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July 26, 2021
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Review: George W. Bush paints kitschy paintings of immigrants

By | May 4, 2021

Former President George W. Bush’s new book of paintings, “Out of Many, One,” contains awful art made by an even more awful person.


Review: Animated series blends suspense and social issues

By | May 4, 2021

“Invincible” is a must-watch. It may take place on earth, but it has a beautifully constructed world beyond its stratosphere.


Review: Marvel show has solid characters and social commentary

By | May 4, 2021

“The Falcon and the Winter Soldier” is the Marvel Cinematic Universes latest Disney+ show. The dynamic between Sam and Bucky is rich and interesting.


Review: Horror film twists tropes

By | May 3, 2021

“Things Heard & Seen” is a new approach on the familiar horror-trope of a family getting more than they bargained for when spirits accompany their new home.


Review: “Mortal Kombat” is another terrible video game movie

By | May 3, 2021

“Mortal Kombat” betrays its source material popular and secures a spot in the expansive halls of terrible video game movies.


Review: Country artist breaks genre stereotypes

By | Apr 29, 2021

Despite the title, “Heart” — Eric Church’s first release from his triple album, “Heart & Soul” — is not an album of stereotypical country love songs.


Review: Album scores with rerelease

By | Apr 28, 2021

If there’s one thing “McCartney III Imagined” proves, it’s that McCartney isn’t afraid of the changing times — the album is shiny and new.


Review: Book adaptation keeps the magic

By | Apr 27, 2021

Fans of the book will be pleased to see that the Netflix series is a true adaptation of the books, without a plot point out of place.


Review: Superhero flick has super strange comedy

By | Apr 23, 2021

Ben Falcone’s “Thunder Force” is a lighthearted superhero comedy, but some of the comedy doesn’t land well.


Review: Taylor Swift returns to her roots in new album

By | Apr 22, 2021

The realization of Taylor Swift being able to reclaim and recreate her music, her way, is nothing less than empowering.


Review: Hip-hop group releases conceptual album

By | Apr 21, 2021

The album leaves listeners to sit and reflect, forcing them to look back on the dark, emotional situations that the members of Brockhampton have shared with them.


Review: Ken Burns humanizes Hemingway

By | Apr 20, 2021

There are many sides to the story of Hemingway’s life and his place within the literature canon. Burns and Novick’s “Hemingway” touches on all of them.