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Koslofsky’s Corner: Jonah’s not in class, but he’s got thoughts about lots of movies

Oh, Israel. You’re the one topic students on the Brandeis campus don’t rush to argue about. What am I going to do with you? The truth is, there’s probably no time when Nadav Lapid’s Israeli… Read More...

‘Remnant: From the Ashes’ review: a stellar shooter with a bright future

Prior to release, lots of people were calling “Remnant: From the Ashes,” “Dark Souls with guns.” The game features a lot of things that one would consider trademarks of the “Souls” games: a stamina system,… Read More...

Making the 24-Hour Musical: a behind-the-scenes look

Allow me to clear up some technicalities for you sticklers out there. No, “The 24 Hour Musical” is not literally made in 24 hours. That isn’t the point. Loads of time and labor are put… Read More...

24-Hour Musical: ‘Legally Blonde’ continues to delight

I am once again charmed by the unpolished, anything-goes nature of the 24-Hour Musical. I’m not the only one either, if the completely packed Shapiro Campus Center (SCC) Theater (full house, including people sitting in… Read More...

‘It 2’ is a thoroughly watchable sequel

“It: Chapter Two” is the long-anticipated sequel to the 2017 blockbuster horror film “It.” Set 27 years after the original, “It: Chapter Two” follows The Losers’ Club as adults who reunite in their hometown of… Read More...

Hasan Minhaj’s show remains an oasis amid the Netflix desert

Oh Netflix, consistency is not your strong suit. From the failure that was “Iron Fist,” the mediocrity that is and always will be the sixth season of “Orange is the New Black,” and the nostalgic… Read More...

Ready or not: a stunning tale of the ultra-rich where no one wins (except you!)

“With family, one hopes for the best,” the Le Domas matriarch, Becky (Andie MacDowell), remarks sympathetically to our main character, Grace (Samara Weaving), as she sips a glass of wine. With this line, she simultaneously… Read More...

Koslofsky’s Corner: A New York Film Festival Briefing

Goodbye, Brandeis! I know, it feels like I just got here, but by the time you read this, I’ll be all packed for my two-week trip to New York City. What’s pulling me away from… Read More...

‘Ginger’ Review: Brockhampton’s Got Their Groove Back

My editor is a coward and wants me to be topical. Fine. Brockhampton’s new album “Ginger” is better than their last mess, “Iridescence.” “Iridescence” was the first album Brockhampton released after doing some damage control… Read More...

‘The Farewell’ is a funeral disguised as a wedding

Lulu Wang’s sophomore film “The Farewell” begins with the words “based on an actual lie” –– a catchy tagline to its poignant exploration of family politics and the falsehoods we use to protect our loved… Read More...
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