Cinespia keeps summer alive with outdoor movie screenings.
Photo by Jennevieve Fong MoviePass subscribers have surged from a significant subscription price drop, giving college students and everyday movie-goers an opportunity to go to the movies on a budget. With a $9.95 a month subscription price for one movie ticket a day, MoviePass extended their reach beyond the above-average movie lovers who once shelled […]
“The Shape of Water” is a visually stunning film, but it lacks heart.
Photos courtesy of IMDB and A24 Films After winning two Golden Globes “Lady Bird” is flying into awards season buzz. The film, written and directed by Greta Gerwig, portrays a contentious mother-daughter relationship framed in love. Since its release, it has gained critical acclaim. In late November, it broke a Rotten Tomatoes record for most […]
Images by Kayla Lee Brittany O’Grady, a half-Black, half-White actress said that because of the way she looks, she often gets casted as a Latina. She also said she gets type-cast to play roles about troubled women and thinks those roles are often given to women of color. On Fox’s TV show “Star,” O’Grady, a […]
Weekly Culture Collection is a column that gives the best things to eat, see and do near Pepperdine, Malibu and the surrounding Los Angeles area. It’s like The New Yorker’s Goings on About Town section but not as high-brow, and there is no dandy with an eyeglass. It also has nothing to do with New […]
Graphic by Nate Barton Movie adaptations of books are hardly ever good enough for the readers who discovered the story when it existed only in paper and ink. A pop-culture debate is parsing out which was better: the book or the movie. However, the debate over which is better misrepresents the largely different experience each […]
Photo by Ella Gonzalez Weekly Culture Collection is a column that gives you the best things to eat, see and do at Pepperdine, Malibu and the surrounding Los Angeles area. It’s like The New Yorker’s Goings on About Town section but not as high-brow, and there is no dandy with an eyeglass. It also has […]
Art by Sybil Zhang Disney’s live action “Beauty and the Beast” opened March 17 and reignited the debate about remakes. As unpopular as this stance may be, I unabashedly love remakes because they bring new life and perspective to old classics. I’m the type of person who will watch the same movie over and over […]
Image Courtesy of IMDB.com Director Barry Jenkins debuted his second feature film in October, which felt like an early Christmas gift. Not only is it a cinematic masterpiece, but “Moonlight” is an outstanding story that breathes truth with every line, every sigh and every glance at the camera. “Moonlight” takes place in Miami’s housing projects […]