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‘Bombshell’ and ‘Richard Jewell’ stage tone-deaf portraits of the recent past

This past winter break, I had the unfortunate pleasure of wasting $20 and 240 minutes of my time watching “Bombshell” and “Richard Jewell” in theaters. Thankfully, I was also able to catch “Little Women” and… Read More...

‘You’ Season Two: the same old open curtains

I’ve realized two things over winter break: first, I watch far too much television, and second, second seasons of television shows rarely ever live up to the first. The first season of “You” introduced us… Read More...

The way of the fan: a brief retrospective of Disney’s ‘Star Wars’

If it isn’t already clear from the headline, I am a huge Star Wars fan and have loved the franchise ever since I watched the original trilogy on my grandparents’ VHS. Throughout these three films,… Read More...

Mom Rock is cool for kids and dads too

WBRS, if you’re reading this, I have the perfect band to play in Chum’s. Boston-based and incredibly talented, Mom Rock is the band to have on your radar. I first heard Mom Rock at the… Read More...

Ten years later, I’m still upset about ‘Inception’: an open letter to Christopher Nolan

I will admit it: I’m not the biggest movie buff. I estimate that I step into a movie theater about once a year. But “Inception” is a film that I love to watch every few… Read More...

‘Harley Quinn’ is hyper active and hyper hilarious

In recent days, DC Comics has had a bit of a darker streak. The DC films directed by Zach Synder (“Man of Steel,” “Batman v. Superman” and sort-of “Justice League”) gave a gritty outlook on… Read More...

Pentatonix brought Christmas cheer to Boston

On Dec. 11, braving the cold and wind, Jennifer and I (Polina) traveled to Boston University’s Agganis Arena to see “A Pentatonix Christmas Tour 2019.” Pentatonix, often abbreviated as PTX, is a five-member American Grammy-Award-winning… Read More...

‘Cats’ reminded me why I’m a dog person

How do you review a movie that was awful in every way? I went into “Cats” a hopeful Taylor Swift fan, excited to see her performance in the movie that she has been strongly promoting… Read More...

‘Little Women’ on the big screen should not be missed

“Little Women” was written by Louisa May Alcott 150 years ago, and her novel has been passed down generation after generation due to its relevant themes and relatable characters. Now the story has been brought… Read More...

‘Uncut Gems’ Review: Sandman’s Madman Grand Plan Spans Prostate Glands and Contraband

Raise your hand if you’ve seen a movie in theaters this winter. Now keep it raised if, before any of these movies, you saw a trailer for “Uncut Gems.” You’re not sure? It’s got Adam… Read More...
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