The ‘90s brought about a new era of comedy, especially in television. Although the majority of current UT students were born in the latter half of the ‘90s, the influence of the decade on comedy did not go unappreciated by millennials.
A seamless blend of style and substance saturated Ang Lee’s “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon” in 2000. The film’s sequel, “Sword of Destiny,” simmers in visual ambition alone, never developing enough of a plot to save it from cinematic weakness.
Over winter break, the documentary series “Making A Murderer” captured millions of viewers, with audiences turning to social media and online forums to discuss their theories and debate the questionable innocence of the series’ subject, Stephen Avery.
Every year, the approach of Valentine’s Day beckons last-minute decisions about the perfect date. For our “dinner and a movie” lovebirds, The Daily Texan suggests three great romances on Netflix that you probably haven’t seen.
It’s the 1950s and Hollywood is thriving, but studio fixer Eddie Mannix (Josh Brolin) can’t decide whether to remain at the bustling Capitol Pictures film studio, or take an easier job at aerospace and defense company Lockheed Martin.