Hidden Figures Review

Will Patterson A&E EDITOR “Hidden Figures” is about the black women who made NASA’s missions to win the space race a success. This movie is a...

‘Hunger Games’ breaks records, leaves out a few key points

In the not-so-distant future, America has fallen and through the rubble emerged Panem. This dystopian country is divided into the Capitol and 12 districts. Katniss Everdeen lives struggling, starving and fatherless in District 12. Her problems become infinitely worse when her sister, Prim, is chosen in the Reaping to participate in the Hunger Games, a televised fight to the death. Without hesitation, Katniss volunteers to go in place of her sister, her district's first volunteer in recent memory.


Classic Disney movies heading to campus

Let's take a trip back to 1999.  Every month, a new Disney Channel Original Movie (DCOM) premiered and instantly became a classic tale for elementary school students.  While these movies were the talk of the playground, in recent years they have become hard to find.  
Luckily for UNO students, classics like "Smart House," "The Color of Friendship" and "Brink!" are coming to campus, thanks to Maverick Productions.  
The student-run organization is looking to provide your DCOM fix with a Disney Channel Movie Series this semester. "Smart House" will kick off the series Thursday at 8 p.m. in the Milo Bail Student Center Ballroom.
 


Hungry for premiere, concessions

Photos from the premiere of "The Hunger Games" at Aksarben Cinema.


Wes Anderson’s “Isle of Dogs” is an exciting and visually stunning piece of cinema

Will Patterson A&E EDITOR Wes Anderson’s latest film, “Isle of Dogs” is just now hitting local theaters. The production marks Anderson’s second full-length stop-motion film—the first...

Top Ten Holiday Movies

Is there anything more divisive than holiday movies? Some people love them and start pulling them out in early November, while others pray for the time when they stop playing on constant rotation.  But there are some movies that have ingrained themselves in my mind and the minds of others.


Fury: brutal, unrelenting examination of war boasts exceptional performances

By Tressa Eckerman, Contributor Fury (2014) Director: David Ayer David Ayer made an exceptional impression with his underrated cop thriller “End of Watch” and he’s returned with...

‘Arthur’ remake won’t please fans of the original

Admirers of the original 1981 flick written and directed by Steve Gordon might want to steer clear of the recent remake of "Arthur." No longer filled with subtle humor, this rom-com remake is evidence of a clear generation gap.