This month at the Tivoli: Movies a short walk from WU

Check these movies that the Tivoli Theatre will show over the course of the next month.

| Senior Cadenza Editor

Netflix Deep Cuts: The Birdcage

This week’s Deep Cut is The Birdcage, a film based off the French farce “La Cage Aux Folles,” starring Robin Williams and Nathan Lane.

Kiva Runnels | Contributing Writer

Pranaya’s Picks: ‘Captain Marvel’

“Captain Marvel” is a muddled film but is resurrected by the strength of the acting performances and intelligent direction.

Pranaya Pahwa | Film Editor

Netflix Deep Cuts with Kiva: ‘Obvious Child’

The coolest thing about “Obvious Child” is its grounded authenticity. This is the story of a crisis—one that is life-changing, but not life-ending.

Kiva Runnels | Contributing Writer

On the Academy Awards: Turn your celebration of filmmaking elsewhere

Last night, the Academy Awards, on rare occasion, lived up to its nobler objectives. More frequently than not, however, it failed to.

Pranaya Pahwa | Film Editor

Netflix Deep Cuts with Kiva: ‘Mute’

There will, presumably, come a time when Netflix stops shelling out hordes of money for the dumbest pieces of filmmaking imaginable. Unfortunately for us, 2019 is not that time.

Kiva Runnels | Contributing Writer

Netflix Deep Cuts with Kiva: ‘Velvet Buzzsaw’

Buckle up, folks, because today’s deep-cut is a Netflix original thriller called “Velvet Buzzsaw.”

Kiva Runnels | Contributing Writer

‘Birdbox’ vs. ‘A Quiet Place’: Sensory deprivation showdown

Ever since “Birdbox” was released on Netflix in mid-December, people have been debating whether it holds a candle to “A Quiet Place,” which made its theatrical debut in April 2018.

Kiva Runnels | Contributing Writer

Rom-coms to warm your heart this winter break

Do you just want to spend four weeks cuddling up with a fuzzy blanket and some romantic comedies that will make you feel all the feels? You’re not alone, and winter break is the perfect time for that.

Jaden Satenstein | Staff Writer

Pranaya’s Picks: ‘Lord of the Rings’

The theatrical version of the trilogy lasts over nine hours but earns every minute. The rich story compels you to watch more, and the excellent performances and magnificent visuals make it impossible to look away.

Pranaya Pahwa | Film Editor

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