Review: Thoroughbreds (spoilers)

Thoroughbreds relishes in its marriage of American Psycho and Heathers. The compelling interplay of mentally complex teenagers and exuberant selfishness twists on a sinuous path to a role-reversing twist likely shocking most viewers. Both protagonists are given interesting, complete personalities, while...
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Tribeca 2018 Opening Night: LOVE, GILDA

The Tribeca Film Festival, presented by AT&T, has announced that the 17th edition will open with the World Premiere of LOVE, GILDA, a documentary about Emmy® and Grammy® award-winning comedian Gilda Radner. Directed by Lisa D’Apolito, the film is an intimate portrait of the beloved Saturday Night Li...
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Screening: Isle of Dogs

Wes Anderson is back with another animated film on March 23rd with Fox Searchlight’s Isle of Dogs. Download passes to an advance screening of the film on Monday, March 19th at 7:00pm in Manhattan. RSVP Link: http://www.foxsearchlightscreenings.com/qUAoE44540 Bring Student ID. First come, first serve. No...
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Screening: Gringo

The film GRINGO is a heartfelt dark comedy that stars David Oyelowo, Charlize Theron, Amanda Seyfried.  Screening link:  http://stxtickets.com/NYUgringo Location AMC Loews Lincoln Square 13 1998 Broadway New York, NY 10023 Date & Time March 6, 2018 07:30 PM Bring Student ID; First come, first serve...
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Fifty Shades Freed Review

by: Eleanor Goldman With the upcoming release of Fifty Shades Freed, it seems that the franchise has fully realized what their viewers want to see; even the posters read “don’t miss the climax.” The film is perfectly tailored with all the drama, sex, and lavishness that is ingrained in Anastasia and Chr...
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Annihilation – Advance Screening

Annihilation Paramount Pictures is releasing the film adaptation of the popular sci-fi book, Annihilation from director Alex Garland. Advance screening on Wednesday, February 21st at 7:30 PM at AMC Lincoln Square. RSVP Link: http://www.gofobo.com/bGYSk43774 First come, first serve. Bring Student ID. Not...
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Paddington 2 Review

A Bear-rific Experience Paddington, once again, fumbles his way into our hearts and minds with an earnestness that will tug at the heart strings of even the most hardened observer. Based on a screenplay by Paul King and Simon Farnaby and also directed by Paul King, this lavishly shot movie feels like a...
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Insidious: The Last Key

INSIDIOUS: THE LAST KEY It’s safe to say that the Insidious franchise has officially fallen victim to the law of diminishing returns. What started out as a high brow horror concept in a first installment that starred Patrick Wilson, Rose Byrne and Barbara Hershey in scene-stealing performances, has been...
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10 Best Films of 2017

*Compiled by our current editorial and review staff. Excerpts written by Charlie Dickstein and Anthony Zangrillo.   Honorable Mentions: Call Me By Your Name  With some of the best cinematography and acting of the year, Call Me By Your Name follows the romance between two men who form a Summer relat...
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