‘Invincible’ is certainly as enjoyable as it is unique.
How the Neo Western genre has subverted tropes established by Western classics.
This is the eighth annual series sponsored by the Athena Cinema, Ohio University’s Environmental Studies Program and University Libraries.
Titans clash in this eye-catching film.
Consider taking a film class for pleasure or for necessity.
Film Review: ‘Operation Varsity Blues: The College Admissions Scandal’ shows disturbing truth behind white privilege in college admissions
The documentary shows that college is a symbol of status to wealthy Americans, and they will do anything necessary in order to keep it.
As we enter the fourth phase of MCU, let’s look back on a few of the best.
Palmer is a shining light in Justin Timberlake’s otherwise inconsitent acting career
We need diversity in the actors in addition to the diversity being portrayed on the screen.
Film Review: The story behind ‘Judas and the Black Messiah’ is still socially, politically relevant 50 years later
This new release from Warner Bros is worth every moment of your time
Maybe these stars could give us the Fantastic Four movie we deserve.
Argo is launching their first-ever student focused short film fest, “SHORTS.”
Although roles with disability are carefully studied, the movie industry needs to do a better job at casting.
Finally, DCEU fans are getting Zach Snyder’s cut.
Film Review: ‘To All The Boys: Always and Forever’ is a bittersweet goodbye to the teen romcom franchise
Lana Condor is lovely in the film.
Netflix trots out another hit documentary series; this time with a less sympathetic subject.
Zendaya and Washington are undeniably fantastic.
Why James Bond is meant to be archaic and unlikeable.
Whether your valentine is a significant other, friend or yourself, Netflix has something for everyone to enjoy.