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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

September 19, 2017   |   Ithaca, NY

Review: Strong performances propel underwritten narrative

By | Feb 4, 2015

Oscar Isaac, Jessica Chastain and David Oyelowo star in “A Most Violent Year,” driving a sometimes dull storyline.

Review: Clumsy plot proves own worst enemy

By | Apr 9, 2014

Psychological thriller stumbles over a confounding and disappointing plot.

Review: Uninspired race flick sputters and stalls

By | Mar 19, 2014

Sub-par acting and morally questionable chases hinder race flick.

Saintly art-pop release boasts quality lyrics

By | Mar 6, 2014

Pleasantly noisy album keeps St. Vincent’s style fresh.

Professor’s debut novel converted into motion picture

By | Feb 5, 2014

“Ten Thousand Saints” by Eleanor Henderson, assistant professor of writing, is being turned into a feature film.

Review: Director’s detail captures history

By | Nov 13, 2013

“12 Years a Slave,” directed by Steve McQueen, gives an unflinching look at the horrors of slavery.

Review: Baroque pop group fires up experimental sound in album

By | Nov 6, 2013

Following a Grammy Award, Arcade Fire returns with “Reflektor.”

Review: Gandolfini shines in final film foray

By | Oct 23, 2013

The recently deceased James Gandolfini was probably best known for his dramatic role in “The Sopranos,” but his comedy work in films like “In the Loop” was arguably just as good.

Review: Director’s history drives deep movie

By | Oct 9, 2013

In “Short Term 12,” director Destin Cretton has expertly crafted an indie film with great heart.

Review: Costello calls on hip-hop Roots

By | Oct 2, 2013

Elvis Costello has teamed up with hip-hop band The Roots to create a soulful album.

Review: Alien invasion film ends British trilogy

By | Sep 5, 2013

The “Cornetto Trilogy” comes to a triumphant close with “The World’s End,” starring Simon Pegg.