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This film is going to sit you down and make you reconsider everything you know and love. If you’re looking for a horror film that won’t necessarily scare you, but make you feel despair throughout your whole body, The Invitation is right up your alley.
The word to describe this movie is “fun.” It’s hard to go into most slasher movies expecting actual quality, but that’s because slasher movies aren’t trying to be anything Oscar-worthy.
"Laddie: The Man Behind the Movies" gives an in-depth look at the life and career of Alan Ladd Jr. that has not previously been explored. While the subject is certainly interesting, the notion of a daughter learning to appreciate and accept her father's career is the film's real strength.
‘Instrument of War’ is an emotional rollercoaster that brings a rare hopeful story to the war film genre. Despite a couple of head-scratching deus ex machina moments, it’s a wonderful true story that proves that where there’s a will, there’s always a way.
A great execution of a play-to-film adaptation, ‘The Drawer Boy’ is a quaint film that nonetheless packs no shortage of emotional power. It impresses through simple storytelling coupled with incredible performances from its three main actors.
The fence is 200 feet away, grass green and dirt a grayish brown from the rain that came down earlier. A man on a riding lawn mower does his work on the baseball field behind me. I’m sure he’s wondering what a girl is doing sitting in an empty dugout of a recreation softball field on a Monday afternoon.
I’m taking pictures of Homecoming on a Saturday morning, and I see these two grown women dressed up with a mustache and a sombrero. They are walking with a group of girls, possibly between the ages of 8 and 9. These little girls are wearing sombreros too.
When it comes to Ball State’s decision to not allow 13 fraternities to have alcohol at their events, I am relieved that some action is being taken by the university but I am still concerned about the well being of women on this campus.
Halloween costumes are the worst.
It’s hard enough coming up with a good idea, then once you do, the costume requires too much money or work.
Shot entirely in the Fishers area, this local film is sure to capture your heart.
Expertly shot and incredibly informative, 'Life Itself' offers a personal, in-depth look at the life and career of Roger Ebert. For those interested in Roger Ebert's work or a glimpse at his effect on film criticism, 'Life Itself' certainly won't disappoint.
On July 9, 2010, at a little past 3:30 am, an unarmed, homeless pastor was killed inside a Denver prison after five guards restrained him, electrocuted him for 20 seconds with a stun gun, then denied the man life-saving first aid. The city of Denver thought that Marvin Louis Booker was a nobody, that his life would matter to others as much as it had mattered to them.
They could not have been more wrong.
As a 6-year old, I tugged on my father’s button-up shirt, pointed to gun protruding from a stranger’s pants, and timidly said, “Daddy, that man over there has a gun.”
Las Vegas, Nevada. Orlando, Florida. Blacksburg, Va. Newtown, Connecticut. Burlington, Washington. New York City, New York. Los Angeles, California. Mattoon, Illinois. San Bernardino, California. Irving,Texas. Seattle, Washington.
Some of these cities you’ve probably never heard of. Others ring loudly in your ear as they’ve been drilled into your head by the media.
'The Tree' is an emotional story of true friendship and kindness, with an outstanding lead actress and beautiful visuals that showcase the American Midwest. Based on the life of the director’s mother, this film is fun, heartfelt, and stunning to watch.
In its second season, 'My Hero Academia' breaks tradition to provide in-depth character development that the first season lacked.
'If Blue Could Be Happiness' is a promising and fulfilling step forward for Florist. It is by far not a perfect product, but the complex arrangements, mature themes and more appropriate instrumentation paint a prosperous picture of the future for this burgeoning artist.
“Oh, it was probably a frat boy.”
This is a common reaction across many college campuses within our nation’s borders when we hear about a new case of sexual assault. We point fingers at these “frat boys” for every single sexual assault case that happens at our respective universities.
'No Postage Necessary' looks great and offers a feel-good experience. While there are some overused character tropes , the character interactions effeminately make up for it.
'Tatterdemalion' offers an in-depth look at the negative effects of superstition while also developing a strong relationship between the two main characters. Additionally, the question of if Cecil is a threat will leave audiences on the edge of their seats pining for the answer.