All posts tagged "film"

  • Mandy: The Only Nicolas Cage Film to Match His Insanity

    By Daniel Cruse — Mandy is a 2018 dark thriller directed by Panos Cosmatos, starring Nicolas Cage as Red Miller, a man living a peaceful life in the woods with his girlfriend, the titular Mandy, until a...

    • Posted September 20, 2018
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  • Review: Solving life’s hardest puzzles

    By Nick Long —  Who knew that jigsaw puzzles could raise such heavy hitting life questions? This week I decided to see Puzzle directed by Marc Turtletaub. Puzzle follows the story of a middle-aged mother named Agnes (Kelly Macdonald)...

    • Posted September 18, 2018
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  • Crazy Rich Asians: An elegant and luxurious end to summer

    By Nick Long — To end summer box offices on a light-hearted note, Crazy Rich Asians is in theaters. Crazy Rich Asians, directed by Jon M. Chu, is based on the 2013 novel of the same name...

    • Posted September 4, 2018
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  • “Black Panther” is more than a movie, it’s a movement

    By Starr Savoy — Marvel’s “Black Panther” is a must-see movie for everyone with excellent graphics, characters, action and message of black empowerment. Released Feb. 16, “Black Panther” was one of the most anticipated movies of 2018. Celebrities like Octavia Spencer...

    • Posted March 1, 2018
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  • Loving Vincent becomes most successful film booked by Speed Cinema

    By Arry Schofield — Now nominated by the Academy for best animated film, “Loving Vincent”  is still stealing the show at the Speed Cinema. Originally intended for only five viewings in October 2017, “Loving Vincent” is still...

    • Posted January 29, 2018
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  • Film examines funding, public higher education on campuses

    By Elizabeth Money — The Speed Art Museum featured a screening of Steve Mim’s documentary, Starving the Beast, Aug. 24. The film aimed at revealing the disturbing attack being waged against public higher education. The film calls the situation one of...

    • Posted August 31, 2017
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  • ‘La La Land’ captivates audiences in theaters

    By Brooke Moody– “La La Land” graced U.S. theaters back in December and has since won a record seven Golden Globes and received 14 Oscar nominations. The film warrants the praise surrounding it, even though it flew...

    • Posted February 3, 2017
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  • Features
    January Netflix picks for the start of a new semester

    By Peyton Schmidt & Trinity Wilkins– Whether you are looking for a hole to put your head as you mourn Obama’s farewell or you have a mountain of homework you want to avoid, Netflix is giving you...

    • Posted January 16, 2017
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  • Features
    Native American Film Festival coming to campus

    The University of Louisville, with the help of Selene Phillips and Margaret D’Silva, will be hosting its first Native American Film Festival starting Sept. 21. D’Silva, director of the Intercultural Center on campus, came up with the...

    • Posted September 18, 2015
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  • Q & A with the director of “Medora”

    By Noah Allison A little less than an hour north of Louisville is a small Indiana town called Medora. In the state that prides itself on its high school basketball the Medora Hornets find themselves on the...

    • Posted December 3, 2013
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