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<i>Rampage</i> Blames Humans for Overgrown, Destructive Animals

Rampage Blames Humans for Overgrown, Destructive Animals

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04/24/2018

Shockingly, Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson plays an strapping, resourceful good guy in Rampage. This time, though, he’s a bit under the height requirement. In this unlikely, formulaic tale, three genetically-modified animals grow 10 times their normal sizes and begin destroying everything in their wake. Fresh off of Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, which is now…

Concert Preview: Beck, April 26, The Anthem

Concert Preview: Beck, April 26, The Anthem

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04/24/2018

For over 20 years, the singer-songwriter Beck has been releasing music inspired by styles and genres from hip-hop to folk, and fusing them to create a trademark sound that has brought him success while maintaining his changing and genre-blurring sound. He garnered fame in the mid-90’s with the surprise breakthrough single “Loser,” a slacker anthem…

Mask and Bauble’s <i>Footloose</i> is an Unpretentious Good Time

Mask and Bauble’s Footloose is an Unpretentious Good Time

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04/19/2018

It’s pretty safe to say that there are few who are unfamiliar with the general storyline of Footloose. Whether it’s the original film with a young Kevin Bacon or the adapted musical, Footloose holds an iconic position in our collective memories of the ‘80s, right alongside brightly-colored scrunchies and rigid mom jeans. As Mask and…

Concert Preview: The Decemberists, April 21, The Anthem

Concert Preview: The Decemberists, April 21, The Anthem

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04/19/2018

Despite earning a dedicated fan base through their critically acclaimed albums Picaresque (2005) and The Crane Wife (2006), The Decemberists seemed to have fallen off the scene in the past few years. Their new album I’ll Be Your Girl, however, seeks to change up their style and tone, while maintaining their uniquely powerful lyricism and…

Tucci’s <i>The Final Portrait</i> is Brooding Yet Boring

Tucci’s The Final Portrait is Brooding Yet Boring

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04/17/2018

Stanley Tucci’s The Final Portrait explores the trope of the tortured artist through its vignette of painter and sculptor, Alberto Giacometti, as he creates one of his last great works. The plot’s repetitiveness prevents the film from fully engaging the viewer, as its seems to stop and start as frequently as Giacometti paints over his…

<i>The Miracle Season</i> is Average, But in a Good Way

The Miracle Season is Average, But in a Good Way

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04/13/2018

There is a genre of film, often based on true stories, that is characterized by its coupling of heart-wrenching tragedies with inspirational tales of hope and redemption. The Miracle Season fits within this formulaic mold, but as far as tragedy-turned-triumph movies go, the film is a positive representation of cinema of its kind. Directed by…

<i>A Quiet Place</i> is a Parent’s Worst Nightmare

A Quiet Place is a Parent’s Worst Nightmare

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04/13/2018

A Quiet Place begins in the middle of a story: Without speaking, a mother and her children search a disordered, abandoned store. As the older daughter walks around the space, her younger brother wanders from sight. The camera cuts suddenly away from the girl’s silent, gentle gaze to her younger brother’s shoes, his heels lifting…

<i>She Kills Monsters</i> is Bursting with Friendship, Foes, and Fantasy

She Kills Monsters is Bursting with Friendship, Foes, and Fantasy

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04/13/2018

Blood. Humor. Geeks. Nomadic Theatre’s spring production, Qui Nguyen’s She Kills Monsters, is a comedic, action-packed, and down-to-earth narrative that is easy to enjoy. A heartfelt story about the fraught adolescence of a young girl, She Kills Monsters promotes self-love in a society of pressure and prejudice with a blend of witty dialogue and dynamic…

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