Review: 'Mary Queen of Scots' – The Struggle Between the Crown and Femininity

History is all the buzz these days for entertainment. From movies in the 70s to the eras of kings and queens, the public just can’t seem to get enough.

Review: Character-Driven 'Lady Bird' Succeeds in its Realism

With her solo directorial debut, Greta Gerwig paints a beautiful, angsty, and funny portrait of a young woman in her final year of high school.

Broadway’s ‘The Crucible’ Resembles Avant-Garde Horror Film

Although Ivo van Hove’s production of The Crucible is not grounded in context, the floating–both literally and physically–only adds to the eeriness of Arthur Miller’s classic. This production blurs the line between hysteria and otherworldly powers, reminiscent of Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining, and recent indie movie The Witch.

Final Predictions For The 88th Academy Awards

Today is the biggest day in tinseltown. The Academy Awards this year have been as controversial and unpredictable as ever before. Emertainment Monthly is throwing our own predictions into the mix, in what will most certainly turn out to be an evening of upsets and surprises.

Top 10 Musicals/Plays Opening This Spring

Although the 2015/2016 Broadway and Off-Broadway seasons are in full-swing there are several new captivating musicals and plays that will begin their Broadway and Off-Broadway runs this spring.

James Canellos' Top 10 Films of 2015

James Canellos ’17 / Emertainment Monthly Executive Movies Editor Perhaps the most shocking aspect of 2015 is that this was a year...

Review: "The Grand Budapest Hotel" Is An Exceptionally Witty Madcap Romp

To say that The Grand Budapest Hotel is full of energy would be something of an understatement. At times, it seems this film is made of it. This is a movie so enthusiastically paced it often runs the risk of outrunning its own plot.

Review: The Host

Isabella Loskutoff  ’15 / Emertainment Monthly Editor This weekend, author Stephanie Meyer’s legions of Twilight fans will be flocking to...