Reviews

Shyamalan's Split is Clunky and Less than Frightening

Another movie tries to tackle multiple personality disorder

by DAYZIA TERRY

Netflix Pick of the Week: Liberal Arts

Liberal Arts, a 2012 indie film streaming on Netflix, portrays a college exactly the opposite of Penn's over-scheduled, over-worked, over-tired student body.

by CASSANDRA KYRIAZIS

Dead Funny: Mask and Wig's A Comedy of Terrors

Last Saturday, I headed off campus to catch the Mask and Wig Show’s “A Comedy of Terrors.” Looking to switch up my Saturday night routine, I was keen to replace the drama of Greek life with, you know, actual drama.

by NATASHA DOHERTY

Review: “Diplomatie (Diplomacy)”

Tensions are running high on the night of August 24th, 1944. The end of World War II is near, and General Dietrich von Choltitz (Niels Arestrup) has one goal: to destroy La Ville Lumière, Paris.

by CAROLINE MARQUES

Review: “The Homesman”

Tommy Lee Jones and Hilary Swank lead us through a dramatic and twisted trail in “The Homesman,” directed by Jones.

by GRETA BALDWIN

Review: “No Cameras Allowed”

If you thought your friends who scored backstage passes to Tomorrowland were cool, think again. ““No Cameras Allowed” introduces you to James Marcus Haney, as he breaks into your favorite music festivals and lives to tell his story on camera.

by CAROLINE MARQUES

Album Review: "Hope"—Manchester Orchestra

Some artists choose to write the same type of songs over and over again, but some, like Manchester Orchestra, choose to rebuild their songs from scratch.

by LUCY HOVANISYAN

Review: "Foxcatcher"

Channing Tatum and Steve Carell hit the mat in their new Olympic flick.

by HALLIE BROOKMAN

Review: “Horrible Bosses 2”

It’s not good, but it could’ve been worse.

by DANIEL MAHER

Album Review: "The Endless River"—Pink Floyd



by CAROLINE MARQUES

Album Review: "Vibes!”—Theophilus London



by MARK PARASKEVAS

​Philadelphia Film Festival Review: “Love, Rosie”

“Love, Rosie” starring Lily Collins and Sam Clafin is enjoyable, but forgettable.

by CASSANDRA KYRIAZIS

Philadelphia Film Festival Review: “Charlie’s Country”

David Gulpilil's performance as a displaced, aboriginal Australian packs a punch.

by DIEGO FIGUEROA

Philadelphia Film Festival Review: “Goodbye to Language”

Jean–Luc Godard’s newest film confounds and excites.

by DIEGO FIGUEROA

​Philly Film Festival Review: “Two Days, One Night”

This Belgian drama and Palme d’Or nominee hit the Philadelphia Film Festival last week.

by ALISON ELLIOTT

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