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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

September 23, 2019   |   Ithaca, NY

Review: Singles for the week of 8/23

By | Aug 28, 2019

“Teeth”
5 Seconds of Summer
Released Aug 21
5 Seconds of Summer, under exclusive license to Interscope Records
Sweet vocals meet gritty lyrics in “Teeth,” 5 Seconds of Summer’s catchy and exciting pop-rock single.

Review: Show’s feminist message lost in its comedy

By | Aug 28, 2019

“GLOW,” which stands for “Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling,” uses a fictional portrayal of ’80s televised women’s wrestling to explore the complex lives of a diverse group of female characters.

Review: Book adaptation matches terror of original

By | Aug 28, 2019

PG-13 horror movies can be hit or miss.

Review: “Her Smell” is painfully slow but is saved by lead actor

By | Apr 29, 2019

“Her Smell,” an indie drama from writer and director Alex Ross Perry, is painfully slow in spite of the pure chaos it depicts.

Review: “Social Cues” disappoints as a whole

By | Apr 29, 2019

Cage the Elephant’s “Social Cues,” the American rock band’s fifth studio album, might appeal to its veteran fans, whose die-hard attitude toward the group will keep them listening if only out of loyalty.

Review: Singles for the week of 4/28

By | Apr 28, 2019

ME!
Taylor Swift, Brendon Urie
Released April 26th, 2019
Taylor Swift Productions, Inc.

Review: Logic’s captivating novel is full of saturated nuance

By | Apr 28, 2019

Behind a bright red and yellow cover, Maryland-based rapper Logic unveils his debut novel and New York Times Best Seller “Supermarket.”
“Supermarket” is set in a present-day fictional version of Baker City, Oregon, and is narrated from the perspective of Flynn, a struggling writer in his 20s, who was recently dumped by his partner.

Review: Horror movie “La Llorona” is cursed to fail

By | Apr 28, 2019

For decades, horror movies have replicated the hard work “The Exorcist” did in 1973 to produce one sleek but soulless thrill ride after another.

Review: “Map of the Soul: Persona” is bounding with energy

By | Apr 28, 2019

Seven men run around a deserted, pastel city, dressed to the nines in the brightest colored clothes they have.

Review: Stop-motion film is visually stunning

By | Apr 23, 2019

“Missing Link” is a visually spectacular stop-motion film about friendship and finding one’s place in the world.

Review: Body-swap film centers blackness but falls short

By The Ithacan | Apr 23, 2019

“Little” opens with obligatory narration — “Allow me to introduce myself” — but there is nobody going to see “Little” who won’t realize immediately where it’s headed.

Review: “Hellboy” remake can not save itself from damnation

By | Apr 22, 2019

Neil Marshall’s “Hellboy” (2019) has the aesthetic sensibility of a Hot Topic: It’s cheap, insincere and reminds you of other places you’d rather be and other films you’d rather see.