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Walt Disney Studios buys 20th Century Fox

What do film and television students think? “Welcome Home” captioned many posts on Instagram to a picture of the Fantastic Four and X-Men walking through the gates of Disney, when the deal between 21st Century Fox and Disney became complete. After more than a year

Should people go to movie theaters?

There’s no place like home Opinion by Taelar Pollmann With the rise in popularity of streaming services, the days of quality movies being released “only in theaters” are in the rearview mirror. This exclusivity is the last advantage the theater still holds over home entertainment,

Most ambitious crossover event ever

  That’s so Suite Life of Hannah Montana On July 26, 2006, the world was changed forever by the collision of three separate TV show universes. Within 26 minutes, the world had been shown the single most ambitious and revolutionary crossover. Since the first airing

The Plot Thickens

How to Write Like a Pro I haven’t mentioned it before, but I’m like a professional actor. Just kidding, but I am in an acting class, which is way more enjoyable than I ever expected it to be. I went to an open audition for short

41st Denver Film Festival spotlights women+film

Festival puts female filmmakers at forefront From Oct. 31 to Nov. 11, the 41st Annual Denver Film Festival (DFF), hosted by the Denver Film Society (DFS), came together to celebrate local and international films. Hundreds of films were showcased, seven red carpets were walked by

Mid90s is Spotify’s First Film ‘Playlist’

Jonah Hill’s Rap and Punk Bias Actor Jonah Hill, for his feature directorial and screenwriting debut Mid90s, recently collaborated with Spotify to create an official “motion picture playlist” for the film. What’s unusual about this featured playlist, which Spotify calls “the first of its kind,”

The Plot Thickens

Brokeback Mountain Even before I came out as gay in my junior year of high school, I was scrounging every available platform to watch gay-themed films. Though I didn’t watch many gay movies prior to coming out, I do remember watching both Shelter and Geography

Blade Runner vs Blade Runner 2049

Cyberpunk 1001: Blade Runner Opinion by guest contributor Max Maioli Few films are more synonymous with their genre than Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner (1982). By taking the familiar tropes of 40s and 50s film noir, mixing them with Philip K. Dick’s philosophical genius, and adding

Staff recommends: lights, camera, action, boo!

The Sentry‘s favorite scary movies It’s that time of year: the leaves are falling, the pumpkins are getting carved, and people are looking for a good scare. With only a week left until Halloween, The Sentry has rounded seven of the best  and most original