If you had to choose between immortal fame and your true calling, which one would you pick?
If you’re in a relationship, or are hoping to cozy up to someone new on Valentine’s Day, you’re in luck – there are plenty of romantic activities happening across the city.
The only movie theater that accepts GWorld will end regular programming on March 26.
There is not that much violence in J.C. Chandor’s gripping crime drama, “A Most Violent Year,” a film that often feels gritty rather than bloody or grisly.
It was a shock to see a film as high profile as “Selma” depict one of the most revered figures in American history, Martin Luther King Jr., as he truly was: a flawed and complicated human being.
Whether you’re a fan of the films or a first-time viewer, “American Reunion” is a must-see that maintains the familiarity of the characters and plot but also adds unique story elements.
The screen adaptation of Suzanne Collins’ dystopian trilogy is masterfully executed in “The Hunger Games.” Directed by Gary Ross and with contributing screenwriting from the author, the film will leave both movie lovers and super fans of the books anxiously awaiting the next installment.
Hatchet reporter Julie Alderman shares her latest movie experience. “Friends With Kids” (2012) We’ve all seen that movie, the romantic comedy with attractive leads who are funny, can afford a two-bedroom apartment on the Upper West Side, and yet somehow are still alone. The protagonists are platonic friends who attempt to beat the system by […]
Hatchet reporter Talia Weisner shares her latest movie experience. “The Lorax” (2012) A lesson in environmentalism in the form of a classic children’s story, “The Lorax” ventures beyond the bounds of your classic animated film. Loosely based off the Dr. Seuss story of the same title, “The Lorax” tells the tale of a 12-year-old boy […]
Hatchet reporter Chelsea Huang shares her latest movie experience: ‘Wanderlust.’
The total experience can be summed up as overheard from a fellow appreciative moviegoer: “What was that?” It is absolutely ridiculous and out of this world, yet grounded in the reality of finding your way through life. The result is a hilarious, easily digested film.