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“Unfinished Business”: More like unfinished script

What is Vince Vaughn still doing in movies? I mean, all that stuff he did in the early 2000s as part of the “frat pack” was over 10 years ago (“Starsky and Hutch,” “Dodgeball”)....

Less than a month from release, “Anthem’”s open demo calls for careful optimism

The beginning of the month brought with it an open demo for BioWare’s “Anthem,” giving players a first hand impression of the game. The demo itself was small and confined to only one three-part...

“House of Cards: Chapter 12” and “Chapter 13” Review

Netflix has officially released their original series, “House of Cards.” The entire first season is comprised of 13 one-hour episodes and has been available in full since Feb. 1. The decision to release the...

Kings of Leon offers a guilty pleasure with “WALLS”

You might best remember the Tennessee-based rock band, Kings of Leon, being one of the hottest bands back in 2008 and 2009 when their fourth studio effort, “Only By the Night” became a monumental...

RBG is more notorious outside “On the Basis of Sex”

Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s (RBG) legacy as a brilliant, formidable advocate for gender equality precedes her. Unfortunately, her biopic “On the Basis of Sex,” doesn’t seem to capture Ginsburg’s fierce tenacity. The legal drama follows...

Decemberists are enjoyable, unspectacular on seventh LP

It’s cliche by now that when listening to the Decemberists, you may need to keep a dictionary or reference book (or, you know, Google) by your side. The lexicon and historical and mythological knowledge...

“Machete Kills” Movie Review

If you can’t take joy in gratuitous violence and boobs, you probably won’t find much pleasure in “Machete Kills” — but you should already know that going in. After all, this is a sequel...

“The Seventh Victim” by Mary Burton Review SPOILER ALERT

What ignites a serial killer’s white-hot insanity? Is it the simmer of anticipation, bided time and fevered obsession? Mary Burton’s “The Seventh Victim” explores this concept through the terrifying exploits of an unknown assailant....

Away from the Sprawl: The Ultimate Spring Break Road Trip Playlist

That sacred time of year for college students has come—the time when you’re almost completely burnt out on unnecessary papers, annoying classmates and professors. You are probably wondering why or how that breadth class...

“Star Wars: The Force Awakens”: The Dark Side

Courtesy of Walt Disney Studio Motion Pictures “The Force Awakens” is breaking box office records, and two of our writers, Robert Lees and Nathan Swift, have differing opinions on it. Here is a little point-counterpoint...