January 27, 2023
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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.


Review: George W. Bush paints kitschy paintings of immigrants

By | May 4, 2021

Former President George W. Bush’s new book of paintings, “Out of Many, One,” contains awful art made by an even more awful person.


Review: Film lacks authenticity with big name Hollywood star

By | Mar 5, 2021

Chloé Zhao’s “Nomadland” is a slow slog through the desert with actor Frances McDormand. The use of a Hollywood name like McDormand makes the film feel less authentic than Zhao’s other works.


Review: Netflix rom-com wraps up trilogy in a bow

By | Feb 23, 2021

“To All the Boys: Always and Forever,” the final film in the “To All the Boys” trilogy, picks up where its predecessors left off.


Review: Historical film intensified by superb acting

By | Feb 22, 2021

In 1968, FBI director J. Edgar Hoover exclaimed that the FBI would do anything in its power to “prevent the rise of a ‘messiah’ who could unify and electrify the militant Black nationalist movement.”


Review: Italian film paints story of love, loss and betrayal

By | Feb 19, 2021

“L’ultimo paradiso” is a melodramatic Italian film that lets intrigue take full control over the narrative with little semblance of realism.


Review: Foo Fighters maintain its usual sound

By | Feb 16, 2021

“Medicine at Midnight” is for the most part just like every prior Foo Fighters album, but there is still some fun to be had.