Arts & CultureFilm & TV

Review: Charlize Theron grapples with the harsh realities of motherhood in ‘Tully’

“Tully” comes off as a combination of screenwriter Diablo Cody’s past works, “Juno” (2007) and “Young Adult” (2011), but with a magical realist twist. The shaky camera style and subdued performance by Charlize Theron make the story feel more intimate, more tangible, as Cody and director Jason Reitman themselves have …

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BooksFilm & TV

5 books to read this summer before they hit the silver screen

Few things are more fun than reading a good book and then watching the film adaptation. These five books will be made into movies within the next year.

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Berg: How and why Marvel found success in complex storytelling

In a world where complex TV dramas has thrived, Marvel has found success by incorporating multiple storylines in their movies.

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Film Review: ‘Unfriended’ showcases a very real horror in society today — technology

Horror movies often take risks and create new trends within the genre. ‘Unfriended’ is no exception.

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Arts & CultureEvents

7 free (or almost free) things to do in Eugene this spring

Spring is coming and what better time to explore Eugene then in the sunshine. Ideas such as the the Eugene Saturday Market and the Wooden Shoe Tulip Fest are amongst the endless activites to consider checking out.

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Film & TV

‘Chappie’ review: Neill Blomkamp’s latest is an inconsistent, scattered mess

While ‘Chappie’ is a genuine visual accomplishment, the film can’t make up its mind about what it wants to be.

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