If any of you fine readers out there are like me, then you are probably a bit tired of the traditional style of Christmas music and movies. Sure, they have their place, but for some reason many people seem to hold them to a different standard than regular music and movies. This is probably related to
I used to be terrified by horror movies until I realized there’s nothing scary about them. Honestly, when is the last time you were chased by an axe-wielding maniac to the sounds of violins and cellos? Final exams, terminal illnesses and dieing alone – now these are legitimate fears.
In support of Starlight Children’s Foundation, Cineplex Entertainment is showing free movies at Galaxy Cinemas during the morning of Saturday Oct. 22. The fundraiser aspect is that regular popcorn, regular drinks and certain candies are on sale for two dollars with all proceeds being donated to the Starlight Children’s Foundation.
Superhero films are everywhere nowadays. Some people have had enough.
Beginners is the story of a grieving son and frustrated lover, and the memories of his father who enjoyed liberation only at the very end of his life. But more than that, it is the story of how it is never too late to chase after that ever-elusive dream called happiness.
They don't make films like Super 8 any more. It pays homage to the best parts of films of the past, like The Goonies, while also existing as a magical and engaging experience in its own right.
While their “Film Fest” is certainly an event that resembles a festival where films are shown, the USSU Film Fest has so many problems with it that it actually discourages serious independent filmmakers from participating. Here are some of the most obvious and detrimental issues plaguing the yearly event.
3D films generally charge a couple dollars more than regular films. But are they even worth the extra cash?