Lincoln stands as an Oscar contender with an incredible script and a groundbreaking performance from Daniel Day-Lewis.
Though its segmented horror narratives vary in quality and style, V/H/S ultimately proves terrifying for all audiences.
Author, screenwriter and director Stephen Chbosky, USC class of ’92, pulls from college years for skill and source material.
With emotive performances, Goodbye First Love beautifully captures the loss of a first love.
Blue Like Jazz, a new film from director and co-writer Steve Taylor, confronts the departure from adolescence and family ideologies.
With an all-star cast and new plot elements, Mirror Mirror has the potential for success.
Sometimes, being a movie or television star is not enough. That is why several famous actresses leapfrog from their fame on-screen to pursue other interests and goals. Though some actresses are content to branch out to producing or directing, a good number come to the conclusion that a music career is beckoning. And what follows […]
Ballet Preljocaj — Snow White Friday March 23-Sunday March 25 Dorothy Chandler Pavilion There’s Mirror, Mirror and Snow White and the Huntsman, and then there’s Ballet Preljocaj’s Snow White. Clearly, Snow White is in right now, but artistic director Angelin Preljocaj presents the classic story in ways you’ve never seen before. The contemporary French dance […]
Instead of emphasizing trite solutions to bullying, Bully seeks audience empathy by documenting stories of tormented children.
Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax, the adaptation of the classic children’s tale, is as enchanting as it is conscious about environmental issues.