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April 10, 2021
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Review: Family adventure suffers from predictability

By | Feb 12, 2021

“Finding ‘Ohana” is a Netflix original family adventure movie that is not only a fun watch but is doused in Hawaiian culture and shares the story of reconnecting with one’s heritage.


Review: Jazz album experiments with new sounds

By | Feb 10, 2021

Diego Pinera, an underground German Uruguayan jazz fusion musician, mixes sweet and sour on his new record “Odd Wisdom.”


Review: Crime thriller lacks genuine suspense

By | Feb 9, 2021

“The Little Things” is a stereotypical cop film about a veteran and a new detective investigating a string of identical murders. The actors are energetic but cannot compensate for the bland script.


Mini movie reviews for December 2020-January 2021

Whether they be potential Oscar nominees or just a good time, The Ithacan Life & Culture staff highlighted some of the films from the end of 2020 and the beginning of 2021.


Review: Singles for the week 2/1

By | Feb 7, 2021

Review: Singles for the week 2/1


Review: Orchestra Strums Eerie Album

By | Feb 4, 2021

Music Director Giancarlo Guerrero and the Nashville Symphony Orchestra perform two of Adams’ classics — “My Father Knew Charles Ives” and “Harmonielehre”


Review: “The White Tiger” is a sharped clawed dark comedy

By | Feb 3, 2021

“The White Tiger” is a striking film that takes place in India and that depicts a man’s desperate rise from poverty to opulence.


Review: Magic teen drama lacks imagination

By | Feb 2, 2021

Netflix’s “Fate: The Winx Saga” is a new, gritty live-action adaptation of “Winx Club,” but instead of whimsical magic, viewers are confronted with drugs, murder and steamy romance.


Review: Singles for the week 1/25

By | Feb 1, 2021

Review: Singles for the week 1/25


Review: Singles for the week 12/11

By | Dec 13, 2020

Review: Singles for the week of 12/11


Review: “Mank” is a weak attempt at pretentious filmmaking

By | Dec 12, 2020

Fincher’s newest film, “Mank,” proves there is an interesting story to be told, but the narrative never presents itself.


Review: Obama’s memoir makes too many excuses

By | Dec 9, 2020

In his memoir, “A Promised Land,” President Barack Obama had the potential to come to terms with the shortcomings of his administration, but instead he creates an idyllic image of himself.