'Solo: A Star Wars Story' is the movie every Star Wars fan felt a tad bit uneasy about upon its announcement. Who could fill Harrison Ford's shoes as the iconic character? However, Alden Ehrenreich succeeded in portraying the daring and head-over-heels-in-love young Han Solo.
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Movie: "Beauty and the Beast"
From the opening five minutes of “Logan,” it was already clear that this wasn’t going to be your normal super hero movie.
Movie: "Get Out"
Movie: "John Wick: Chapter 2"
Movie: "The Lego Batman Movie"
Director: Mike Mills
If the blunt and shamelessly generalizing headline didn’t give it away, I have a bone to pick with (many) sci-fi movies or, more to the point, their love of nonsensical or stupid endings.
Superheroes are absurdly popular. Nobody could have guessed that one day everyone’s mom would be nearly as excited as her kids to see an Avengers movie, and anyone who says that they guessed that is probably lying. However, while high-budget superhero films are constantly being churned out, it is commonly thought that between the main two comic book companies, Marvel and DC, Marvel is the clear leader in both financial success and quality.
With the new year comes new classes, new professors and a heightened awareness of just how fast time is passing and how old we are all getting (The third "Pirates of the Caribbean" and third "Spider-Man" are both turning 10 this year. The THIRD.) But the new year also means new movies, shows, games and albums to look forward to, and while the likelihood of you actually staying in the gym for more than a week after the new year is low, the odds of you sitting down to enjoy some Netflix is significantly higher. Here are a few of the releases you can look forward to in 2017.
Movie: "Manchester By The Sea"
Movie: "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story"
This November, I went to the movie theater to watch two of the biggest premieres of the year: "Doctor Strange," the 14th movie of the Marvel movie universe, and "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them," the ninth in the "Harry Potter" franchise. Universe building is the new vogue in Hollywood, and studios are jumping on the bandwagon to build and combine fan bases.
Release Date: Nov. 18
As a kid born in the 1990s, I was obsessed with the live-action/animated feature film “Space Jam." I spent countless hours watching it over and over on my cherished VHS tape. I knew the lyrics to all the songs on the soundtrack, and I knew what the characters were going to say before they said it. You would think a kid would get tired of a movie after a while, but I was just as intrigued watching it the 30th time as I was the first.
Carolina Productions will be hosting a Foreign Film Festival in Russell House, which will include movies produced from various countries around the world and spoken in various languages. They will be shown in Russell House Theater Nov. 14 - 18 at no charge for students.
Halloween is a time of year where we celebrate all things creepy and scary, and what is creepier or scarier than psychotic killer clowns? USC alumnus Jeff Miller is bringing just that to Columbia with his film “ClownTown.”
“The Birth of A Nation," released on Oct. 7, is a historical drama based on the Nat Turner rebellion of 1831. The film ironically derived its name from a racist propaganda film by D. W. Griffith that glorifies the rise of The Ku Klux Klan. Nate Parker wrote, directed and starred in this film inspired by the only extended slave rebellion in American history. “The Birth of A Nation” effectively presents the audience with a striking portrayal of the atrocities associated with American slavery in a way that leaves the viewers contemplating the dark past of our nation.
Release Date: Oct. 7