To say that writer-director-producer Terrence Malick is a phenomenon in the world of Hollywood is a bit of an understatement.
The timing couldn’t have been much worse. The Monday of Dec. 5 was the first day of Finals Week, and the last hurried chance for most UC Irvine students to relearn all of fall quarter.
2005 was a great year for hype; not the best for movies. But, there were some greats. This list was compiled based only on movies that I saw, so there may be some that didn’t make it on for that reason alone. I apologize to those movies.
Ending their year with a performance at The Chain Reaction in Anaheim on Dec. 1, Rooney tested some new songs from their upcoming sophomore album and prepared for the beginning of another promising year.
Directed by Lajos Koltai, ‘Fateless’ is an artistic portrayal of the Holocaust in which traces of beauty are seen in a barren landscape of death, cruelty and helplessness.
John Waters is an artist, a satirist, a modern-day visionary. One of the most controversial film-makers to emerge from the 1960s, he is best known for writing and directing such films as ‘Hairspray,’ ‘Pink Flamingoes’ and ‘A Dirty Shame.’ Waters’ controve
When you think of New Year’s Eve, you probably think of New York, counting down with Dick Clark and watching the ball drop in Times Square. This will soon change, because now Orange County is stepping up with its own countdown and claim to fame: the Orang
Back when I cared about ‘American Idol,’ there was one person/thing that continually interrupted my viewing pleasure. Surprisingly, I’m not referring to the radio successor of Rick Deez, Ryan Seacrest.
No, even more annoying were the Ford Special Featur