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“The Magic Whip” is pure magic

Damon Albarn has become the type of musician to tackle many projects in his career. From the mix of hip-hop, electronic and alternative group...

Blomkamp fails to recreate “District 9” magic with “Chappie”

Director Neill Blomkamp is at it again, attempting to mix social commentary with science fiction in his latest movie “Chappie.” It seems very promising,...

“Smoke + Mirrors” caught in the smog of mediocrity

After phenomenal success with their hit album “Night Visions,” Imagine Dragons is back with their latest album, “Smoke + Mirrors.” This album is good...

Even the seventh son can’t save the awfulness of “Seventh Son”

Have you ever seen a movie that someone claimed is “so bad it’s good?” Well, this is not one of those movies, choosing to...

Broken pacing tarnishes “Unbroken”

Going into the theater with limited knowledge on the subject of the film, you might expect the typical World War II movie here, full...

“Secret of the Tomb” stretches tired concept

In another installment no one saw coming or particularly demanded, “Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb” seems to be the final movie...

Disney proves they still have it with “Big Hero 6”

“Big Hero 6” is the latest film from Walt Disney Animation Studios and it doesn’t disappoint: It’s a fun, action-packed film with a comedic...

Cold War Kids remain upbeat and experimental with “Hold My Home”

Fans of “Robbers and Cowards” will enjoy the latest album dropped by the Cold War Kids. “Hold My Home” has the same upbeat energy...

Iceage tries new sound for “Plowing Into the Field of Love”

Too messy for mainstream rock and alternative and too tame for punk, Iceage’s new album “Plowing Into the Field of Love” is one that...

MacFarlane and friends are bland in “A Million Ways to Die...

Seth MacFarlane is in the saddle as lead actor, director, co-writer and even producer for “A Million Ways to Die in the West.” And...