This is Trey Edward Shults’ third feature film, coming off the backs of “Krisha,” a fiercely personal, low-budget, critically acclaimed debut and “It Comes at Night,” a quasi-horror film that got mixed reviews. But “Waves” is a departure from both of them.
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More than anything else, I’ve learned about the emotional weight of food.
The Broadway actress and singer spoke and sang Monday night at Bing Theatre
The strongest part of the film is undeniably Melina Matsoukas’ directing. Previously known for her work on Beyoncé’s “Lemonade,” she shows off a remarkable set of techniques, especially for a first-time film director.
I can’t write to you about the definitive album of the decade or give you a hodgepodge of songs that make up the quintessential soundtrack of the 2010s.
“Knives Out” first and foremost excels as an intricate mystery film. And as keen as audiences are in trying to figure out a film before it’s over, with “Knives Out,” it’s better to just let the film play out and reveal itself.
The USC sophomore has been featured on Spotify playlists and Ones To Watch.
Marielle Heller’s drama biopic “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood” takes an in-depth look at the real-life hero Mr. Fred Rogers’ powerful influence on humanity, faithfully honoring him yet never feeling like a puff piece.
Popular music senior Amir Kelly infuses his music with unique beats and honest lyrics.
My goal in compiling this list is to emphasize, once again, that the most important issue when considering any movie is not what critics or voting bodies think but how your neighbor felt about it.