This past Monday, December 3, I saw a very exciting and involving documentary called Dyslexia: The Movie, directed by Harvey Hubbell V.
This past Monday I had the pleasure of seeing the film Camp de Thiaroye, the first film in this year’s Provost Film Series. It was hosted by Dr. Thomas S. Pearson, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs.
No matter when you were born, whether you like or don’t like theater, you probably know the name ‘William Shakespeare’. He is arguably the greatest playwright of all time, and his works are very well known, but are his works are still relevant?
This last session of On Screen, In Person was the film Runaway directed by Amit Ashraf. This popular event took place in Wilson Auditorium on October 15. It was a great film that gave this reviewer and the audience multiple viewpoints.
Joseph Gordon Levitt and Bruce Willis both star as Joe Simmons, a hit man, or more appropriately, a Looper, in the movie Looper. Simmons executes former agents of the mob from the future year of 2074 so that there is no body, and more importantly, no evidence in their own time. Time travel is illegal in the future, but like our present, the mob has their ways around the law.
For generations, the subject of homosexuality has been one of the most dismissed and controversial subjects that people talk about. Some have looked down on homosexual men and women, while others pay no mind and accept them for who they are. Many are neutral on the subject, saying that it’s a matter for those individuals to decide.
It’s September, which means saying goodbye to summer. Before you do, I suggest watching the last great flick of the summer, The Expendables 2.
Imagine Dragons’ highly anticipated debut album, “Night Visions,” came out last Tuesday. The band released their most recent EP last winter, which included the hit track “It’s Time.” It seems like the band rushed the studio process when “It’s Time” started gaining momentum last spring. They have about half of a really great album.