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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

September 24, 2017   |   Ithaca, NY

Review: Comics for the week of 9/20

By , | Sep 23, 2017

Staff Writers Aidan Lentz and Colin Tessier read a few of the latest comic releases, here’s what they thought of them.

Review: Meandering manga adaptation misses the mark

By | Sep 19, 2017

The totally inconsistent pacing and lack of character development cause the film to feel far longer than its 130-minute run time.

Microreview: ‘Wind River’ is a bleak and thrilling drama

By | Sep 14, 2017

“Wind River” is not a pleasant viewing experience, but the character work and cinematography make the film worth watching.

Review: Intimate moments save ‘Game of Thrones’ season seven

By | Sep 4, 2017

While it’s fun to watch such a high-budget, fast-paced, expansive fantasy epic, it’s a shame the show lost its moral complexity in favor of action.

Review: Soderbergh’s star-studded heist film is a wild ride

By | Aug 29, 2017

When “Logan Lucky” does choose to employ humor, it’s usually hilarious and intelligent, but the actual quantity of jokes in the film feels lacking.

Review: New ‘King Kong’ reboot is a monstrous disappointment

By | Mar 21, 2017

To the film’s credit, the pacing never feels slow. “Kong: Skull Island” moves from scene to scene quickly, integrating plenty of action throughout.

Review: Jarmusch sets poetry in motion with his latest drama

By | Feb 28, 2017

‘Paterson’ is one of the most comforting movies in recent memory, quietly reassuring its audience that a heavily cyclical life can still be exquisite.

Review: Mel Gibson revives his career with ‘Hacksaw Ridge’

By | Feb 21, 2017

This may just be the movie that Gibson was born to direct. The simple yet inspiring moral tale is a perfect fit for the director of “Braveheart.”

Review: Rural backdrop steals the show in bank heist thriller

By | Feb 21, 2017

The dialogue in “Hell or High Water” is fantastic throughout — It paints portraits of deeply flawed yet compelling characters who feel all too real.

Review: Jordan Peele’s horror film examines racial tension

By | Feb 15, 2017

Peele’s direction screams a boldness that one would expect from a filmmaker decades into his career, much less someone on his first feature.