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‘Mortal Kombat’: Balancing fatality and realism

In “Mortal Kombat” (2021), writer Greg Russo and director Simon McQuoid aspire to blend the franchise's brutal violence and complex storyline into something that...

‘Thunder Force’’s lackluster comedy is elevated by its strong female leads

“Thunder Force,” which premiered on Netflix with stars Melissa McCarthy and Octavia Spencer at the forefront as Lydia and Emily, presents two former friends...

Seafood Sam floats on the beat as he paints his success...

Long Beach native Seafood Sam has returned with a new project, “Rocco’s World,” where he sticks to his formula of bumping West Coast beats...

‘The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers’ lives up to the original trilogy

Disney+ recently released films, such as “Soul” and “Raya and the last Dragon,” which have received positive feedback from audiences. Its latest release, “The...

‘Mad Men:’ a brutally honest rendition of of 1960s America

When discussing America in the 1960s, there is a certain element of unending fascination that is always present in those conversations. It was a...

‘The Plugs I Met 2’ finds Benny the Butcher in great...

Buffalo native and co-founder of Griselda Records Benny the Butcher has returned with his new extended play, “The Plugs I Met 2.” This is...

Zack Snyder returns with his definitive vision for “Justice League”

After stepping down as director in the wake of a family tragedy, Zack Snyder’s “Justice League” was given to Joss Whedon (the director of...

‘Superman and Lois:’ Arrowverse’s unique spinoff sets the bar high

After brief glimpses of Clark Kent in “Supergirl,” Superman fans are in for a treat with Arrowverse’s new show, “Superman and Lois.” The Arrowverse...

‘Biggie: I Got a Story to Tell’ humanizes the legendary rapper...

Netflix has released a documentary focusing on the life of the Notorious B.I.G., likely connected to the 24th anniversary of the rapper’s March 9,...

‘Killing Is Easy’ illustrates the volatile nature of authenticity 

It is no secret that Patrice O’Neal was not exactly a universally beloved comedian, like George Carlin or Dave Chappelle. In fact, during a...