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...

Martin Scorses’s Silence explores historical faith

Jeff Turner A&E EDITOR “Silence” is a film legendary director Martin Scorsese has been trying to get made since he read the book in 1989. In...

La La Land Review

Rob Carraher CONTRIBUTOR Traditional musical is a rare find among theaters filled with big-budget action and superhero flicks. Audiences have likely forgotten, or even are unfamiliar with the musical...

Looking forward to 2017

Jeff Turner SENIOR STAFF WRITER 2016 had a lot of ups-and-downs; even though it was a great year for independent filmmaking, blockbusters largely underwhelmed, excluding the...

“Rogue One” fails to reach full potential

Jeff Turner SENIOR STAFF WRITER Editor’s note: This review contains spoilers about the movie. The purchase of the Star Wars franchise by Disney has been a massive...

Assassin’s Creed Review

Charles Turner ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR The “Assassin’s Creed” video game series has some of the worst writing out there. This is not to say that...

Movies to see over winter break

Jeff Turner A&E EDITOR Star Wars: Rogue One This spin-off watches Jyn Erso (Felicity Jones) and her crew as they plan to steal the Death Star. Already...

“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...