Cinema of the Week: All the Money in the World

Kristen Hines, Columnist • khines14@ehc.edu It’s not a movie that’s incredibly popular, nor for the faint of heart, but it’s a historical movie that is definitely worth your time. ‘All the Money in the World’ is a movie adaptation about the famous Getty Kidnapping that happened back in 1973. Who is Getty? Well, Jean Paul… Read More Cinema of the Week: All the Money in the World

Cinema of the Week: Spirited Away

Kristen Hines, Columnist • khines14@ehc.edu Time to revisit one of the old classics, and what many consider a masterpiece of animation, Hayao Miyazaki’s ‘Spirited Away’. Released in America in 2001, this movie has become infamous among both moviegoers and animation buffs alike, for its incredibly creative world, memorable characters, and its exciting yet touching story. The… Read More Cinema of the Week: Spirited Away

Cinema of the Week: The Spongebob Squarepants Musical

Kristen Hines, Columnist • khines14@ehc.edu Out of all the things to make a musical out of, would you expect a Broadway Musical about a sentient sea sponge from a kids show that people either love or hate with a burning passion? Yeah, me neither; but it’s true, and this new musical is taking the theater world… Read More Cinema of the Week: The Spongebob Squarepants Musical

Cinema of the Week: Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975)

Kristen Hines, Columnist • khines14@ehc.edu There are many movies that are considered cult classics, and one of the ones that people seem to bring up the most is the 1970s weird-fest that is ‘Rocky Horror Picture Show’. Looking at it from the perspective of someone who’s not a diehard fan of this movie, it can only… Read More Cinema of the Week: Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975)

Review: Ken Burns’ Vietnam Documentary Will Break Your Heart

Hailey Ellis, Arts & Life Editor • hmellis15@ehc.edu Courtesy of the official “The Vietnam War PBS” Facebook Page The release of the 10-episode documentary “The Vietnam War” occurred this past month. The 18-hour documentary, directed by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick, goes all the way back to the 1850s when Vietnam was colonized by the French.… Read More Review: Ken Burns’ Vietnam Documentary Will Break Your Heart