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August 14, 2020   |   Ithaca, NY

Review: “The Kissing Booth 2” explores web of teen relationships

By | Aug 5, 2020

“The Kissing Booth 2” retains all the drama, humor, and charm of the original movie.

Review: Documentary opens discussion on transgender representation

By | Jul 8, 2020

“Disclosure” is a helpful tool for educating its audience about the often harmful portrays of transgender people in popular Hollywood media.

Review: Drama’s final season reaches impactful end

By | Jun 19, 2020

The final season of “13 Reason Why” pushes through the show’s controversial history to deliver an emotional conclusion.

Review: Animated series emphasizes compelling characters

By | Jun 11, 2020

In its final season, “She-Ra and the Princesses of Power” wraps up the five-season-long series with a firm commitment to the strong characters that define the show.

Review: Slapstick comedy film flies off course

By | Jun 7, 2020

While “The Lovebirds” is brimming with writing comedic and real chemistry from the main actors, the overall plot sometimes falls flat.

Review: Progressive love story is too predictable

By | Jun 2, 2020

“The Half of It” is a coming of age film that explores the complex nature of relationships, but its overuse of character archetypes and cliche plot devices make it unbelievable.

Staying at home benefits streaming services

By | May 22, 2020

This state of quarantine is no fun.

Review: “Extraction” delivers cliche action story

By | May 20, 2020

Extraction”‘s actions sequences are exciting, but it’s lazy screenwriting and cliche plot fails to impress audiences.

Review: Film details horrors of true crime story

By | Apr 7, 2020

“Lost Girls” is a grim but biting portrayal of a based-on-real-life story that follows a woman looking for her lost daughter.

Review: “Locke & Key” weighed down with teen drama

By | Feb 19, 2020

Who hasn’t wondered about that creepy house down the road?

Review: Jumbled narrative creates chaos in bizarre thriller

By | Feb 18, 2020

Director Jeff Baena’s Sundance Film Festival entry “Horse Girl” is a bizarre experience that tackles difficult topics, including mental health, with a unique twist.