Monday, March 13th, 2017

 

‘Logan’ film review: this is who and what ‘The Wolverine’ should have been

TweetHugh Jackman comes full circle in the X-Men film franchise with “Logan”, where the mutant is an old man who finally unleashed the caged inner beast that has been caged and tamed throughout the big screen over the past 17 years. Set in 2029, the film finds Logan more weary, broken, jaded, disillusioned with the world more than ever since the days of future past: a world where he once joined the right side of Professor X (Patrick Stewart) and the X-Men against Magneto and his Brotherhood of Mutants.  MakingRead More


U-M startup pilots $10 grocery rides to Detroiters

TweetANN ARBOR — Detroit residents who need a lift to and from the grocery store at a reasonable price can take part in a pilot ride service through March. Offered by Cart, a University of Michigan startup that connects people to healthy, fresh groceries, will offer $10 round trip rides via Lyft through March 22 at Detroit Meijer stores. Meijer is donating the other $10 it costs per ride, said Cart CEO Stacey Matlen, who graduated from U-M with a master’s degree in public health last year. “Cart’s goal isRead More


Movie Monday: Upcoming Movie Releases for Friday, March 17

TweetLook for these new movies to hit the box office on Friday, March 17, 2017: “Beauty and the Beast” Rated PG. 129 minutes. Family, Fantasy, Musical, Romance. -Emma Watson, Dan Stevens, Luke Evans, Josh Gad; Director: Bill Condon “T2 Transpotting” Rated R. 117 minutes. Drama. -Ewan McGregor, Ewen Bremner, Jonny Lee Miller, Robert Carlyle; Director: Danny Boyle “Song to Song” Rated R. 129 minutes. Drama, Music, Romance. -Ryan Gosling, Natalie Portman, Michael Fassbender, Rooney Mara; Director: Terence Malick “The Belko Experiment” Rated R. 88 minutes. Action, Horror, Thriller. -Adria Arjona,Read More