Eastside

Oscar Preview: Django Unchained

Jacob Sobel ('16)/ For Eastside

February 19, 2013

In January of 1992, a peculiar type of film was premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in Utah. It was produced on a 1.2 million dollar budget and starred several renowned actors throughout the cinema, including Steve Buscemi,...

From the Cinefile: The Big Sleep

Rachel Tinkelman ('13)/ Eastside Humor Editor

December 1, 2012

It’s hard to picture Humphrey Bogart as the bad guy, but that is how that famous actor got his start—from gangsters to trigger happy outlaws, he played plenty of villains. But the classic Bogart persona is the one everyone...

Rise of the Guardians guards DreamWorks reputation

Joe Incollingo ('13)/Eastside Entertainment Editor

November 23, 2012

Disney’s CG animator Pixar is arguably suffering from a hiccup in their otherwise pristine record, and nobody could be more excited than archrival DreamWorks Animation. The company's upcoming Rise of the Guardians stars Chris Pine, A...

Skyfall soars above expectations

Joe Incollingo ('13)/Eastside Entertainment Editor

November 19, 2012

Nothing hurts more than hearing you’ve done a bad job. When disappointment stops stinging, there comes a resolve to make up for it. It’s all the stronger when you’re putting James Bond into theaters. If you take a step...

The Guilt Trip puts the rip in family

Olivia Altman ('14)/ Eastside Staff

November 2, 2012

The Guilt Trip, a loving, witty and hilarious movie, starts out as Andy Brewster (Seth Rogen), a young inventor, is about to go on a road trip across the country. Before leaving, Andy decides to make a quick last-minute stop at h...

Pitch Perfect hits theaters

Jess Levine ('16)/Eastside Staff Writer

October 22, 2012

Yet another singing movie has hit the big screen, but this one will never last! With films such as High School Musical, Hairspray, and The Muppets, the last thing the media needs is another cheesy motion picture just like all the ...

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