‘Cocaine Bear’ delivers exactly what it promises: an hour-and-a-half long look at the bloody mess left behind by a bear on a bender.
Saving the silver screen
“Last week I went to the movie theater for the first time in a while, and it reminded me of the power that they hold.”
“Turning Red:” Red-dy for representation
“Turning Red”’s Mei and her adventure caused a stir since its release. Photo courtesy of Disney-Pixar. OWEN MADRIGAL | STAFF REPORTER | email@example.com Pixar’s latest film “Turning Red” unleashed onto the world on March 11, 2022 with — just like a teenage girl transforming into a red panda — layers of impact. The animated feature…
Butler alumnus production company debuts new thriller “Sir Mel Haze”
After several years of planning and hard work, a Butler alumnus and his friend succeeded in producing a thriller film, which premiered on March 18th.
How the Sundance Film Festival came to Butler
The prestigious film festival has opened its gates, no longer hiding behind a large price tag. Available to everyone from home, some films begin their legacy now.
13 of the biggest movies left in 2021
Here are the top movies to check out before 2022.
Denis Villeneuve’s “Dune” adaptation hits theaters
Villeneuve’s breathtaking imagery makes Dune (2021) a stunning adaptation.
Students critique Broadway productions to movie adaptations
“Dear Evan Hansen” reveals how adapting large-scale theatre productions into movies increases accessibility but often leaves out the entire story and compromises the authentic theatre experience.
Upcoming “Shang-Chi” movie represents a big step for Marvel
The newest film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe fosters representation by being the first in the franchise to center an Asian superhero.
Disney drama: Mulan live-action remake review
The new Disney live-action remake of Mulan held high expectations but showed to be disappointing to many audiences and fans.