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‘Call Me by Your Name’ celebrates love at a distance

‘Call Me by Your Name’ celebrates love at a distance

By Nate Taskin, Assistant Arts Editor

February 7, 2018


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Luca Guadagnino’s film intuitively understands the pathology of cruising.

‘Hostiles’ is a beautiful western with an appeal to fans of the genre.

‘Hostiles’ is a beautiful western with an appeal to fans of the genre.

By William Plotnick, Collegian Staff

February 7, 2018


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Here is a brooding and moving western that sticks too heavily to the genre’s roots for it to gain commercial appeal.

The ‘Black Mirror’ episode ‘USS Callister’ is a journey of space and mind

The ‘Black Mirror’ episode ‘USS Callister’ is a journey of space and mind

By John Buday, Collegian Correspondent

February 1, 2018


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The first episode of the show’s fourth season inspires unsettling premises.

‘The Post’ is a riveting thriller of suspense, charm and courageous audacity

‘The Post’ is a riveting thriller of suspense, charm and courageous audacity

By Charlie Turner, Collegian Staff

February 1, 2018


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An excellently crafted and polished script allows ‘The Post’ to gut-punch with suspense even when nothing noteworthy is happening on screen.

Michael Wolff’s capture of Trump is fiery and furious

Michael Wolff’s capture of Trump is fiery and furious

By Isaac Simon

January 31, 2018


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The man we’ve seen is no different from an inside perspective.