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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

September 24, 2020   |   Ithaca, NY

Review: Teen romance’s complex morality is compelling

By | Jan 22, 2018

The ethical ambiguity in “The End of the F***ing World” separates the show from other, tamer stories of rebellious young love.

Review: ‘Jumanji’ sequel is a joyless jungle disaster

By | Dec 12, 2017

From setting to character, nothing in “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle” feels genuine. The film has a talented cast but a lackluster, shallow script.

Review: Singles for the week of 12/8

By | Dec 8, 2017

“Real Friends”
Camila Cabello
Released Dec.

Cinemapolis attracts moviegoers with small-screen charm

By , | Dec 6, 2017

Even with the rising popularity of streaming services like Netflix and Hulu, local theater Cinemapolis continues to attract moviegoers.

Review: ‘Goodbye Christopher Robin’ is an unbearable biopic

By | Dec 6, 2017

The real crime of “Goodbye Christopher Robin” is that, despite the resonance of Christopher’s plight, the story is poorly told and poorly presented.

Review: Singles for the week of 12/1

By | Dec 2, 2017

“Him & I”
G-Eazy and Halsey
Released Dec.

Review: Singles for the week of 11/24

By | Nov 26, 2017

“Downtown”
Annita and J Bavlin
Released Nov.

Review: Singles for the week of 11/17

By | Nov 18, 2017

“All Night”
Steve Aoki and Lauren Jauregui
Released Nov.

Review: Singles for the week of 11/10

By | Nov 11, 2017

Reviews editor Jake Leary listens to five of the newest singles out this week — here’s what he thought of them.

Buffalo Street Books buoyed by loyal locals

By , | Nov 8, 2017

“There’s that feel that you get going into a small local store. People know you, and you go in, and there’s that intimacy that is very welcoming.”

Review: Explosive sequel is a colossal success

By | Nov 7, 2017

The New Colossus” is the second act in a larger story: It ends with the promise of a future fight and consequently feels incomplete.

Review: Dreams die in dynamic family drama

By | Nov 6, 2017

Despite its flaws, “The Florida Project” is a devastating viewing experience.