There is not one modicum of originality in Man of Steel’s plot, themes or aesthetics, yet here we all are, pitching this as the Movie To Beat this summer, buying, quite literally, into the hype some freshly promoted PR team drummed up.
Baz Luhrmann tried to present Fitzgerald's commentary on the American Dream's corruption on a platter emblazoned with Jay Gatsby’s initials, but his overbearing tactics left the platter hollow, ringing with inadequacy. Emma Court ’15 reviews the film.
On Sunday, May 12 at 7:15 p.m. in Willard Straight Theater, students who participated in Film 3770: Intro to 16mm and Digital Filmmaking and Film 4780: Intermediate Film classes will have their final projects screened at Cornell Cinema. This semester’s crop of movies is of an uncommon variety.