In this week’s film podcast installment, Collegian podcasters Nick Derian and Marissa Zaritsky review the film “The Patience Stone.”
One of James Gandolfini’s films is a movie rich in his classic style and one not to be missed
“Rush” takes its viewers through a visceral experience in the high-saturation of 1970’s cinema.
Despite an exciting premise, the plot leaves audiences confused.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt gives a new twist to romantic comedies in “Don Jon”.
Theater and film are different forms of art, but are related in a number of ways.
The third installment of the Cornetto Trilogy does not fail to entertain and keep audiences excited and laughing
The characters of “Austenland” bring a group of lovable weirdos together that fit perfectly.
As Netflix has grown, so has the selection and it can sometimes be difficult to find what you’re looking for.
Lauren Romag recounts the experience of Amherst Cinema’s sing-along “Trapped in the Closet with R. Kelly” event.
Thomas Vinterburg’s “The Hunt” is not one for those with a weak stomach as the horrific events through the film toy with the viewer’s emotions.
A powerful an enlightening film, “Blackfish” not only is excellent storytelling but it also leaves the viewer thinking long after the credits roll
Canadian fans hope to finally do Frank Castle justice on the big screen with “The Punisher: No Mercy.”
The delicate balance of a preview for a movie can either horribly mislead viewers or only make the experience better through simple scenes
With the release of outrageous comedies such as “Superbad” and “This is the End,” is Hollywood crossing the line between comedy and poor taste?
With a number of blockbuster movies coming out in such little time, the film industry could suffer from an overwhelmed audience.
Strong lead performances stand out in the cinematic epic.
Issue of mental illness at the heart of beautifully crafted animation.
“No” examines the power of modern marketing in the political environment.
Here’s a look at 2013’s standout films.