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Review: I binged “Attack on Titan” in a week

After having so many of my friends recommend the show “Attack on Titan,” I finally caved once I found out it was trending worldwide....

Review: On “Positions (Deluxe),” Ariana Grande is a colorful storyteller with a lighthearted touch

With Ariana Grande’s “Positions (Deluxe)”, the artist builds on her momentum and introduces listeners to some of her sweetest songs yet. While “Positions” came...

“Judas and the Black Messiah” review: A powerfully brutal reminder of America’s dark history

The story of the Black Panther Party is often-untold part of African American History. Though the Civil Rights Movement often steals the spotlight, the...

Album review: “The Highlights” by The Weeknd

The raving Super Bowl LV performer, The Weeknd, has done it again.  Leading up to his big-time performance, the singer, whose given name is Abel...

Video Game Review: The troubles of “Cyberpunk 2077”

Broken, buggy and unfinished. These are not the words anyone wants to hear associated with a new game, let alone something as high profile...

“Sound of Metal” review: When the world fades into silence

The “Sound of Metal” follows Ruben (Riz Ahmed), a heavy metal drummer touring across the country in a motorhome with his girlfriend Lou (Olivia...

Famous YouTuber MrBeast creates a fast-food chain overnight

Hit YouTuber Jimmy Donaldson (famously known as MrBeast) has now opened a restaurant chain, called MrBeast Burger. The restaurant follows an unconventional business model. While...

“WW84” review: A wonderful disaster

When a big-budget, studio tentpole film fails to deliver, the experience of watching them is often similar. They are overly long and cliched-to-death mechanical...

Album review: Future and Lil Uzi Vert’s “Pluto x Baby Pluto”

Just months after rapper Lil Uzi Vert released his long-awaited album “Eternal Atake,” he collaborated with fellow rapper Future to put together the album...

“The Trial of the Chicago 7” review: the first duty of a revolutionary is to get away with it

There are far too many films that are nothing more than guilty-pleasures. Netflix's “The Trial of the Chicago 7,” directed by Aaron Sorkin, isn’t...

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