Creating a film that operates more as a portrait than a linear sequence of events, ‘Song to Song’ is a compelling plot of love and life for the ages.
Though ‘Life’ does make audiences think about the larger implication of life beyond earth, it does suffer from some derivative horror tropes that one can see even from space.
The ‘White Rose’ exhibit in the Theology and Ministry Atrium Gallery documents student resistance to Hitler in Munich through stunning testimonials and harrowing pictures.
New Matt Damon movie ‘The Great Wall’ goes for a message of loyalty to one’s country or cause, but is blocked by the overuse of CGI and graphics.
‘Get Out’ doesn’t deliver on its promise of a more horrifying version of ‘Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner’
O’Neill Library’s ‘Righting Historical Wrongs’ exhibit at the Turn of the Millennium’ spotlights past, global injustices and encourages us to learn from history.
‘A United Kingdom’ contains a very interesting and compelling story, but it lacks pacing and the drive to entertain audiences.
In a thoughtful screening and panel, ‘An American Conscience’ reinforces the idea again and again that to reject ideas, on must first understand them.