Advertisement
December 6, 2021
Ithaca, NY | 36°F

Review: New album features annoyingly repetitive melodies

By | Oct 19, 2021

“BADBADNOTGOOD” has brought listeners “Talk Memory,” an album that features annoying and repetitive melodies with an aimless ambiance.


Review: Scandinavian horror movie has tremendous banalities

By | Oct 19, 2021

“Lamb” is not so much an art film as it is an artifice film that gestures at the complex themes that it aspires to have.


Review: 25th Bond movie overcomes all the odds

By | Oct 18, 2021

“No Time to Die,” Daniel Craig’s final role as James Bond, offers a combination of intense action and rich emotion that is shaken, not stirred.


Review: Singles for the week 10/11

By | Oct 18, 2021

Singles for the week 10/11.


Review: “The Sopranos” story deepens with new gangster film

By | Oct 17, 2021

“The Many Saints of Newark,” a follow-up to “The Sopranos” is able to balance between nostalgia and genuine entertainment.


Review: “NBA 2k22” game adds nothing to the series

By | Oct 17, 2021

“NBA 2K22” is the perfect representation of how stale and brain-numbing the NBA 2K series has become.


Review: Jon Stewart makes timely return to the small screen

By | Oct 16, 2021

Having embraced his age and his deepened empathy, Jon Stewart has made a timely return, leaning away from light humor and into passionate activism.


Review: “Raw” director returns with brilliantly disturbing film

By | Oct 16, 2021

“Titane” is a brilliant sophomore effort from “Raw” director Julia Ducournau and continues her brand of French extremism.