Once Upon A Time…In Hollywood is A Slightly Underwhelming Movie From Quentin Tarantino

It is 1969 in Los Angeles and as the decade changes, the era of Classic Hollywood is coming to a close. The Hays Code, which created strict moral guidelines for movies, has fallen and studio control over filmmakers has faded away, ushering in the New Hollywood movement of the 70’s and 80’s. Director Quentin Tarantino...

Spider-Man: Far From Home Sticks the Landing to be a Great Spider-Man Sequel

It’s been a tough few years for the people of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. A massive purple alien snapped half of all life on Earth five years into the future (an event known as the Blip), and the battle to defeat him took the lives of Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) and Steve Rogers (Chris...

Critical Voices: Jonas Brothers, Happiness Begins

If you woke up on June 7 thinking that you were suddenly back in 2009, don’t worry: you did not accidentally time travel. A decade after the release of their previous album, Lines, Vines and Trying Times (2009), the Jonas Brothers have finally returned with their highly anticipated fifth studio album, Happiness Begins (2019). The...

John Wick Chapter 3: Parabellum is a Stunning Action Thrill Ride with a Nonsensical Plot

Nothing can stop John Wick. This is seemingly true for both Keanu Reeves’ out-of-retirement assassin and his film franchise, as the action-packed series blasts its way through an improbably fun third chapter. This entry picks up where the last one left off, with every assassin in New York after John Wick (Reeves) because he has...

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Critical Voices: Jonas Brothers, <i>Happiness Begins</i>

Critical Voices: Jonas Brothers, Happiness Begins

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06/19/2019

If you woke up on June 7 thinking that you were suddenly back in 2009, don’t worry: you did not accidentally time travel. A decade after the release of their previous album, Lines, Vines and Trying Times (2009), the Jonas Brothers have finally returned with their highly anticipated fifth studio album, Happiness Begins (2019). The…

This is <i>A Bronx Tale</i>

This is A Bronx Tale

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05/03/2019

Love or fear? That is the question that permeates the musical A Bronx Tale. Based on Chazz Palminteri’s own life, A Bronx Tale follows Calogero (Joey Barreiro) as he grows up in the Bronx neighborhood of New York. At the age of nine, Calogero (Frankie Leoni) meets the infamous neighborhood boss Sonny (Joe Barbara), who…

Disneynature’s <i>Penguins</i> Melts Hearts and Expectations

Disneynature’s Penguins Melts Hearts and Expectations

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04/26/2019

Unforgiving ice and snow bombard the Antarctic tundra. After this storm, the plain is desolate—lifeless. Suddenly, a beak breaks through the blanket of snow. Against all odds, Adeline the penguin has survived, with an egg in tact underneath her. This is not just a showing of survival, it is a display of resilience. Disneynature’s Penguins…

Critical Voices: Anderson .Paak, <i>Ventura</i>

Critical Voices: Anderson .Paak, Ventura

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04/26/2019

Anderson .Paak is truly a jack of all trades: a singer, multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, and producer. His music incorporates a wide array of influences, building from the foundations of funk gods like Parliament and Funkadelic and soul masters like Otis Redding and Stevie Wonder. Yet he also dabbles in the now, as his music frequently contains…

Melt Performs at Georgetown, Shows Promising Future

Melt Performs at Georgetown, Shows Promising Future

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04/25/2019

Did you hear? Leavey’s Bulldog Alley is the hottest new concert venue in town. GU Phantoms member Eric Dickstein (C’21) brought his rising band, Melt, to campus on Saturday, April 13th for a free late night show at Bulldog Alley. “It feels incredible,” said Dickstein about performing with Melt at Georgetown for the first time….

<i>In Your Shoes</i> Preview: A Collaborative and Original Performance

In Your Shoes Preview: A Collaborative and Original Performance

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04/24/2019

Last semester, a team of Georgetown professors and students partnered with Patrick Henry College, a Christian institution in rural Purcellville, Virginia, to write and perform a brand-new theatrical piece. In Your Shoes is the work of Professor Derek Goldman, co-director of the Laboratory for Global Performance and Politics at Georgetown; Professor Daniel Brumberg, an Associate…

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