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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

October 21, 2018   |   Ithaca, NY

Review: Refreshing romcom revitalizes the genre

By | Sep 3, 2018

Beyond the complex themes and representation that this film presents, “Crazy Rich Asians” is a solid film on its own.

Review: Mitski’s new album is unapologetically angst-ridden

By | Sep 2, 2018

Raw sincerity brings “Be The Cowboy” away from merely glum to unapologetically angsty and resonant.  

Review: Singles for the week of 8/31

By | Aug 31, 2018

 
BEBE
6ix9ine, Anuel Aa
Released Aug.

Reviews from the summer season

Ithacan writers review a selection of summer’s biggest blockbusters and most complicated arthouse films.

Review: Bo Burnam’s directorial debut dazzles with depth

By | Aug 28, 2018

The honest and loving way writer and director Bo Burnham treats the newly blossomed teen at the focus of his film speaks to all members of the audience.

Review: Horror homage honors genre classics

By | Aug 27, 2018

It isn’t a retread of “The Goonies” or “It” or “Stand by Me,” but rather a commentary on the naive simplicity of adventure films.

Review: Trap influences infuse party pop in “Sweetener”

By | Aug 27, 2018

“Sweetener” brings a much-needed, quirky energy to a genre in which it’s all too easy to pump out stale, predictable hits.

Review: Workplace drama makes bold political statements

By | Aug 26, 2018

“The Bold Type” demonstrates that a show can prioritize both high-stakes subject matter alongside personal drama.

Review: Complex characters carry ‘Cameron Post’

By | Aug 26, 2018

she’s not like the glamorous, self-assured caricatures of youth that plague teen films, but rather a confused and flawed adolescent.

Review: Singles for the week of 8/24

By | Aug 24, 2018

“Home With You”
Liam Payne
Released Aug.

Review: Avengers assemble for an action-packed adventure

By | May 1, 2018

“Infinity War” is the perfect part one of what is likely to be the grandest and most expansive two-part epic to ever grace the silver screen.

Review: Joaquin Phoenix’s tortured protagonist packs a punch

By | May 1, 2018

Since Travis Bickle from Martin Scorsese’s “Taxi Driver,” rarely have there been protagonists like the tortured Joe (Joaquin Phoenix).