Arts and Entertainment Editor Zachary Zahos '15 critiques The Amazing Spider-Man, a satisfying, charming reboot that avoids stagnation.
Arts and Entertainment Editor Zachary Zahos '15 reviews Pixar's latest masterpiece, Brave, a triumph of animation, entertainment and profound storytelling.
Ridley Scott's sci-fi epic Prometheus has finally arrived. The special effects will stun but the severely flawed screenplay is impossible to ignore, writes Zachary Zahos '15.
The latest Men in Black film is a fun summer flick, but it truly succeeds because it dares to tell a sweet, human story.
Maybe movies are like marriages, muses Julia Moser '15 as she kicks off the summer with the unbelievably gorgeous and surprisingly serious romantic comedy The Five-Year Engagement.
The Avengers just opened to a record-breaking $207 million weekend. But is it any good? Arts & Entertainment Editor Zachary Zahos '15 weighs in.
Zachary Zahos '15 looks ahead to the summer and predicts which movies will succeed and which will fail — on the basis of no vetted, reliable analysis, of course.
This edgy and orignal film stands out from the deluge of gimmicky films this year. Kyle Chang '14 catches up with Gabe Torres, director of Brake.
21 Jump Street is not your average pastiche of high-school clichés. Eleni Konstantopoulos '13 is very amused.
This party of a lifetime is not to be missed. Natalia Fallas '14 reviews Project X.