Friday, August 12, 2022

Review: Webster’s DADAH exhibit

Opinion: Webster's DADAH exhibit left me with burning questions and pompous answers

Review: ‘Tokyo Vice’ nails the art of investigative slow-burn

With information, there is always a cost. The classic vice unit-style crime show has been on the backburner of American television for quite a while...

Review: ‘Sisters’

In a year of great female-lead comedies, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler almost add to the roster with the hilarious but uneven Sisters. Sisters follows...

Barstool Sports must be held accountable for promoting toxicity

In 2010, Barstool Sports creator Dave Portnoy wrote, “I never condone rape, but if you are a size 6 and wearing skinny jeans you...
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Review: ‘Halloween Kills’ is a good horror movie and a bad sequel

“Halloween Kills” is an entertaining slasher film and a great follow-up to Green’s 2018 outing, even if it’s not as good as that film. As...

Review: ‘Jujutsu Kaisen 0’ falls victim to its own cursed energy

“Jujutsu Kaisen 0” is just as the title suggests - a zero. “Jujutsu Kaisen” took the anime world by storm after its release in October...

Disney’s removal of Gina Carano is too little, too late

When Gina Carano was removed from future Lucasfilm projects this week, fans saw it as evidence of Disney finally standing up against prejudice. As...

Review: ‘Solar Opposites’ is definitely worth the watch

“Solar Opposites” won’t have the cultural impact of “Rick and Morty,” nor are its best moments as iconic. However, being an underrated gem may...

Review: ‘The Danish Girl’

Coming off of his critically acclaimed role as Stephen Hawking, Eddie Redmayne is going for the gold again playing one of the first recipients...

Reliving the U.S. Coast Guard’s ‘Finest Hours’

In the title of their book, authors Michael J. Tougias and Casey Sherman called the rescue of oil tanker SS Pendleton the “U.S. Coast...

I wished for remakes and I regret my life’s choices

Having loved games since childhood, there are many games I wished would get a sequel, remake or port. Apparently, I made those wishes on...

Why ‘WandaVision’ deserves the first spot in Marvel’s Phase 4

There will likely never be a cinematic achievement of the same caliber as the Infinity Saga, and “WandaVision” is proof that it doesn’t have...

Review: ‘Joy’

The biopic about the headstrong Miracle Mop creator is deeply flawed in its structure, but is elevated by great work from Jennifer Lawrence. Joy, directed...

Webster Art Shows Review

There were two Webster art events last weekend; Leslie Mutchler and Jason Urban’s “Ordinal Solid” was opening on Friday, and “Adorn or Disfigure,” the...

Why ‘Tina’ is a lot more than just the story of a singer

I would absolutely recommend this documentary, though one should know going in that it has some heavy and potentially triggering content. Last night, I watched...

Review: ‘Kirby and the Forgotten Land’ is an all round good time

There are no bad Kirby games - only games ranging from good to excellent. “Kirby and the Forgotten Land,” the franchise’s first major 3D...