TV columnist Rachael Diamond SC ’21 considers the ramifications of ‘Breaking Bad’ epilogue ‘El Camino.’ “Despite being an inessential addition to Jesse’s story, the film certainly doesn’t detract from the magnificence of the show’s conclusion,” she writes.
In this week’s film column, Rachael Diamond SC ’21 reviews “Hustlers,” praising its dramatic, yet touching portrayal of female friendship amidst financial hardship. She writes, “Regardless of the questionable moral dynamics at play, you leave the theater in utter admiration of Destiny’s and Ramona’s tenacity … a testament to the powerful allure of the film — and of money itself.”
The Reel Talk column offers four topical movie and snack pairings that will satiate your hungry film-going stomach.
Director Claire Denis’ new film “High Life” combines stunning visuals with a somewhat bizarre, provocative plot.
Though the film is set in the year 2027, the world of “Children of Men” feels devastatingly real in comparison to our world today.
By far the best aspect of Bo Burnham’s vision is how compassionate and judgment-free his reflection of adolescence is.
As a bizarre amalgamation of satire, comedy and horror, Dan Gilroy’s film “Velvet Buzzsaw” makes a snarky mockery of the art world.
Award season is upon us, meaning that it’s time to root for the best films of the year, grumble about films that are showered with unearned praise, lament over the inevitable snubs and argue with everyone you know about which films belong in each of these categories (at least that’s