The first season of Deja View comes to a close with a wrap up of the best movies of 2017 so far.
None of the singers showcased any type of real singing talent or skill. The album is entirely too reminiscent of an EP made on a teenager’s laptop.
In “Something Else,” the Cranberries deliver poignant messages. The album’s orchestral instrumentation seamlessly weaves together the old and the new.
It may not be a straightforward classic like “good kid, m.A.A.d city,” or sonically experimental like “To Pimp a Butterfly,” but it has mass appeal.
Despite an attempt to go through American history and assess the present American dream, Davies misses the mark on what being an American truly means.
In a special roundtable edition of Deja View, Reviews Editor Jake Leary dives into the controversy surrounding Netflix’s “13 Reasons Why.” He is joined by Assistant Multimedia Editor Matt Maloney, Opinion Editor Celisa Calacal and Matt Hirsch, current Ad Sales Manager and former Events Committee Chairman for Active Minds.
The highs of the narrative can’t compensate for the lows of the message. “13 Reasons Why” isn’t the mental health education it could have been.