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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

January 17, 2018   |   Ithaca, NY

Review: ‘The Last Jedi’ is a force to be reckoned with

By | Dec 20, 2017

“Star Wars: The Last Jedi” still contains what fans love: the Force, lightsabers and the beloved characters, but it utilizes them in variety of new ways.

Review: Singles for the week of 12/15

By | Dec 15, 2017

“My Obsession”
Pale Waves
Released Dec.

Deja View: A look back at pop culture in 2017

By | Dec 15, 2017

Senior writer Jake Leary sat down with a collection of Ithacan writers, editors and producers to round out 2017.

Review: “The Disaster Artist” reaches emotional depths

By | Dec 12, 2017

Acting as a love letter to the original film, “The Disaster Artist” is a success in showing the real-life people and stories behind a beloved disaster.

Review: Satirical drama’s message is overlong and obscure

By | Dec 12, 2017

Patience-testing and ambiguous, “The Square” is a prime example of a filmmaker trying to say far too many things with not nearly enough words.

Review: ‘Jumanji’ sequel is a joyless jungle disaster

By | Dec 12, 2017

From setting to character, nothing in “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle” feels genuine. The film has a talented cast but a lackluster, shallow script.

Review: Singles for the week of 12/8

By | Dec 8, 2017

“Real Friends”
Camila Cabello
Released Dec.

Review: Comics for the week of 12/6

By , | Dec 8, 2017

“Justice League #34”
Written by Christopher Priest
Drawn by Pete Woods
“Justice League #34,” starts strong, but fades fast.  

Review: Linklater’s latest lets performances thrive

By | Dec 6, 2017

Despite the strength of the performances, there are moments where it feels like good acting is all the movie has to offer.

Review: Murder mystery is biting and bitter drama

By | Dec 6, 2017

Despite its harsh and cynical tone, this is a movie about finding joy and letting go of hate.

Review: ‘Goodbye Christopher Robin’ is an unbearable biopic

By | Dec 6, 2017

The real crime of “Goodbye Christopher Robin” is that, despite the resonance of Christopher’s plight, the story is poorly told and poorly presented.

Deja View: Why ‘Lady Bird’ is special

By | Dec 5, 2017

This week on Deja View, reviews editor Jake Leary sat down with contributing writer Liza Gillespie about Greta Gerwig’s “Lady Bird.”
 
You can read Liza’s review of “Lady Bird” here