“The hills are alive with the sound of music.” Rodgers and Hammerstein’s The Sound of Music is being re-released in theaters next month in honor of the film’s 50th anniversary, as well as a release of a 50th anniversary edition DVD and Blu-ray.
Recently, many television shows have come to an end, and this Friday night marks the end of another pop culture phenomenon: Glee is ending its run after six seasons.
Netflix has proven itself to be the next great place for entertainment. Whether through intense dramas such as House of Cards or smart yet poignant “comedies” such as Orange is the New Black (I say “comedy” because the Emmy Awards used to classify Orange is the New Black as such), Netflix’s original content has shaped the future of online television.
The 87th Academy Awards were held on Sunday, Feb. 22. The show is one of the most highly anticipated events of the year in Hollywood, and this year was no exception. The 2015 Oscars were full of unexpected highlights that dominated the Internet in the days after the event.
“I Wish.” Those two words begin the film that tells a story of happiness, despair, teamwork and hope, all through the eyes of beloved fairy tale characters.
The lights went up on a restaurant scene. Using overly exaggerated, hilarious facial expressions, Yael Platt ’17 asked Michelle Wexler ’15, the annoyed hostess, if she could have a table for one.
Imagine you are coming back from a college party, and all of a sudden, you end up in a room with Sylvia Plath, a woman stuck in the 1960’s, a washed up celebrity and a deranged seven year old.
At an event on Wednesday evening, Brandeis alumnus, Arnie Reisman ’64, outlined the making of his Cold War documentary, When Red Was a Scary Color.
At times, students forget that professors are not just people who grade papers. The current exhibit in the Dreitzer Gallery in Spingold Theater proves that the lives of the people who teach us day in and day out are interesting beyond what we see in class.