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There is a nugget of genius in “American Dream,” but it is never polished into something brilliant.
“Death Note” is neither a strong stand-alone story nor is it a compelling retelling of the manga.
“If I’m Lucky”
It’s a tired set up, and because director David F. Sandberg doesn’t mix up the formula, the film is bogged down by cliche.
“Whether it’s the specialty shows or the modern rock, the students do a really great job of keeping it sounding good.”
“Ingrid Goes West” is a multifaceted, character-rich, hilarious examination of celebrity culture, mental illness and social media addiction.
“The Circle” is another in a long line of science fiction films that recklessly damns innovation without acknowledging the necessity of advancement.
“The Rover” is the final main stage production from the Ithaca College theater department for the 2016–17 season.
It isn’t the job of art to answer questions, but to ask them — “The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks” does the bare minimum.
“The Void” falters and becomes the very thing directors Jeremy Gillespie and Steven Kostanski attempt to avoid becoming — predictable.
The album fills the void left by the disappearance of classic rock, a hole in the musical landscape that only the giants of the genre can repair.