card

What topic has gotten more attention over the past year than the election of Donald J. Trump?