In 2002, British director Gurinder Chadha delved into the complex world of the Indian ethnic identity in present-day England. Bend It Like Beckham — a film about a talented young Indian woman living in London with impressive soccer skills — places the main character’s European-influenced social life against the strict religious expectations of her Indian-born […]
Frozen Rating: R Length: 94 min. In theaters Friday
When In Rome Rating: PG-13 Length: 91 min. Now playing
Edge of Darkness Rating: R Length: 117 min. Now playing
Every year, members of the Trojan Family descend on Park City, Utah for the movie industry’s biggest independent film festival.
FILM A Single Man Rating: R Length: 101 min. Now playing
Amid the number of vampire films emerging from the recent craze, it has been hard to find a true vampire story. While vampire movies released lately do pertain to blood-sucking creatures, they lean toward one of two ends of the vampire myth spectrum. On one end of the spectrum are the Anne Rice and Twilight […]
Wikipedia states that to be considered an independent film, half the film’s budget must come from a source besides a major studio. But to hipsters everywhere, “indie” can either be annoying and pretentious or nihilistic and edgy. In any case, so-called indie film has come a long way in the last 10 years. This list […]
Up in the Air ignores any statutes of limitation on making fun of the American economy and goes straight for the jugular — finding veins of comedy and drama within the plight of the American worker. With a director like Jason Reitman at the helm, Up in the Air is hardly typical as satire, and, […]
James Cameron turned to USC for help in creating a unique language for his newest film.