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John Krasinski proves he’s no one-hit wonder with ‘A Quiet Place Part II’

In 2018, John Krasinski captured many by surprise with his revolutionary horror film “A Quiet Place.” The notion of Jim from “The Office” writing, directing and starring in a horror film seemed far-fetched, yet...

Olivia Rodrigo is revitalizing the breakup album

There is no one who can do angst better than a teenager, and 18-year-old Olivia Rodrigo showcases that in her debut album “SOUR.” She incorporates the pain and the sorrow that come with being...

‘Midnight in Paris’ explores love and nostalgia in a quirky yet meaningful way

  One of the best parts about remembering a treasured memory is how sweepingly it can overtake our state of mind. One minute you’re sitting on a desk overwhelmed with papers and trinkets, watching an...

J. Cole shows no sign of slowing down with his latest album ‘The Off-Season’

Fayettvilles’s very own J. Cole has returned with his sixth full length album, “The Off-Season.” This album marks his return after a deadly pandemic year underlined by a fiery summer of anti-police brutality protests....

‘Spaceballs’ the replay

Mel Brooks is without a doubt the big-screen king of spoofs and satire. With classics such as the hilarious western spoof “Blazing Saddles” and his comedic take on classic Hollywood horror “Young Frankenstein,” Mel...

Visual distractions and a plodding narrative in ‘Monster’ makes for a boring watch

Two men fight with a bodega owner over a gun. The gun goes off and the bodega owner dies. Three men are arrested for the murder, but was one of them actually involved? This...

Spring Splash: A few dazzling performances and a disappointing headliner

  A year after its cancellation at the onset of the pandemic, Spring Splash 2021 made an impressive virtual return on Saturday, May 8. Despite being headlined by a prerecorded 21 Savage performance, the ASPB...

‘The Bad Batch’ starts off a new journey in a changing galaxy

Released on May the Fourth, “The Bad Batch” celebrated “Star Wars” Day by introducing fans to a brand new animated series. “The Bad Batch” features Clone Force 99, also known as the Bad Batch,...

‘Mindhunter’: An enthralling true crime classic

True crime is one of those genres that has evolved significantly since it gained popularity in the 1990s. A superficial fascination with violent crime has morphed over time into a fascination with the person...

‘Invincible’ is action-packed and violently fun 

“Invincible” aired its first three episodes on Amazon Prime on March 27, but it had a history before hitting the streaming service. “Invincible” began as a comic book in 2003, written by Robert Kirkman...