Timothy Charouk

Timothy Charouk is an Assistant Arts Editor at the Tufts Daily.


Chelsea Newman pursues love of art all the way in Italy

Chelsea Newman — junior, advocate for peace and justice on a global scale and a proponent of a healthy community — has a major interest, and a declared minor, in art. “I am trying to find a way to combine my interest in social justice and art, and still make money,” Newman said with a half-chuckle. […]


Fincher succeeds again with captivating ‘Gone Girl’ release

David Fincher may just be the most consistent director working in Hollywood right now, producing yet another deeply enthralling roller coaster of a thriller. There is no way to delve into the plot of “Gone Girl” (2014) without revealing too much. Let it simply be said that a man, Nick Dunne (Ben Affleck), comes home […]


‘Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown’ season off to lackluster start

Anthony Bourdain might just have the best job in the world — traveling the planet in search of great food. Past seasons of “Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown” have seen our host explore sex culture in Japan and visit a frozen-in-time mansion in India, as well as visit places right here in the United States, like Los […]


‘New Girl’s’ newest season starts off strong after last year’s lull

“New Girl” (2011-present) has offered a promising start to its fourth season. Creating a third season can be a difficult time for shows — often following a great second season, where writers are finally comfortable with their characters and the storyline has picked up steam. Falling face first into this trap, “New Girl” unfortunately became too comfortable in its system and successful […]


Ensemble piece ‘Love is Strange’ examines modern relationships

“Love is Strange” (2014) is an unorthodox but welcome look into modern day relationships and love. The film, directed by Ira Sachs, gives an unconventional yet recognizable portrait of each and every one of us, turning the silver screen into a silver mirror. Ben (John Lithgow) and George (Alfred Molina) must deal with the unexpected consequences […]


Film adaptation of ‘Need for Speed’ video-game franchise tame, uninspired

The bridge between video games and films is a tough one to cross. There have been few successful attempts to adapt the fun of a video game into the complete storyline of a movie with (both figurative and literal) three-dimensional characters and “Need for Speed” is no exception. As Aaron Paul’s Jesse Pinkman drove off […]


Film adaptation of ‘Need for Speed’ video-game franchise tame, uninspired

The bridge between video games and films is a tough one to cross. There have been few successful attempts to adapt the fun of a video game into the complete storyline of a movie with (both figurative and literal) three-dimensional characters and “Need for Speed” is no exception. As Aaron Paul’s Jesse Pinkman drove off […]


Interview | Aaron Paul

Following critical praise for his complex portrayal of Jesse Pinkman on the acclaimed TV series “Breaking Bad” (2008-2013), Aaron Paul now has his first major lead with the upcoming film “Need for Speed.” The Daily recently participated in a roundtable interview with Paul, in which he discussed the pressure that comes with headlining a movie, […]


Interview | Aaron Paul

Following critical praise for his complex portrayal of Jesse Pinkman on the acclaimed TV series “Breaking Bad” (2008-2013), Aaron Paul now has his first major lead with the upcoming film “Need for Speed.” The Daily recently participated in a roundtable interview with Paul, in which he discussed the pressure that comes with headlining a movie, […]


Interview | Oscar Issac discusses role in ‘Inside Llewyn Davis’

Oscar Issac talked to the Daily about his performance as Llewyn Davis in the upcoming Coen Brothers film, “Inside Llewyn Davis.” The movie details the life and troubles of Davis, a struggling folk artist living in New York in the 1960s.   Tufts Daily: Can you talk about the research that you did for the […]


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