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“The Amazing Spider-Man 2” spins a web of mediocrity

I’ve always been an “Iron Man” fan at heart. The suit, the gadgets and Robert Downey Jr. always have my attention when I’m glued...

“Transitions” bores audiences with repetitive guitar riffs

Initially, I expected that a two-man band originating from Stockholm would not fail to provide a unique and interesting sound that differed from normal...

“Walk of Shame” is shameful

“Walk Of Shame” has probably flown under the radar of a lot of moviegoers. The film had the tragic fate of being released on...

“Brick Mansions” fails to draw audience in despite interesting storyline

As a film that does not take itself too seriously while highlighting a community divided by social class, “Brick Mansions” sends off Paul Walker...

“The Quiet Ones” falls victim to usual horror cliches

I couldn't wait to see “The Quiet Ones” when I saw that it was coming from Hammer Film Productions. This year has been less...

“Goat Simulator” asks: How much will you pay for a good...

“Simulation” is a scary word to a good portion of the video game community. Hearing or reading it, some people instantly conjure images of...

The 21 and Over Club: Area 51

Probing Area 51 Aliens have landed in Riverside, and while they didn’t probe anyone, they did leave behind some tasty beers. Area 51 Craft Brewery...

The 21 and Over Club: Wick’s Brewery and Restaurant

Getting Wet With Wick’s I forgot all about the torrential rain and gridlocked 91 freeway once I walked into Wick’s Brewery Wednesday night. They had...

“The Great Gatsby” Review

If there's one thing Baz Luhrmann does well, it's theatrics. From 1996's “Romeo + Juliet” to 2001's “Moulin Rouge!” Luhrmann has an obvious knack...

“Injustice: Gods Among Us” Video Game Review

4.5 out of 5 stars From the creators of Mortal Kombat comes “Injustice: Gods Among Us,” a somewhat revolutionary fighting game featuring characters from the...