‘Another Year,’ another disappointment

"Another Year," directed by Mike Lee, began playing late January and can be seen at Film Streams until Feb. 10. The movie takes place in the UK and focuses on a happily married couple in their 60's. Although Tom and Gerri (Jim Broadbent and Ruth Sheen) seem to be very much in love, their friends and family have deep issues with getting older. 


Israeli director Shimon Dotan comes to UNO

Danielle Meadows CONTRIBUTOR Award-winning Israeli film director Shimon Dotan visited Universty of Nebraska at Omaha last week, screening his controversial film “The Settlers.” The film covers...

Captain America: Civil War and Batman v. Superman – A Side by Side

Jeff Turner Online Reporter The shared cinematic universe gimmick will have been going strong for nearly a decade pretty soon, and there does not appear to...

Inside the circus: ‘Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy’

"There's a rotten apple, Jim, at the very top." So begins what is easily one of the best films of this or recent years, Tomas Alfredson's "Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy."


‘Green Room’ review: The kind of film that gets you excited about movies

Jeff Turner ONLINE REPORTER Green Room is a masterpiece, it has the sort of rawness and vision that is meant to announce the arrival of a...

Nolan’s Interstellar a perfect illustration of director’s strengths, weaknesses

By Phil Brown, Contributor There’s probably no filmmaker out there whose filmography has more consistently appealed to my tastes as a teenager, and now twentysomething,...

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.


“Kingsman: The Golden Circle” follows predecessor’s success

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0fvqnGmr9S8 Hope Schreiner CONTRIBUTOR films because they follow a certain formula, so there are bound to be elements of predictability, implausibility and been-there-done-that scenarios. However, “Kingsman: The...