“Joker” explores the characterization of an iconic villain, creating nuance to the logic behind his disturbing violence and downfall.
Lorene Scafaria’s newest feature film, “Hustlers,” takes us to one of the sneakiest corners of these financially tarnished United States circa 2007-2013: a strip club called Moves in New York City.
The intimate coffee shop venue, The Winnebago, was perfect for the melancholic, yet engaging set.
One of the best stand-up comedians of all time is back with another hour of hilarity… and be warned: this one is harsh. Dave Chappelle’s new Netflix stand-up special “Sticks and Stones” was made available by the streaming service on Aug. 26 to all customers.
“The Book of Mormon” fails to evolve, persisting racism in a controversial political climate. Is it time to pull the curtain?
Fresh off the recent release of Reader as Detective, Grant Widmer and Ted Joyner blasted out hypnotic jams at High Noon Saloon.
Every summer we compile a list of shows we watch together three episodes a day and long phone call to follow. This time was different, we made sure the shows honored women and LGBTQ+ folx by giving them the recognition they deserve.
"IT: Chapter Two" smashes the box offices, concluding Stephen King's novel beautifully but fails to live up to the splendid of the first film.
Madison is home to dozens of venues for taking in movies, plays, musicals and concerts. The Daily Cardinal highlights some highly anticipated events happening on campus this fall semester, as well as a few movies and shows for you to enjoy in between studies!
Showtime adapts the New York Times reports on Fox News' Roger Ailes and Gabriel Shermann’s bestselling book “The Loudest Voice in the Room" in the mini-series “The Loudest Voice" starring Academy Award winner Russell Crowe.
The Daily Cardinal's Francisco Velazquez went down to Lollapalozza for the first time. Many of the most popular artists in the world were present for this year's festival. From Normani to Childish Gambino, here is a breakdown of the highlights from the four day music event.
Tarantino transports us back in time to the late 1960s in sunny Los Angeles during the peak of Hollywood, where movie stars were respected icons, but several in the industry were unable to adapt to a rapidly changing environment. “Once Upon a Time In Hollywood” follows former TV actor Rick Dalton (Leonardo DiCaprio) as he and his stunt man Cliff Booth (Brad Pitt) navigate through Hollywood in 1968-'69. Dalton is a fading actor best known for playing the fictional TV cowboy Jake Cahill in “Bounty Law,” an American television western series.
"The Lion King" graces the big screen once again in the live-action remake, demonstrating the meticulous detail of CGI and powerful visual effects that make this film gorgeous.