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Film Review: ‘The Theory of Everything’
“Theory” is very much about Jane’s devotion to Stephen and the three children they would have together.
November 7, 2014
Film Review: ‘A Walk Among the Tombstones’
Sitting through "A Walk Among the Tombstones" is a battle. A monotonously violent production based on the mystery ...
September 26, 2014
‘Wish I Was Here’: Lost Without a Direction
Let's be honest: "Scrubs" alum Zach Braff fell off the radar since his work in "Garden State." Now ...
July 17, 2014
In Giddiness and Melancholy, Tears Are Inevitable
“The Fault in Our Stars” is a well-composed film that traverses a minefield of delicate topics such as ...
June 7, 2014
‘Blended’: Sweet but Sloppy
Barrymore and Sandler reunite in their third project together, this time in Blended, which revolves around two families ...
May 25, 2014
‘Godzilla’ in 2014: Revamped and Relevant
It’s no secret that remakes have a negative connotation. However, it’s time to forget the 1998 “Godzilla” because ...
May 16, 2014
‘Belle’: An Elegant Period Film Echoing Contemporary Ideals
“Belle” is a peek into the struggles of Dido Elizabeth Belle, the illegitimate daughter of a Royal Navy ...
May 4, 2014
‘Rise of an Empire’: Seven Years Later, Still Bleeding
The remnants of Zack Snyder’s “300,” which hit theaters in 2007, are the unforgettable Internet memes of Gerard ...
March 7, 2014
Movie Review: ‘The Legend of Hercules,’ A Herculean Failure
“The Legend of Hercules” does little to carry on the legacy of Hercules, proving only to be more ...
January 10, 2014
TV This Week: Dec. 2–7, 2013
With Thanksgiving now behind us, the holiday season kicks off. Expect some spectacular television broadcasts this month. There ...
December 2, 2013
TV This Week: Nov. 22-29
With Thanksgiving just around the corner, chances are your favorite shows are on a holiday hiatus. The silver ...
November 22, 2013
On the Small Screen: TV This Week
On the Small Screen: TV This Week. The newest on Homeland, Downton Abbey, True Blood, and more. Attention "Doctor ...
November 18, 2013
Movie Review: ‘Now You See Me’
A good magic trick is one that keeps you guessing. Likewise, “Now You See Me” plays mind games ...
June 1, 2013
The Lives Beyond the Leaves: Review of ‘Epic’
A colorful and fun film, “Epic” takes you right into the action of the war between the good ...
May 21, 2013
Movie Review: ‘The Guilt Trip’
Who would voluntarily spend eight days on the road in a car driving across the country with their ...
December 20, 2012
Movie Review: ‘The Campaign’
Experienced comedy director Jay Roach provides a great satirical commentary on our current political state, yet it quickly ...
August 11, 2012
Movie Review: ‘Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days’
Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days is heavily weighed down with C-list acting and provides unmemorable and ...
August 4, 2012
Movie Review: ‘The Watch’
The Watch is not only hilarious but also unexpectedly cleverly written.
July 29, 2012
Movie Review: ‘Ice Age: Continental Drift’
Despite the addition of new characters, Continental Drift is a far cry from its predecessors.
July 14, 2012
Movie Review: ‘Brave’
Pixar’s first heroine has been greatly anticipated for a long time, and she has finally arrived in “Brave”—a ...
June 25, 2012
Movie Review: ‘Lola Versus’
This fast-paced flick, directed by Daryl Wein, leaves an unsatisfying feeling after Lola’s journey toward self-fulfillment.
June 15, 2012
Movie Review: ‘Rock of Ages’
In an attempt to revive the rock nostalgia from the 1980s, “Rock of Ages” delivers a one-dimensional musical ...
June 15, 2012
Reviving the Color Craze
Colors feature in fashion more than ever. Which colors are the right ones for you? Here is a ...
June 14, 2012
Movie Review: ‘The Five-Year Engagement’
Here comes another wedding comedy following the immense box office success of 'Bridesmaids.'
April 29, 2012
‘Free China’ Film Wins Award at Houston Festival
The documentary Free China won the Special Jury Award at the 45th Houston International Film Festival recently. Kean ...
April 25, 2012
Movie Review: ‘The Lucky One’
"The Lucky One,” a film about a Marine who after serving three tours in Iraq searches for the ...
April 20, 2012
Movie Review: ‘The Three Stooges’
“The Three Stooges” is a fun, light-hearted reboot that does justice to the classics. Updated for a new ...
April 13, 2012
Supreme Court to Hear Illegal Alien’s Claim to Right to Dispute Removal
Trump Says Being President Cost Him ‘$2 to $5 Billion’
Pence Outlines US Space Vision, Working With ‘Freedom-Loving’ Nations, in Speech
Secretary of Defense Says Small Number of US Troops May Stay in Syria
Watchdog Says Benghazi Coverup Discussed on Emails to Clinton’s Unsecured Server
Trump: ‘We Never Agreed to Protect the Kurds for the Rest of Their Lives’
Israel’s Netanyahu Fails to Form Government, Rival Gantz Poised to Challenge
Kudlow: Human Rights Are ‘Very Important Part’ of US–China Talks
US Troops Welcomed by Civilians in Iraq After Syria Withdrawal
Many Christians in Syria Support Trump’s Decision to Withdraw Troops: Report