After a year and a half of isolation and hardships, the Pepperdine Improv Troupe returned with a bang, giving Waves — both students and faculty alike — an escape from the stresses of the pandemic.
Improv theaters and troupes adapted to performing and learning digitally during the pandemic. Improv-LA and the Pepperdine Improv Troupe discuss how they made the transition to virtual comedy and why it’s important for improv to continue being performed.
Tim Story’s “Tom & Jerry” (2021) is a reboot of the iconic cartoon series by the same name. The film tries to deliver comedy, even employing famed comedy actors, but ultimately fails due to how it loses sight of the heart of its source material.
Chris Evans’ directorial debut “Before We Go” is a heartfelt rom-com that tells the story of two people who meet because of conflicts in their lives but ultimately go through an adventure that proves to be life-changing. Go see the chemistry between Chris Evans and Alice Eve in this beautiful film.
Kathryn Newton from “Big Little Lies” and Kyle Allen from “The Path” star in a teen romance, “The Map of Tiny Perfect Things,” which will release Feb. 12, on Amazon Prime Video. The film shows the audience a different take on the popular “time loop” storyline.
“Palm Springs” holds the record for a film’s biggest sale at the Sundance Film Festival, according to IMDb. Viewers are curious to see what “SNL” star Andy Samberg brings to the motion picture.
“Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind” maintains its relevance by reminding us that we must communicate with each other to form lasting bonds. This film is a bittersweet commentary on how we view relationships.
Have some time to kill during quarantine? Look no farther than Autumn de Wilde’s directorial debut — a charming new take on Jane Austen’s “Emma.”
How do “Saturday Night Live” comedians create hope out of their political impersonations?
How has Twitter become reflective of community amongst students?