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“The House with a Clock in Its Walls” is an embodiment of the problem...

“The House with a Clock in Its Walls” follows a young orphan named Lewis, who moves in with his uncle, Johnathan (Jack Black), following the death of his parents. Shortly after arriving, Lewis discovers...

2018’s Block Party may have just been one of UCR’s best concerts

If you’re anything like me and would rather stay in alone than ever think about going to a concert, then it’s probably accurate to say that Block Party never appealed to you in your...

“Spider-Man” is the most quintessential superhero game since “Arkham City”

In this day and age, comic books, and the countless media franchises that have spawned from them, are nothing short of iconic. Some of the most well known figures in pop culture, characters such...

Unholy, ugly and unbearable: With cheap jump scares and bad cgi “The Nun” fails...

One of the most inconsistent yet interesting modern movie franchises has to be that of James Wan’s “The Conjuring,” and its respective sequel and spin off titles. The first film, which was released more...

Things to catch up on over summer vacation

School’s out for summer and, even with part-time jobs and summer classes, that means a lot of free time for most of us. While you can be responsible and fill that time with studying...

“The Incredibles 2” offers fans a reason to forgive Brad Bird for “Tomorrowland”

It’s been nearly 14 years since the release of “The Incredibles,” and other than the occasional outcry for a sequel, or the equally sporadic and random influxes of “Where’s my supersuit” memes which served...

Kanye West offers a compelling, emotional and surprisingly human experience with “Ye”

After an over two year hiatus, with the exception of a few inconsequential features and some production work on the side, Kanye West has returned in full force. Following “Daytona,” which was exclusively produced...

“13 Reasons Why” fails to handle the issues it struggles to address

Earlier this month the second season of Netflix’s controversial original series, “13 Reasons Why,” premiered on the site. It sparked controversy almost immediately for a rape scene that was considered by many to be...

Beautiful composition and breathtaking animation can’t save “Darling in the FranXX” from crashing and...

“Darling in the FranXX” has proven to be the biggest disappointment to come out of the 2018 winter anime season. Now, before you think I’m getting carried away, allow me to elaborate: it’s far...

“Solo” doesn’t disappoint fans, but it doesn’t do much else

If you held the same views as myself, and hundreds of thousands of other Star Wars fans, “Solo” was a very dicey proposal. In the year and a half leading up to the film’s...