Star Trek: Beyond – The best of the three

Jeff Turner ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR Trek was never my bag. I was always content with my “Star Wars” and my “Lord of the Rings” growing...

Birdman is most fascinating, unique film of the year

By Tressa Eckerman, Contributor There is a hysterical, unhinged hilarity to Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu’s new film Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) and the...

Intriguing plot and actors save “Anonymous”

In the new political thriller "Anonymous," one of the most fascinating conspiracy theories in history is addressed: was Shakespeare an imposter?


Series offers enrichment and life lessons

Film Streams, together with the Natan and Hannah Schwab Center for Israeli and Jewish Studies at the University of Nebraska Omaha, is screening a film series which offers moviegoers an opportunity to increase their knowledge about Israel and learn valuable life lessons.


Binge watching: marathons may magnify television merit

By Zane Fletcher, Culture Editor As I sat watching my sixth episode for the day of NBC’s “Community” while pondering about what I wished to...

A brief history: Corey Feldman

Jeff Turner ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR Former child actor Corey Feldman gave a live performance from his new album Sept. 16, and it was…weird. Like some...

Jem and the Holograms underperforms

Kaylee Pierce CONTRIBUTOR Upon seeing a preview for this movie, there was no way that this movie was not going on my to-watch list. I anxiously...

‘Men in Black III’ stays true to form, answers some questions

The duo is back and better than ever. After a wildly successful start in 1997 and a not-so-splendid sequel in 2002, many were wondering if "Men in Black III" would make the cut.