Review: Scorsese Never Misses a Beat with ‘The Irishman’s Immersive and Captivating Storytelling

The odyssey of The Irishman is a wholly immersive, contemplative, harrowing piece of cinema. The film grabs you and never releases, even after the final shot that leaves a deep impression in its simplicity and forlorn.

Review: 'Dirty Grandpa' Is Uneven Addition to the Frat Comedy

Rachel LaBonte ’19 / Emertainment Monthly Staff Writer On paper, it sounds like a really interesting casting decision: Robert De...

Review: ‘The Intern’ Delivers a Fresh and Fun Age-Defying Friendship

The Intern is everything The Internship was trying to be and so much better. In the film senior citizen Ben Whittaker (Robert DeNiro) applies to be an intern at an internet start up to fill the days with something during his retirement. During his internship he becomes the “uncle” of his fellow interns and a guiding light for the CEO Jules Ostin (Anne Hathaway)

The Top Five Matthew Vaughn Films

Coming off what looks to be another surprise hit, Matthew Vaughn is a filmmaker who specializes in directing fearlessly fun movies that make a big splash critically and financially.

Top Ten Dramas To Watch On Netflix Right Now

A list of the top ten dramas available to watch on Netflix right now. Indulge…

Patricia Rae Talks The Big Wedding and Maria Full of Grace

Shannon O’Connor ’16 / Emertainment Monthly Editor-in-Chief You may know actress Patricia Rae from her breakthrough and critically acclaimed role...

Silver Linings Playbook Review

Silver Linings Playbook Review

Michelle Douvris ’16 / Emertainment Monthly Staff I have been excited for this movie for a long time. When I heard...