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Actor, writer and most importantly stand-comedian John Mulaney finally graced the stage of Key Bank State Theatre at Playhouse Square Mar. 16 for two nearly sold-out shows of his Kid Gorgeous comedy tour. His show was originally scheduled for Jan. 12, but was rescheduled due to Cleveland’s naturally beautiful weather and Delta’s naturally beautiful service. […]

Sitting in a dentist office waiting room, I sift through the piles of month-old magazines. Amid the sexy golf fashion magazines (who knew those existed?) and a soap opera playing at an inaudible decibel on the flat screen, I settle on People. It is here where I find an announcement for Absentia, a 10-episode drama […]

Photos courtesy of ABC I walk into my dorm after work to find my roommate and our friend huddled around my roommate’s laptop. I scoff when I see what they’re watching: The Bachelor. I’ve had friends who have watched the show religiously for years and I always thought it was ridiculous. Over 20 women competing […]

Title: Black Panther Director: Ryan Coogler Release Date: February 16, 2018 Rating:   All photos courtesy of Marvel There is no better time or place than here and now for Black Panther–on many levels. Directed by Ryan Coogler (Creed, Fruitvale Station), Panther has created a moment of change for Marvel movies, and with hope, all […]

What if meeting one person could change your life forever? Would it be for the better or for the worse? What if everyone around was carrying a life-changing secret that you knew nothing about? For Kishikawa Naoko, this was her reality, but somehow, she managed to be the glue that held her and her loved […]

2017 was a particularly crazy year and 2018 is shaping up to be pretty similar. In an effort to find some humor in the insanity around us, and to relax amidst the stress of a new year and new semester, here are some of the highlights in comedy over the last year.   The Lucas […]

On this week’s episode, Brooke, Cameron, Conor and Dan talk new movies from Netflix, list the best things to watch on Valentine’s Day and discuss Ingmar Bergman’s first good movie.

The streetlights do little to illuminate the night as the snow crunches under the boots of a lone policeman. In the dark, he remains alert at his post. On his patrol, the officer stops at the construction of a bridge where a severed hand lays on the icy ground and blood drips from above, bespeckling […]

When reflecting on the history of science fiction cinema, it is tempting to look at the effects-driven bombast of 1980s sci-fi action as nothing but vapid genre pictures; braindead macho posturing more similar to Cobra and Commando than the heady, experimental 1970s works of trailblazers like George Lucas and Andrei Tarkovsky. And while it’s true […]

Director: Rian Johnson Studio: Lucasfilm, Disney Release Date: December 15, 2017 Rating:       “You must unlearn what you have learned.” In “The Empire Strikes Back,” this lesson from the wise, mysterious Jedi Master Yoda became a central tenet of Luke Skywalker’s struggle against the ruthless Galactic Empire. Like Luke wrestling with himself to […]


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