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December 1, 2022
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Review: There isn’t much to love about “Unlimited Love”

By | Apr 14, 2022

Red Hot Chili Peppers re-enter the music scene with a disappointing new album.


Review: Rom-com revival boasts strong leads

By | Apr 7, 2022

Despite a few minor plot-based inconsistencies, “The Lost City” delivers a fun and engaging film thanks to its stars.


Review: New Denzel Curry album opts for honest jazz-rap

By | Apr 6, 2022

On his latest LP, Denzel Curry delivers his most raw and down-to-earth music yet.


Review: Charli XCX release is everything but a crash

By | Mar 31, 2022

“Crash” proves to be an encyclopedia of pop, featuring a number of iconic artists.


Review: “The Batman” does not disappoint

By | Mar 9, 2022

With stellar performances and a riveting plotline, “The Batman” leaves viewers enthralled throughout the film’s entire length.


Review: Hulu original movie shows the dangers of online dates

By | Mar 9, 2022

“Fresh” showcases the dating world for women being a place of danger and risk.


Review: Game turned Film has some potential

By | Feb 24, 2022

While “Uncharted” doesn’t fulfill the expectations of longtime fans, it’s a step in the right direction for video game films.


Review: Mitski uses ‘Laurel Hell’ as a heartfelt departure

By | Feb 17, 2022

“Laurel Hell” acts as Mitski’s bittersweet farewell to the burden of her success.


Review: Kyle’s new album “It’s Not So Bad” is not so great

By | Feb 10, 2022

“It’s Not So Bad” struggles to define Kyle’s style, resulting in an inconsistent and lackluster new record.


Review: “The Fallout” beautifully tackles loss

By | Feb 10, 2022

Jenna Ortega and Maddie Ziegler both give captivating performances which make up the most influential portions of the film.


Review: Iann Dior gets vulnerable with newest album release

By | Jan 31, 2022

In “on to better things,” Iann Dior opens up with personal lyrics on heartbreak, anxiety and intrusive thoughts.


Review: “The Killers” drop tragic pop-rock album

By | Aug 25, 2021

While The Killers new album is perfectly politically-charged, there is too much context into the personal life of lead vocalist Brandon Flowers.