In preparing for Greta Gerwig’s directorial debut in “Lady Bird,” I hads a sense of apprehension about the experience I presumed I would have. As industry costs increase and fall to the consumer, it becomes a greater gamble of financial precarity when $15 is the entry fee for the chance of an entertaining film and an enjoyable evening. Naturally, trailers yield the byway method of circumventing our concerns about this very problem, yet often find themselves under heavy critique for their own representation of the film they aim to market. With “Lady Bird,” I found an unfortunate parallel to this issue. However, it seemed to work astoundingly, and in a manner I hadn’t truly expected. READ MORE
Alex M. Jankovich | 11/13/2017 6:00am
It is quite rare to see a film franchise completely reinvigorate a character without disappointing fans of the original.
Christian Memmo | 11/06/2017 6:00am
Over the weekend, various theaters on the Madison campus played a part in the sixth annual “Tales from Planet Earth” film festival, aiming to bring concepts, concerns and discussion on the environment ...
The Daily Cardinal Arts Staff | 10/30/2017 6:00am
Halloween recommendations from the Arts staff.
Samantha Marz | 10/09/2017 7:00am
Few films have made such ripples in film debate and the entire sci-fi genre as Ridley Scott’s original “Blade Runner” film.
Stephanie Qadir | 10/05/2017 7:00am
I recently ventured to the Marquee in Union South for the exclusive screening of “Happy Death Day,” an upcoming horror movie that’s generated a ton of social media frenzy.