Book of Boba Fett Review

Mikhail Precourt' 24 Contributor Star Wars: The Book of Boba Fett has now concluded, with the last episode being released on February 9th. Starting with praise, the fight scenes were action-packed and fun, especially in the team-up between Boba Fett and the Mandalorian. The final episode was especially suspenseful and is my favorite episode of... Continue Reading →

Wilcosh’s Festive Flicks

Riley Wilcosh '22 Contributor Once again, it’s time for a fresh batch of Christmas movie reviews from yours truly. But this year, I have decided to dabble in masochism. I have decided to waste hours of my time by reviewing sloppy snow, deplorable decorations, unpleasant presents, and horrible ho ho hos. For your entertainment, I... Continue Reading →

December Album Reviews

Alec Compton '22 and Ade Adedapo '23 Arts & Culture Editor and Contributor Adele: 30  It has been six years since Adele released her third studio album 25. For over half a decade, fans have been anxiously awaiting a new release. On November 19, 2021, Adele gracefully made her return with possibly her best album, 30. Each song is chockful of the meaning and emotion expected from Adele and was enjoyable to... Continue Reading →

Compton’s Christmas Compendium

Alec Compton'22 Arts & Culture Editor Dean Martin: The Dean Martin Christmas Album (1966) Dean Martin’s slick, soulful vocals sound at home amongst the gorgeous instrumentals presented here. The album is mixed so that Dean’s voice is the only stem coming through in mono, with choir vocals and the band being panned mostly in opposite... Continue Reading →

Review: Dune

Daniel Stipanovic ’25 Contributor Movies nowadays have a bad habit of extending their runtime in an attempt to capture the aesthetic of depth. Dune, however, is long but for a good reason. It takes its time to introduce the world and focuses on story and character development, rather than chocking the movie full of baseless action scenes or unnecessary plot devices. This focus on worldbuilding helps to set the stage for the upcoming sequel, as the movie does not necessarily. Dune is... Continue Reading →

Hallmark Movies: Distilled Mediocrity

Luke Perrett '24 Contributor I'm sitting in my living room on Christmas Eve, chowing down on food and enjoying the company of my family. All is not calm however, as onto the television came the bane of my Christmas existence: Christmas Hallmark movies. Quite possibly the worst “genre” of films ever made, with plot plagiarism... Continue Reading →

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