The new rom-com “Ticket to Paradise” is a flop, writes TV and Film columnist Rorye Jones PO `23. Clooney and Roberts can’t save this one.
What’s scarier than a swamp in Texas? Probably the murderous making of an adult film on a swamp in Texas. That is exactly the plot of “X,” which TV & film columnist Rory Jones PO ’22 argues is a fresh take on the classic slasher format.
The Australian film “Sissy” is funny and frightening, a perfect horror comedy combo writes film and television columnist Rorye Jones PO `23.
The line between serious and silly is a fine one, especially when it comes to science fiction. “Undone” hits a perfect balance, writes TV columnist Rorye Jones PO `23.
Jordan Peele’s “Nope” presents some interesting questions, but it ultimately leaves too much unanswered, argues TV and film columnist Rorye Jones PO ’23.
True crime fans: be wary of the glamorization of violence, writes TV and film columnist Rorye Jones PO ’23.
By effectively recreating Pamela Anderson’s trauma, “Pam & Tommy” practices the opposite of what it preaches, TV and film columnist Rorye Jones PO ’23 argues.
If you’ve noticed that movies seem to be getting longer, you’re not alone. Inspired by the nearly 3-hour-long movie “The Batman,” TV and film columnist Rorye Jones PO ’23 breaks down this phenomenon.
For a psychological thriller, “Nightmare Alley” doesn’t leave a lingering impression or haunt the mind — never mind give nightmares, TV and film columnist Rorye Jones PO ’23 argues.
Despite the intimidation of breaking into the Marvel universe, “Spiderman: No Way Home” is a good start, argues columnist Rorye Jones PO ’24.