The Torch

Brie Larson plays Carol Danvers in Marvel’s first female-led film.

“Captain Marvel”

March 20, 2019

The Little Black Dress That Changed Film

The Little Black Dress That Changed Film

Alexis Gaskin, Staff Writer

March 21, 2018

Lincoln Center’s “Rendezvous with French Cinema: “Ava”

Samantha DeNinno, Assitant Entertainment Editor

March 10, 2018

The opening shot of “Ava” is one that sets the tone for the whole film. A long, wide shot focuses on the happenings of a French beach, following a pure black dog as it darts across the various shapes and sizes of people that...

Lincoln Center’s “Rendezvous with French Cinema”: “See You Up There”

Samantha DeNinno, Assistant Entertainment Editor

March 10, 2018

“See You Up There” is sure to take its viewers into the gritty battlefields of No Man’s Land circa World War I and into the world-wind that was Jazz Age Paris, in a magical tale that reflects the aftereffects of war on thos...

Lincoln Center’s “Rendezvous with French Cinema”: “A Paris Education”

Samantha DeNinno, Assistant Entertainment Editor

March 10, 2018

Jean Paul Civeyrac’s “A Paris Education” is a film full of film references. To the average viewer, including myself, many of the references and arguments over the quality of a filmmaker’s body of work was lost for lack ...

Michael’s Top 10 Films of 2017

Michael Ambrosino, Entertainment Editor

March 4, 2018

*Disclaimer - I have not seen the following acclaimed films: “Call Me By Your Name,” “Phantom Thread,” “Darkest Hour,” “Blade Runner 2049”   #1.  “Baby Driver” Edgar Wright’s brilliant “Baby Driver” is a b...

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