The Daily Cardinal staff review a few of the year’s most anticipated and acclaimed Best Picture nominees.
With a theatrical run limited to just one week and in under 700 theaters, Netflix prevented one of the year’s best films from the reception it deserved.
Olivia Wilde’s feminist thriller is flawed but doesn’t deserve its abysmal reputation.
Recreational cannabis use is illegal in the state of Wisconsin and punishable by up to six months in prison.
The premise of “Bodies Bodies Bodies” is simple enough: A group of 20-somethings gather at a mansion for a “hurricane party” in which a natural weather phenomenon is sufficient excuse to consume copious amounts of alcohol and other drugs. The group soon decides to play the film’s titular game, a cross between Mafia and hide-and-seek, in which a “killer” picks people off in the dark. When one of the players is found with their throat slashed, however, the partygoers realize a real-life murderer is among them.
The 2021 Oscar nominee is a refreshingly modern tale of life and love.
Following the overturning of Roe v. Wade, Roman Polanski’s pre-Roe gothic horror tale is given new, terrifying life.
Americans have been missing out on the biggest film in India, but you shouldn’t.
The engaging visuals of Sam Raimi’s horror-infused Marvel film fail to compensate for the bloated plot.
Reeves’ noir-inspired Batman takes the franchise in a fresh new direction while staying true to the heart of the character.
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As new movies are being released onto streaming services, instead of in theaters, people’s willingness to leave their homes to attend the cinema has been affected.
“Dune” excels in the picturesque but makes sacrifices in the narrative.
Lots of people are rediscovering “The Parent Trap” — and it’s the perfect time to rewatch it.