A monthly analyzation of vintage films with UM motion pictures student Martin Hidalgo. Edition one focuses on Jean-Luc Godard’s “Breathless” (1960), available for free on Kanopy with a UM email.
“It’s about representation,” said Kailyn Hayes, a freshman majoring in neuroscience agreed. “Black women are blowing up in media.”
In less than two weeks, “IT Chapter Two,” the highly awaited finale to the highest grossing horror film of all time– hits theaters, and according to director Andrés Muschietti, fans are in for a treat.
“I wanted to make sure that there were moments in the movie where she displays skills of leadership,” Scott said. “She’s doing it because she cares and she knows she has what it takes.”
Spoilers are a fan’s worse nightmare, and in the age of social media, the fear of them is especially dangerous. Fear not, as no spoilers will be found here
Gearing up for the conclusion of the Avengers franchise, with a movie appropriately titled “Avengers: Endgame,” Marvel is capping phase three of its cinematic universe by presenting new-comer Carol Danvers (aka Captain Marvel), in her very own stand-alone, self-titled film.
Directed by Robert Anthony Rodriguez and produced by Jon Landau, “Alita: Battle Angel” is set to hit American theaters on Feb. 14, just in time for Valentine’s Day.
With a star-studded cast and a hilariously gripping storyline, it’s no surprise that Tyler Perry’s latest movie had the entire audience falling out of their chairs.
Diego Garcia talks like a painter, but his canvas is the silver screen.