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Lady Gaga, Adam Driver and Jared Leto dominate the screen in House of Gucci, an epic telling of the Italian fashion dynasty.

Review: Film effectively tells story behind Gucci empire

By Abbey London December 8, 2021
Lady Gaga, Adam Driver and Jared Leto dominate the screen in "House of Gucci," an epic telling of the Italian fashion dynasty.
America, the newest album from alternative band Thirty Seconds to Mars, successfully incorporates R&B and electropop influences rather than the bands usual hard rock edge.

Review: Alt-rock band puts electropop spin on ‘America’

By Hannah Fitzpatrick, Staff Writer April 21, 2018
“America” is ambitious and feels like a natural addition to Thirty Second to Mars’ ever-changing catalog.
Deja View: Is Blade Runner 2049 the perfect sequel?

Deja View: Is ‘Blade Runner 2049’ the perfect sequel?

By Kendyl Bennett, Podcast Editor October 11, 2017

This week on Deja View, reviews editor Jake Leary sat down with staff writer Charlie Musante about "Blade Runner 2049" and decides whether Denis Villeneuve's "Blade Runner" sequel lives up to the...

Set several decades after the events of Blade Runner, Blade Runner 2049 follows K (Ryan Gosling) as he uncovers the murky history of the Blade Runners.

Review: Stellar science fiction sequel cuts deep

By Charlie Musante, Staff Writer October 10, 2017
“Blade Runner” handles the idea of artificial intelligence better than most science fiction films. “2049” updates that idea for a new audience.
Harley Quinn (Margot Robbie) is a psychotic clown with a terrifying backstory in the movie adaptation of Suicide Squad.

Review: ‘Squad’ adaptation refuses to stay true to comics

By Kate Nalepinski, Assistant Life and Culture Editor August 22, 2016
The concept of the Suicide Squad — a group of supervillains who are signed up to do the government’s dirty work — is strong. But when a director subtracts the action, emotion and comedic relief, and replaces it with backstories and unaddressed abusive relationships, it fails.

Oscars 2014: Morality and the Movies

By Jared Wolf March 4, 2014

Last night's Academy Awards went off almost completely surprise-free, with only two upsets among the 24 awards: Spike Jonze' win for Original Screeplay for Her over the completely shut-out American...

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