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<i>Wonder Woman</i>: A Jewel in DC Comics’ Crown

Wonder Woman: A Jewel in DC Comics’ Crown


Wonder Woman, the origin story of the iconic superwoman, is DC’s long-awaited comeback after their disastrous 2016 films. Batman vs. Superman was so brooding and uninspiring that it averaged a 28% on Rotten Tomatoes. Suicide Squad, the pathetically bad result of endless reworks, earned a mere 25% rating. In contrast, Wonder Woman is refreshing, well-directed,…

<i>Maudie</i> Praises Love Amidst Differences

Maudie Praises Love Amidst Differences


Maudie begins with a close up between a painting and an artist. A small woman paints flowers and smiles in delight at her talent as a title card introduces her as “Maudie.” Maud Lewis (Sally Hawkins,) born in 1903, was a Canadian folk artist crippled from an early age by arthritis. Despite her affliction, Lewis…

Concert Preview: Ryan Adams, May 12, Merriweather Post Pavilion

Concert Preview: Ryan Adams, May 12, Merriweather Post Pavilion


Alternative-rock and country solo artist Ryan Adams will perform at Merriweather Post Pavilion on May 12 to promote his new album, Prisoner. Adams is known for his large repertoire of songs, releasing roughly an album per year since 2000. Originally the frontman of the alternative country band Whiskeytown, Adams has been a solo artist since…

A Case for the Classics: <i>John Adams</i>

A Case for the Classics: John Adams


American Revolution history is one of the great passions of my life. Something about the frilly dress shirts and the bullheaded men who fought for liberty, justice, and independence interests me endlessly. In recent years, though historical dramas have been on the rise, the Founding Fathers have not received very much attention. In a search…

A Case for the Classics: <i>City Lights</i>

A Case for the Classics: City Lights


In City Lights (1931), one of Charlie Chaplin’s most celebrated films, the Little Tramp does what he does best: finds himself in ridiculous situations. The plots of Chaplin films are hardly essential; his films are watched for their slapstick humor and the funny, familiar face of the lovable Little Tramp. In City Lights the Tramp…

<i>Split</i>: Back to Form

Split: Back to Form

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M. Night Shyamalan’s movies are known for their twists. Looking at his résumé, it is not hard to see why audiences have come to expect that final, shocking revelation that changes everything, for better or for worse. In Split, Shyamalan surprises by crafting a convoluted, yet intriguing story from beginning to end. He wastes little…

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