Brendan Boyle is a fourth-year Film Studies and Mass Media Arts student graduating this spring from the University of Georgia. He programs for the University’s student-run Tate Theater, for local independent theater Ciné, has served as a student judge for the Peabody Awards, and and moonlights as an opera enthusiast and DJ at WUOG 90.5 FM. He plans to pursue a doctorate in media studies.
Tuesday, April 2 2013
Having no footage of the 1993 Moscow concert, part of the Dangerous tour, to speak of, Trubnikoff can hardly concern himself with conveying quite what it was like to attend the show.
Wednesday, March 27 2013
One of television's most beautiful shows -- like Game of Thrones but with 100% more Popes -- explores the idea of historical fiction in its occasionally stunning second season, with a finalé for the ages.
Monday, March 25 2013
Marilynne Robinson's essays are dense with rigorous thought and bracing prose, though her undeniably brilliant mind tends to wander.
Wednesday, March 13 2013
Seeming to consist of several movies shredded up and mixed together, The Devil's in the Details is a cyclone of heightened unpleasantness with nothing coherent to say.
Thursday, March 7 2013
Top Gun remains one of the most vibrantly shot and outrageously sexual Hollywood blockbusters ever released.