February 4, 2023
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Column: The Oscars best actress drama

By | Feb 1, 2023

The exclusion of the outstanding performances given by Danielle Deadwyler and Viola Davis in the Oscars Best Actress category has sparked controversy.


Review: Nail-biting thriller meets digital landscape

By | Feb 1, 2023

“Missing” is a tense, digital thriller filled with well-developed tension and drama, even if it does not quite reach the heights of “Searching.”


IC students selected as Coca-Cola Films finalists

By | Jan 31, 2023

Each year, the Coca-Cola Refreshing Films Program accepts pitches from young filmmakers, like two of the 2023 finalists, Ithaca College first-year students Sami Smith and Malaika Menezes.


Review: Winter 2022–23 movie and album releases

Damien Chazelle, Guillermo del Toro and SZA are among the directors and artists who released new projects during the 2022-2023 winter season.


Review: Tom Hanks stars in flat remake of Swedish film

By | Jan 22, 2023

“A Man Called Otto,” a remake of a Swedish film, is a nice reminder of the importance of kindness. It’s a shame that it doesn’t go beyond the obvious.


Review: Steven Spielberg finds the beauty in his early memories

By | Dec 6, 2022

“The Fabelmans” shines a light on Steven Spielberg’s childhood, providing an honest look behind the curtain into where his love of movies began.


Review: Journalism film gives a voice to survivors

By | Nov 29, 2022

“She Said” is a powerful spotlight on the two journalists that reported on Harvey Weinstein’s pattern of sexual assault against women.


Review: Darkly funny satire leaves much to chew on

By | Nov 29, 2022

Director Mark Mylod’s latest film “The Menu” is a biting and cutting satire on foodie culture, the rich and the sacrifices people make for art.


Review: “Black Panther” sequel pays beautiful tribute

By | Nov 29, 2022

The sequel to the hit Marvel film “Black Panther” works as both an entertaining comic book film and a beautiful tribute to the late Chadwick Boseman.


Review: Animated adventure fails to properly take off

By | Nov 28, 2022

Academy Award nominee Nora Twomey’s latest pairing with Cartoon Saloon fails to live up to her previous two animated hits.


Review: Charlotte Wells’ debut film portrays grief

By | Nov 23, 2022

With just her first feature-length film, Charlotte Wells tells a beautiful and haunting story that portrays grief in an open and human way.


Review: Jennifer Lawrence leads tender drama about trauma

By | Nov 19, 2022

The A24-produced film “Causeway” beautifully explores trauma, led by terrific performances from Jennifer Lawrence and Brian Tyree Henry.