Ah, going out to eat. One of America’s favorite pastimes. It’s all fun and games until you open the menu to find that they took the initiative of putting the calorie count next to every single dish. Seriously, guys?! I came out here to have a good time but I’m honestly having anything but that now. I was perfectly okay with not knowing that the meal I was going to order clocked in at 1,000 calories too many. I mean, come on. Why in the world does a SALAD have that many calories?! I’m looking at you, Cheesecake Factory.
So much is going on in Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore, yet so little actually happens. This is the third installment of JK Rowling’s prequel series to Harry Potter, and Rowling once again flaunts her talent for making the story appear as if so much is happening by introducing you to so many characters, […]
I’ll admit, I wasn’t a fan of the first Sonic the Hedgehog movie from pre-pandemic 2020, which I didn’t think was a hot take at the time, but oh was I wrong! As video game movies go, the film adaptation of beloved Sega character Sonic was weirdly accepted, some even dubbing it the best video […]
Throughout Batman’s onscreen history, we’ve seemingly explored every angle the character has. From the goofy surrealism of Adam West-era Batman, to Gothic camp of Tim Burton’s Batman, and then the maximalist circus of Joel Schumacher’s Batman, ending with the gritty realism of Christopher Nolan’s Batman, the film history of the Dark Knight is full of […]
Student Repertory Theater, or SRT, has just put on two student directed shows this past weekend; Blood at the Root, written by Dominique Morisseau and directed by Britney Mallebranche, and Sensitive Guys, written by MJ Kaufman directed by Kyle Imbeau. Both of these shows tackle important issues relevant to current society and left the audience […]