Massachusetts Daily Collegian

Wes Anderson: the antidote to hum-drum Hollywood

By Jeremy Paskoff

November 18, 2013

Filed under Arts & Living, Movies

There are a lot of Hollywood directors whose styles blend together, making most movies today feel voiceless and bland. Wes Anderson is a director who does the exact opposite giving his films a certain charm and style. Although critics receive his work with very mix...

“Looper” presents a fresh take on time travel

By Jonathan Smith

October 5, 2012

Filed under Arts & Living, Movies

“Looper” is not your average science fiction film. Yes, it may contain all of the classic hallmarks of the genre – such as time travel, telekinetic powers and new gadgets – but it manages to rise above its genre trappings...

Bruce Willis reclaims action star throne in “Red”

By Tyler Manoukian

October 18, 2010

Filed under Movies

Bruce Willis invades the big screen once again in his latest action film, R.E.D, standing for Retired and Extremely Dangerous. Released this past weekend, the movie features the high-impact and explosively bullet-ridden scenes...