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Stop ignoring women, Hollywood

Stop ignoring women, Hollywood

Harper Lux, Staff Writer

March 15, 2019

Female directors are being overlooked, while their male counterparts win awards.

Grandview closes for lobby renovations

Grandview closes for lobby renovations

Lucy Sandeen, The Rubicon Editor

January 26, 2019

The box office at Grandview undergoes a second round of interior revamp, with a plan to reopen Feb. 1.

Film Club co-presidents reveal the facets of great film

Film Club co-presidents reveal the facets of great film

Jack Benson, The Rubicon Editor

February 19, 2018

A Q&A with Film Club co-presidents Drew Fawcett and Noa Carlson touches on what makes powerful cinema.

Enjoy the movie, skip the ending

Enjoy the movie, skip the ending

Noah Raaum, Staff Writer

March 3, 2017

Tired of the neat happily ever after? Can't watch another anticlimactic resolution? Avoid it: skip the ending.

Captain America: Civil War lacks actual civil war, still entertaining

<em>Captain America: Civil War</em> lacks actual civil war, still entertaining

Diane Huang, Director of Online

May 20, 2016

While the dialogue, as always, is witty and humorous, and the fight scenes, as usual, spectacular, Captain America: Civil War lacks an exciting plot and depends too heavily on bringing in new characters.

How to be Single provides a good comedy experience

<em>How to be Single</em> provides a good comedy experience

Lauren Boettcher, News Editor

March 4, 2016

The movie provides a great opportunity to laugh, but nothing more. It deserves a 3/5 stars.

The Good Dinosaur successfully reinvents childhood classic

The Good Dinosaur successfully reinvents childhood classic

Lauren Boettcher, News Editor

December 9, 2015

Disney-Pixar's latest film, "The Good Dinosaur" tells the story of a courageous human named Spot and Arlo, the dinosaur he decides to protect.

Avengers sequel proves predictable, but entertaining

Avengers sequel proves predictable, but entertaining

Patrick Commers, Arts Blogger

June 4, 2015

Unlike other Marvel films, the sequel would not work well as a stand alone film.

Summer blockbusters arrive in theaters

Summer blockbusters arrive in theaters

Patrick Commers, Review Blogger

May 26, 2015

Movies range from sequels, like Avengers: Age of Ultron, to original movies, like Disney's Inside Out.

Oscars Countdown: Selma

Oscars Countdown: Selma

Patrick Commers, Arts Critic

February 21, 2015

Despite a stellar performance by David Oyelowo and amazing work by director Ava DuVernay, Selma was only nominated for Best Picture and Best Original Song.

Oscars are voted for by white men, resulting in a huge lack of diversity

Oscars are voted for by white men, resulting in a huge lack of diversity

Mini-Editorial

February 21, 2015

Hollywood's racial gap is clearly reflected in the lack of diversity in the Academy Award nominees for best actor.

Oscars Countdown: The Theory of Everything

Oscars Countdown: The Theory of Everything

Patrick Commers, Arts Critic

February 18, 2015

The Theory of Everything brilliantly tells the Stephen Hawking's story of love and tragedy.