Private Desmond T. Doss saves dozens of wounded men in one of the bloodiest battles of World War II, all without picking up a gun.
Full of frustrating missteps and plot inconsistencies, ‘Inferno’ does little to quash the insatiable fires of mediocrity. Many viewers will be happy to see this confounding trilogy end.
Bringing a light-hearted approach to darker segments of American history, ‘Assassins’ looks at the inspiration of infamous murderers and their blood-stained legacies.
Without proper license as a R-rated film, ‘Jack Reacher: Never Go Back’ seems to stop itself from becoming the engrossing action flick it desperately wants to be.
The theatre department’s rendition of ‘Waiting for Lefty,’ and its modern twist ‘Still Waiting’ captures the hardships of workers in various social circumstances and dispositions.
Exploring with a historical and uniquely modern lens, ‘The Irish Rebellion’ documentary by Bríona Nic Dhiarmada highlights on the motivations and long-term motivations of the 1916 uprising.
In a quaint and sometimes amusing fashion, ‘Storks’ takes the classic adage and births it on the big screen.
‘Tell the Prime Minister’ chronicles the shifting public opinion regarding the safety of nuclear energy, in the wake of the Fukushima nuclear meltdown in 2011.