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“Sweet Tooth” by Ian McEwan Review

“Sweet Tooth” begins as any other ’70s era British spy novel with promises of intrigue, perilous love and ample suspense. But in the capable...

“American Horror Story: Asylum” “I Am Anne Frank – Part 1...

The incidents on “American Horror Story: Asylum” have been gradually leading up to the latest and most twisted episode yet, “The Origins of Monstrosity.”...

Forma “Off/On” Review

In Latin, the word “forma” means shape or figure, and in a more figurative sense it is also used to describe beauty. This implication...

“Silver Linings Playbook” Review

Cheesy? You must be thinking of another movie. Director/screenwriter David O. Russell (“The Fighter,” “Three Kings”) covers all the bases from the opening to...

“Rise of the Guardians” Review

“Rise of the Guardians” delivers the magic of the holiday season to nationwide audiences. The latest DreamWorks Animation feature film is based on children’s...

“Life of Pi” Movie Review

In 2009, Fox 2000 Pictures announced that director Ang Lee (“Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon,” “Brokeback Mountain”) had signed on for the film adaptation of...

“The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2” Review

After five years and four movies of disco ball vampirism, lupine six packs and Kristen Stewart’s monotone delivery, “The Twilight Saga” breathes its last...

Christina Aguilera “Lotus” Review

A year after the release of her album “Bionic” in 2010, Christina Aguilera returned to the spotlight as a judge on “The Voice,” and...

“Martha Marcy May Marlene” Review

As I stepped into the surprisingly spacious screening room of Downtown Riverside’s Culver Center, I expected “Martha Marcy May Marlene” to be a cookie-cutter...

Green Day “¡Dos!” Review

So let me set something straight—I consider myself a pretty big Green Day fan. I’ve defended the band when people said they sucked, and...