The University News

Photo courtesy of IMDb

“Godzilla vs Kong” Movie Review: Of Monsters and Men

Mark Burbridge, Staff Writer April 12, 2021

King Kong and Godzilla are without a doubt the two most famous movie monsters of all time. The two colossal titans first battled on-screen in 1962’s “King Kong vs Godzilla,” but since then, fans...

Photo Courtesy of Wikipedia

“Cadaver” Has Promise, But Ultimately Drops Dead

Mark Burbridge, Contributor November 11, 2020

Given the lasting popularity of film genres like horror within cinema, finding new and original ideas for stories can become a very tall order. However, it is not only a matter of originality of these...

‘Enola Holmes’ Review: More than just Sherlock Holmes’ Sister

‘Enola Holmes’ Review: More than just Sherlock Holmes’ Sister

Aman Rahman, Staff Writer October 27, 2020

“Enola Holmes,” based on author Nancy Spring’s novels, is an exciting and adventurous film showcasing the life of a young girl fearlessly navigating her way through Victorian England.  Enola...

I’m Thinking of Ending Things Review

Jack Johnston, Staff Writer October 6, 2020

I was so confused. “I'm Thinking of Ending Things,” the most recent film from Charlie Kaufman, is very confusing. Thankfully I'm less confused now, a few hours after watching, since I've been scavenging...

The Invisible Man: Catch Him If You Can

The Invisible Man: Catch Him If You Can

Mark Burbridge, Contributor March 4, 2020

After failing to move forward with the Dark Universe of classic monsters, Universal Studios rebounds with more individualized storytelling in their latest rendition of “The Invisible Man.” Loosely...

P.S. I Still Love You is a Charming Disappointment

P.S. I Still Love You is a Charming Disappointment

Grace Rakestraw, Staff Writer February 19, 2020

In anticipation of Valentine’s Day 2020, I began looking for love. In the absence of a boyfriend, I watched a movie, “To All the Boys I've Loved Before.” Peter Kavinky and Lara Jean’s love story...

Jack Connaghan // Photo Editor

Sonic the Hedgehog: From Green Hill Zone to Green Hill’s Own

Jack Connaghan, Photo Editor February 19, 2020

Your first kiss.  Learning of the death of a loved one.  Receiving your college admission letter.  There are some moments that will never leave us no matter how hard we try to forget them....

Rebecca LiVigni // Managing Editor

Little Women Big Impact

Sara Qalbani, Contributor January 23, 2020

The new 2019 production of “Little Women” has gained a significant amount of popularity in the film industry. On this 12th adaptation of the iconic book written by Louisa May Alcott, director Greta...

Rebecca LiVigni // Managing Editor

Parasite: The Gateway to Foreign Films

Celia Searles, Arts Editor January 23, 2020

“Parasite” is highly deserving of its nomination for best picture for the 2020 Academy Awards and is the first Korean film to be nominated for this prestigious award. It dances the line between comedy...

Christmas Movies That Will Have You Feeling Extra Santa-mental

Christmas Movies That Will Have You Feeling Extra Santa-mental

Aman Rahman, Contributor December 5, 2019

Now that December has crept up on all of us, it is only appropriate to begin bingeing holiday movies, if this process has not already started for some. To get into the holiday spirit, what better way is...

Ford V. Ferrari Review

Ford V. Ferrari Review

Mikhail Faulconer, Staff Writer December 4, 2019

“Ford v Ferrari,” which debuted on Nov. 15, delivers a satisfying and thrilling account of the epic motorsports duel between the two car companies during the 24 hours of Le Mans races during the mid-1960s....

Hotly Anticipated Movies to Keep You Warm this Winter

Grace Rakestraw, Contributor November 13, 2019

Charlie’s Angels—Nov. 15, 2019                   The 2019 release of “Charlie’s Angels” is not a continuation...

Load More Stories
Activate Search
The Student News Site of Saint Louis University