Doctor Strange is back and ready to take you on a journey through the multiverse.
The Netflix documentary, released on Tuesday, traces the timeline through the quick rise and fall of the company.
This is a Nick Cage film-for-the-fans that kneels down and kisses his feet with every mention of his previous work.
Celebrating a decade since the film’s release, SEE presented ‘The Hunger Games’ to students in Hoff Theater on Wednesday and Thursday.
Martin Scorsese’s 1978 documentary immerses you in The Band’s very last concert.
The film lacks chemistry between the leads and is too fantastical to be relatable.
The film’s representation is admirable but it perpetuates unnecessary stereotypes.
The film, released on Netflix on Friday, stars Ryan Reynolds in a time-traveling quest to prevent time travel from ever being invented.
Robert Pattinson explained a young, fallible Batman is “more interesting to play.”
The titular Dark Knight hones his detective skills with plenty of room to grow.