Inspired by the famous Von Erich wrestling clan, “The Iron Claw” balances high-action fight scenes with sob-worthy moments.
After Hollywood’s sizzling hot labor summer, The Daily Cardinal cools off by shouting out its favorites in film, television, gaming and music from 2023.
A sleek, modern thriller that isn’t about the thrills
Q&A with Sami Stidham on her short film, “Take The Goggles Off.”
It was hard to be online in 2022 without seeing pictures and videos of Austin Butler’s take on Elvis Presley, a movie aptly titled “Elvis” for its focus on the rock ’n’ roll megastar’s rise and fall.
The unique combination of an arthouse theater and the eager spirit of Madison film students sets UW-Madison apart from other schools.
Martin Scorsese’s latest film is a devastating snapshot of white American greed and its lasting impact on Native Americans.
This film is very aware of its overexaggerated portrayal of high school and doesn't take itself too seriously.
Netflix’s new feature film Heart of Stone promises secrets, mystery and thrills a là James Bond, but the film fails to deliver
Greta Gerwig’s hit film ‘Barbie’ is a striking exploration of womanhood and patriarchy in the 21st century.
Anderson’s newest film features playful takes on acceptance and existentialism.
‘Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse’ proves that Sony’s Spider-Verse franchise isn’t just a one-hit-wonder.
The Wisconsin Union Directorate’s Lakeside Cinema series is a delightful summer diversion
And you thought your hangover was rough.
A pseudo-Martian dramatic comedy from the Wisconsin Film Festival.
Wisconsin director Chris James Thompson masterfully chronicles military attorney Yvonne Bradley’s efforts to find the truth in the trial of Binyam Mohamed.
A timely festival film from “Wisconsin’s Own” John Mossman.