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After suffering a major injury in Afghanistan, Lynsey (Jennifer Lawrence) comes home and strikes up a meaningful friendship in Causeway.

Review: Jennifer Lawrence leads tender drama about trauma

By Lily Lipka, Staff Writer November 19, 2022
The A24-produced film "Causeway" beautifully explores trauma, led by terrific performances from Jennifer Lawrence and Brian Tyree Henry.
Mother (Jennifer Lawrence) and Him (Javier Barden) live an idyllic life until uninvited strangers begin showing up outside their home. As more guests arrive, the surreal, twisted and  supernatural secrets of Mother and Him’s relationship come to light.

Review: Surrealism burns at the heart of Aronofsky film

By Antonio Ferme, Contributing Writer September 19, 2017
Beneath the surface, “Mother!” is a tale laced with surrealism and rife with supernatural mysteries.
Review: Big stars fail to bring joy to viewers

Review: Big stars fail to bring ‘joy’ to viewers

By Angela Poffenbaugh, Staff Writer December 29, 2015
If one is looking for a movie that lives up to the joyous sounding title, prepare for an entirely opposite and disappointing experience.
Review: Viewers starved for substance in newest Hunger Games

Review: Viewers starved for substance in newest ‘Hunger Games’

By Josh Vitchkoski, Staff Writer November 29, 2015
The final installment of the series is the weaker half of a movie who shouldn't have been divided in the first place.
Review: Performances fuel narrative in Hunger Games

Review: Performances fuel narrative in ‘Hunger Games’

By Ana Borruto, Contributing Writer December 3, 2014
"The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part I" makes a thrilling return to the dystopian world of Panem.

‘The Hunger Games’: Film leaves loyal fans hungry for more

By Lara Bonner, Managing Editor March 27, 2012
Suzanne Collins’ “The Hunger Games” was one of the most highly anticipated book-to-movie adaptations since “Twilight” and “Harry Potter.” Its plot offers up the opportunity to create a daring and powerful on-screen story about government corruption and the dangers of glorifying violence in the media, with a little romance in the mix. Though the actors…
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