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Review: Watered-down cyborg flick lacks spark

By Michael Caffrey, Staff Writer February 19, 2014
Remake fails to reach the original's excellence.

Review: Eclectic rock band blurs genres with experimental electronics

By Tylor Colby, Staff Writer February 19, 2014
Explorative band venture into experimental territory.

Week in Rewind (Feb. 9, 2014)

February 16, 2014
A look back at the week that was, with the top national and international headlines in under two minutes.

Review: Experimental producer creates surreal listening experience

By Steven Pirani, Assistant Accent Editor February 5, 2014
Bibio's "The Green EP" is a dreamy, genre-blurring experience.

Review: Crude rom-com stumbles over script

By Faith Maciolek, Staff Writer February 5, 2014
Zac Efron’s charm struggles to redeem weak supporting roles

Week in Rewind

By Stephen Adams February 3, 2014

Review: Pop-punk singer recreates status-quoe in new album

By Ashley Wolf, Staff Writer November 21, 2013
Avril Lavigne makes a more mainstream return with her new self-titled album.

Review: Marvel hammers out superhero success

By Michael Caffrey, Contributing Writer November 13, 2013
The second standalone "Thor" movie delivers the same quality action sequences seen in the first film, but lacks Marvel's usual witty dialogue.

Review: Futuristic movie displays realism

By Amanda Hutchinson, Staff Writer November 13, 2013
Based on the novel by Orson Scott Card, new movie "Ender's Game" captures the action-packed space-age story in beautiful detail.

Review: Baroque pop group fires up experimental sound in album

By Austin Gold, Staff Writer November 6, 2013
Following a Grammy Award, Arcade Fire returns with "Reflektor."

Review: Empowering film breaks cultural norms

By Nina Varilla, Staff Writer November 4, 2013
"Wadjda," the first film completely shot in Saudi Arabia, tells the story of a girl defying gender-norms in conservative Saudi Arabia.

Review: Smart’s story unlocked with memoir

By Emily Fedor, Contributing Writer November 4, 2013
Elizabeth Smart, who made national news when she was kidnapped from her home in 2002, opens up about her kidnapping ordeal in her memoir, "My Story."
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