In an ever growing age of knowledge and multimedia, often the power of documentary films is overlooked. Simplistic but informative, moving and passionate, these five documentaries will change the way you see things in your daily life.
As I walked into the theater to see Man on a Ledge, I wasn’t quite sure what to expect. I had seen the trailers and couldn’t decide if it would end up being something I would enjoy or not. However, sitting in my seat as the credits rolled I found myself to be pleasantly surprised with my viewing choice.
As someone who still has my ticket stub from the midnight premiere for Twilight in
Three renowned heroes of the past, the famous three musketeers, fight in the name of the king.
Ides of March Director or Distributor After seeing Ides of March, there are doubtless dozens
Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides was probably better than a fourth sequel can be expected to be, but it wasn’t as fantastic as it could have been.
Thor was the perfect Marvel superhero movie, from the clanging battle scenes and the
This movie is about every college student’s nightmare: what their roommate will be like.
The Green Hornet—based off a radio program in the 1930s has been a hype of excitement for its release—it has had very mixed reviews but I guess that depends on what you are looking for.
“What the heck was that?!”
That is exactly what someone seeing Skyline in theaters will hear from people behind them, in front of them and to the side of them when the movie ends.