Monica Cho

Jackie Chan Deserves Better in <i>The Foreigner</i>

Jackie Chan Deserves Better in The Foreigner

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10/23/2017

Action thriller The Foreigner marks the return of Jackie Chan to the silver screen. His last large role was in 2010 with The Karate Kid, but he’s had minor roles in both The Lego Ninjago Movie and the Kung Fu Panda series and is still very active in Chinese cinema. The director of The Foreigner…

Critical Voices: Pink, <i>Beautiful Trauma</i>

Critical Voices: Pink, Beautiful Trauma

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10/20/2017

From start to finish, Pink’s latest album Beautiful Trauma is a proud declaration that she has matured but hasn’t lost a single ounce of the unapologetic brashness that put her on the map. Beautiful Trauma is singer-songwriter Pink (P!nk)’s seventh studio album. Although her last album release was in 2012 with The Truth About Love,…

Critical Voices: Sleeping With Sirens, <i>Gossip</i>

Critical Voices: Sleeping With Sirens, Gossip

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10/13/2017

There comes a time in the career of countless artists when they decide it’s time to go mainstream in a maybe disappointing though understandable move to keep their music relevant. To be fair, “sellout” shouldn’t be taken strictly as a negative—think Taylor Swift’s 1989 or Maroon 5’s Overexposed—but it’s always sad to see artists cast…

Critical Voices: Thomas Rhett, <i>Life Changes</i>

Critical Voices: Thomas Rhett, Life Changes

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09/22/2017

Life Changes is country pop act Thomas Rhett’s third studio album since his 2013 debut. It is reminiscent of the transition seen in Taylor Swift’s Red, with the sound caught somewhere in the limbo between country and pop music. Despite song titles like “Drink a Little Beer” that might suggest an older audience, his album…

Good Things Come in Threes at Touchstone Gallery

Good Things Come in Threes at Touchstone Gallery

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09/19/2017

At Touchstone Gallery in downtown D.C., three separate collections will be running until Oct. 1. The collections, “About Face: Reversals and Undoings,” “Physiognomy,” and “Ordered Complexities,” are all intricate explorations of the world around us, though they have little in common at the surface. For first timers at the Touchstone Gallery, the “About Face: Reversals…

The Weekly List: International Acts

The Weekly List: International Acts

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09/18/2017

If you find yourself falling into a musical slump, how about looking abroad for the next little something to spice up your playlist? 1. Man With a Mission: “Dead End in Tokyo” “Dead End in Tokyo” is a fun, pop-punk hit by Man With a Mission, a Japanese rock band that sings in English and…

30 Days 30 Songs: 30 (Plus) Songs to Stick it to the Man

30 Days 30 Songs: 30 (Plus) Songs to Stick it to the Man

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11/29/2016

In case you’re not feeling the new president-elect and simultaneously looking for a new playlist, I’ve got just the thing you’re looking for. 30 Days, 30 Songs is bringing back the political protest song, with a complete playlist “written and recorded by artists for a Trump-free America.” 30 Days, 30 Songs had the intention of…

An Energetic Return: Good Charlotte at Echostage, 11/16

An Energetic Return: Good Charlotte at Echostage, 11/16

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11/28/2016

After breaking their four-year hiatus with a four show mini-tour earlier this year, Good Charlotte performed at Echostage on Nov. 16. The Youth Authority tour featured both Good Charlotte and The Story So Far to promote Good Charlotte’s new album, Youth Authority, that was released over the summer. Although The Story So Far is a…

Concert Preview: Good Charlotte, Nov. 17, Echostage

Concert Preview: Good Charlotte, Nov. 17, Echostage

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11/10/2016

Although they’ve gone through a couple of roster changes since, forming in 1996. Good Charlotte began as four high school friends from Waldorf, Maryland, fronted by twin brothers Benji and Joel Madden. Fresh off of a 4-year hiatus, they released their sixth studio album, Youth Authority, in early November. They are credited with the revival…

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