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Journalist Maziar Bahari speaks to The Crimson about Jon Stewart's directorial debut, entitled "Rosewater," a portrayal of Bahari's imprisonment and torture at the hands of the Iranian government.
Characters played by Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, and David Gyasi explore a scientific station on a faraway exoplanet in "Interstellar."
Despite minor narrative shortcomings, “Interstellar” succeeds on a grand visual and thematic level, as director Christopher Nolan's reimagining of the frontier adventure amidst a galactic backdrop of existential obsession.
Despite its weaknesses, “Citizenfour” shows that Edward Snowden is a real human being and polarizes the viewer’s opinion of him. While not one of the most well-made documentaries of this decade, it is perhaps the most important and iconic one of our time.
"Laggies" portrays an unlikely friendship between married 20-something Megan (Keira Knightley) and rebellious teen Annika (Chloë Grace Moretz), who form a bond as Megan seeks a departure from the responsibilities of her life.
Dan Gilroy's directorial debut "Nightcrawler" stars Jake Gyllenhaal as Lou, a borderline sociopathic amateur videographer who embarks on a career of filming graphic crime footage for the evening news.
"Horns" features Daniel Radcliffe in a compelling and dark role, but the film ultimately fails to balance its campy satire and darker aesthetics.
Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones play Stephen Hawking and Jane Wilde in "The Theory of Everything."
"The Theory of Everything," directed by James Marsh, portrays the life of Stephen Hawking, from his discoveries in physics to meeting his first wife to his struggles with ALS.