Rotten Tomatoes is a review aggregation website that Americans trust as the model for their movie consumption, but its binary approach to criticism undermines the values of the film industry.
Everything you need to know about the 2018 award season: what to watch, where to see it and what to expect.
“The last year had imprinted immense negativity in my head and now I was surrounded by like-minded individuals who understood what I have been fighting for: equality.”
With an entire week free of classes, it’s time to catch up on some 2018 releases.
If you’re looking to find your new favorite play or musical this spring break, don’t miss these productions in cities close to Columbia.
Keynote speakers Lauren Ash and Nadya Okamoto inspired women at the Tiger Hotel.
The MU sophomore released his debut album, _Mazes_, on March 21.
: In director Alex Garland’s exotic version of the final frontier, life’s answers lead to even bigger questions for a fiercely resistant Natalie Portman.
We’ve had plenty of great artists crop up over the last few years, but who will stick around for years to come?
Eight women performed their original poetry for an intimate crowd.
Two all-female teams from MU Improv performed scenes about exorcisms, bestiality and a failing family coal business Tuesday night.
Director Fellipe Barbosa explains the process of shooting a personal film about a lost friend.
“Shirkers” tells the story of Sandi Tan and her friends making a movie and then rediscovering stolen footage 25 years later.