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As the final weeks of the semester approach us, we all need a minute to sit down, relax and watch a mindlessly entertaining movie. Campus Life played “Mary Poppins Returns” on Friday night in the Student Center Auditorium. “Mary Poppins Returns” is fun for the family, though it suffers in comparison to the original film.
The 91st Academy Awards took place on Feb. 24. Once again, the ceremony exhibited not only the glitz and glamour of the red carpet but also new experiences that we’ve never seen in past awards ceremonies.
Universal’s release of “Glass” is the highly anticipated third film in M. Night Shyamalan’s “Unbreakable” franchise, starring Bruce Willis, James McAvoy and Samuel L. Jackson.
Three years ago, a rumor started swirling around the fan boys and girls and social media spaces that at some point in the near future two of the world’s most iconic comic book characters would be coming to the big screen in a battle that had never been seen before.
After the rousing and surprising viral marketing and box office success of Paramount Pictures and Bad Robot Productions “Cloverfield” (2008), fans of the found footage monster movie were expecting a sequel to the open-ended finale of the first. Fast forward eight years later and they have released their supposed follow-up film, “10 Cloverfield Lane.”
From comic to screen, Deadpool from 20th Century Fox flies, slices and dices and rocks its slapstick humor to the big screen this year. And boy was it a laugh out loud riot.
Opening this Friday in the Ballroom of the Student Center, the film Steve Jobs will be showing for students’ entertainment, for free, at 8:00 and 10:30 p.m.
Sometimes the best way to finish off Valentine’s Day is cuddling on the couch next to someone special in your life and watching a movie. It’s time to get your “Netflix and chill” on with these movies that are perfect to enhance your celebration of love.
My significant other and I made our way over to the Rave Cinema on Carpenter Road, Jan. 7, at 8 p.m., to check out Leonardo DiCaprio’s latest movie, The Revenant, directed by Alejandro González Iñárritu.
Presented by Eastern Michigan University’s Campus Life, the following films: “The Good Dinosaur,” “Fruitvale Station,” “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” and more will be headed to the big screen in the Student Center Auditorium and the Halle Library Auditorium for a free movie screening this semester.
The highly anticipated trailer for Captain America: Civil War premiered to a packed crowd who gave overwhelming approval on Jimmy Kimmel Live Tuesday, Dec. 24.
Creed is the Rocky movie that managed to surprise us, and thankfully this surprise is one that we want to see more of. The movie takes the concept of the underdog that the series is known for and flips it around for the seventh installment in the boxing franchise.
Thanksgiving is on its way and students are ready to go home and chow down on Turkey, cranberry sauce and all kinds of traditional dishes. After stuffing your face with, well, stuffing, there needs to be time for your stomach to settle down and digest.
The Martian, directed by Ridley Scott, starring Matt Damon, has done phenomenal in the box office and it isn’t hard to see why. The movie dominated during September opening weekend and continued on an upscale in October, generating an estimated $11.7 million over Halloween weekend. In a five-week period, the total cumulative earnings came to about a whopping $183.1 million.
What happens when a prolific institution, such as the University of Michigan, showcases one of the most unequivocal depictions of human sexuality from controversial French director, Gasper Noe? We get to find out this month, as a controversial piece of cinema will be playing at the University of Michigan Theatre.
Many of us have laughed, cried and re-watched Disney Pixar movies. As children or adults, these classics are hard not to find some enjoyment in. But, have you ever thought about all of the technical elements and difficulty that goes into creating these elaborate animations?