Hungry for premiere, concessions

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

Dundee Theater reopens as part of Film Streams

Will Patterson A&E EDITOR For nearly a century, the Dundee Theater has been a central part of Omaha’s film and arts community. After closing in 2013,...

“Fantastic Beasts” falls short of hype

Jeff Turner A&E EDITOR Few people genuinely dislike Harry Potter. It’s a largely beloved franchise by all ages. Even when the idea of a spinoff seems...

Captain America: a perfect summer flick

Since Sam Reimi's "Spider-Man" debuted in 2002, superhero movies have become the new norm. However, in the last few summers, they've grown old and tired, and it seemed that "Captain America: The First Avenger" would be another casuality.

‘Red Tails’ a ‘phenomenal and inspiring’ film

A few of the original Tuskegee Airmen attended the Omaha red carpet premiere of "Red Tails" at Aksarben Cinema on Jan. 20. UNO's Air Force ROTC Detachment 470 performed as Color Guard for the event.

‘Beauty and the Beast’ hardly different in 3D

I was a child during Disney's second golden age of animation, the late 1980s to mid-1990s. "The Little Mermaid," "Aladdin" and "The Lion King" were all repeatedly played until the VHS tape broke, but my favorite of all time, the one that led me to dress as the lead princess for four straight Halloweens, was "Beauty and the Beast."

Cinema blast: Gateway’s best films of 2016

Jeff Turner SENIOR STAFF WRITER 10. Swiss Army Man “Swiss Army Man,” the directorial debut of the duo Daniels, uses so many tropes and throws so many...

‘Haywire’ an indecisive action film

When you think of Steven Soderbergh, you don't usually think of break-neck action and intense fight scenes. But that's what you get with his new film, "Haywire."