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Music Review: Beyoncé by Beyoncé

This simple cover is the most tame aspect of the new album by Beyoncé.

by Thomas Reymond, Entertainment Editor

January 29, 2014

Beyoncé's fifth studio album is all about surprises. Not only was the release of the album sudden and done without any promotion, but the record is surprisingly good. The self-named "visual album" is full of catchy beats and features big-name artists like Jay-Z, Frank Ocean and Drake, as well as...

Review: Foreverly by Billie Joe Armstrong and Norah Jones

Billie Joe Armstrong and Norah Jones try to catch the magic of the Everly Brothers' classic album.

by Christian Garza, Entertainment Editor

December 18, 2013

“Foreverly” is an interesting album for anyone looking to combine a punk pop sensibility with classic rock ‘n roll melodies. Following the blueprint of the Everly Brother’s album “Songs That Daddy Taught Us”, Billie Joe Armstrong of Green Day and jazz/folk singer Norah Jones really hit it...

Review: Catching Fire

Jennifer Lawrence's Katniss takes aim at the young adult audience.

by McKenna Topps, Reporter

December 18, 2013

Director: Francis Lawrence Cast: Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, Woody Harrelson Screenplay: Michael Arndt and Simon Beaufoy MPAA Rating: PG-13 In the second film adaptation of Suzanne Collins’ The Hunger Games series, The Girl on Fire is back with newly sparked relationships and elaborate...

Review: Call of Duty – Ghosts

When gamers answer the Call of Duty, gunsmoke ensues.

by Matthew Clancy, Reporter

December 18, 2013

Six years ago, a first person shooter video game by the name of Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, was released to the public. This game blew its players away with stunning graphics and extremely addictive gameplay. After a long line of different additions to the franchise, Call of Duty: Ghosts has now step...

Review: Oldboy

Josh Brolin's Joe Doucett can no longer be contained.

by Christian Martinez, Reporter

December 12, 2013

Director: Spike Lee Cast: Josh Brolin, Elizabeth Olsen, Samuel L. Jackson, Sharlto Copley Screenplay: Mark Protosevich MPAA Rating: R What could I, along with countless audience members and other film critics, say about remaking movies that has not already been said? How does one improve upon perfection...

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