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Dua Lipa’s ‘Future Nostalgia’ implores us to dance in this time of isolation

Courtesy of Warner Records Music is a wonderful thing, it can lift us up when we are feeling down, and vice versa. As we face a pandemic, it’s...

‘The Talented Mr. Ripley,’ a gem of the psychological thriller genre

“The Talented Mr. Ripley” is a 1999 psychological thriller that captures the power of charisma and charm and the chess game of interpersonal politics. It explores themes of amorality and the triumph of evil,...

The good, bad and the snubs of the 2021 Grammy nominations 

  Every year, the announcement of the annual Grammy nominations provokes criticism, and this year is no different. This year, in an effort to diversify, the Grammys changed the urban contemporary category to progressive R&B,...

‘Shadow and Bone’ explores the fantastical elements of Leigh Bardugo’s Grishaverse.

Book enthusiasts have been celebrating since the television show “Shadow and Bone” came out on April 23 on Netflix. It is based on the very popular young adult fantasy novels by Leigh Bardugo known...

2018’s Block Party may have just been one of UCR’s best concerts

If you’re anything like me and would rather stay in alone than ever think about going to a concert, then it’s probably accurate to say that Block Party never appealed to you in your...

The Depressing Themes Hiding in Bojack Horseman’s Closet

The Netflix original “Bojack Horseman” is based on a dramatization of Hollywood, following a washed up actor trying to salvage his career while struggling with substance abuse and depression. Whilst the show features a...

Excitement and concern: the big news of Star Wars Celebration 2019

With the end of 2019’s iteration of the annual Star Wars Celebration, new details about upcoming Star Wars content has been revealed. As Star Wars fanatics, we sat down to discuss all different topics...

50 years later, Monty Python continues to entertain fans new and old alike

On Oct. 5, the famous British comedy troupe Monty Python celebrated the 50th anniversary of the first airing of their groundbreaking sketch comedy show, “Monty Python’s Flying Circus.” Since its debut in 1969, “Flying...

Scorsese delivers on yet another crime classic with ‘The Irishman’

When film fans talk about the best filmmakers of all time, one name is sure to make everyone’s list: Martin Scorsese. Most known for his iconic crime films, it’s been over 10 years since...

Radar Replay: ‘The Velvet Underground & Nico’ is as relevant today as it was...

Courtesy of Wikimedia Commons If there is any important album known for being a complete failure when it was initially released, it’s The Velvet Underground’s debut album. When...