Gaby Velkes '16 finds a lot to love in Now, Foragers, the world's first (or, at the very least, most recent) drama about mushrooms.
Sam Bromer '15 informs us that Cloud Atlas not only is not as complex as rumored, but may actually — gasp! — be very good.
In the wake of tragedy at Aurora, Colorado, reality and fantasty blurred when Julia Moser '15 watched The Dark Knight Rises at her favorite movie theater.
Jason Goldberg '14 gives us some great background music to get that paper done. What could be better than studying with Ameile and Nemo?
Hannah Stamler defends her love of Sofia Coppola's much-maligned period piece, Marie Antoinette.
Chomet's The Illusionist harkens back to old school animated features.
The latest from Cornell Cinema explores a parent's fear of empty-nest symdrome.
David Seidler '59 discusses The King's Speech, childhood stuttering and his time as a student at Cornell at a presentation of the Oscar-winning film.
The men who inspired the Oscar-nominated film come to Statler Auditorium.
Rango may look pretty, but, like many cute sorority girls, it lacks cohesion.