A retrospective view of “Scooby Doo”

Jeff Turner ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR Scooby Doo, Where Are You? is an irrefutable staple of pop culture. It is also, something many children this generation...

2017 cinema season ends on a strong note

Will Patterson A&E EDITOR The end-of-year cinema season has historically been the best, and this year looks no different. Despite a rather dull summer movie selection,...

‘The Wiz’ showing tonight at Midtown Crossing

The next film to be shown at Midtown Crossing's "Monday Night at the Movies" is "The Wiz." The nine-week movie series - which runs through July...

Jurassic Park returns in all of its glory, now a 3D experience

We've all seen it. We've all tried recreating the ripple effect in the cup of water. We've all said "cleva' girl" to our friends when they're smart. And we've all squealed when we thought the raptors were going to get the kids in the kitchen.
 


“Raw”: graphic and brilliant

Rob Carraher CONTRIBUTOR Julia Docournau’s feature debut “Raw” has been the subject of film festival controversy despite being received as highly regarded cinema. The horror genre...

Hotel Transylvania: A little slice of alternative heaven

In "Hotel Transylvania" the monsters are endearing and the humor is light hearted.  Dracula, voiced by Adam Sandler, does not trust humans.  He builds a hotel as a haven for monsters to escape the human world and for them to be themselves in all their hairy, scary ways, void of human judgment and ridicule.


‘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.


Coogan and Brydon reunite for stellar sequal: “The Trip to Italy”

By Tressa Eckerman, Contributor There is a very good argument to be made that Steve Coogan is the funniest actor working today. There is an...