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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

December 13, 2017   |   Ithaca, NY

Review: ‘Rogue One’ rebels against Star Wars tradition

By | Jan 23, 2017

“Rogue One” is, if nothing else, a chip off the old “Star Wars” block, which works both to its strengths and its weaknesses.

Review: Boring superhero flick falls short of hype

By | Mar 29, 2016

In the end, it isn’t so much the clash between Superman and Batman as it is the clash between production value and lost potential for a greater, more wholesome story, resulting in a middle ground that’s guaranteed to polarize audiences for “Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice.”

Review: Feel-good sitcom story lacks originality

By | Feb 21, 2016

“How to Be Single” feels like a lengthy, expensive sitcom. Although it has an amusing, rom-com vibe, the movie as a whole is just the lackluster story of a journey into the world of New York City through the eyes of a bachelorette’s morning hangover glasses.

Review: Viewers starved for substance in newest ‘Hunger Games’

By | Nov 29, 2015

The final installment of the series is the weaker half of a movie who shouldn’t have been divided in the first place.

Review: “He Named Me Malala” shows activist’s heroism

By | Oct 20, 2015

“He Named Me Malala” is a true coming-of-age story for all women, especially those who have ever been socially misrepresented and have grown up without the courage to speak out against society’s wrongdoings.

Review: Minimalist script reveals humanity in war zone

By | Apr 7, 2015

After the quick escalation of a house search into a full-on riot, young British soldier Gary Hook (Jack O’Connell) is stranded in enemy streets to fend for himself against the Irish Republican Army.

Review: ‘Red Army’ uncovers Soviet past

By | Mar 25, 2015

This award-winning documentary explores the lives of Russia’s secret army during the Cold War: its national hockey team.

Q&A: Nuances of language explored in Ithaca College professor’s play

By | Feb 25, 2015

James Pfrehm, assistant professor of modern languages and literatures, had his satirical linguistics-based play, “Death by
Dictionary,” published in the Winter 2014–15 edition of The Fourth Wall Review.

Review: Moore’s performance triumphs in ‘Still Alice’

By | Feb 18, 2015

Written and directed by Richard Glatzer and Wash Westmoreland, “Still Alice” follows the life of a renowned linguistics professor after she is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s.

Ithaca College Main Stage Theater crafts new productions

By | Feb 4, 2015

The Ithaca College Main Stage Theater prepares to finish off its season with three new productions.

Review: Superb performances keep ‘Whiplash’ in tempo

By | Nov 19, 2014

“Whiplash” gives a soulful and inspiring view into the dark underbelly of making perfect music.

Review: ‘Big Hero 6’ offers futuristic fun for entire family

By | Nov 11, 2014

Disney’s newest adventure is a computer-animated romp through the future.