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Super Junior’s ‘Callin’ Review

Soo-Man (SM) Entertainment boy band Super Junior released their new single album “The Road: Winter for Spring,” along with the single “Callin” on Feb....

Like Its Main Character, ‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’ is Out for Revenge With Its Hilarious and Gorgeous Fourth Season

The Amazon Prime original series “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” is back with its fourth season of delightful and entertaining television. The entire eight-episode season...

Mitski’s New Album ‘Laurel Hell’ Is a Confessional Release on Her Music Industry Experience

Mitski, born Mitsuki Laycock, released her sixth studio album entitled “Laurel Hell” produced by the label Dead Oceans on Feb. 4. This album marks...

‘KIMI’ Is a Compelling and Quirky Take on the Robo-Apocalyptic Genre 

Editor’s Note: This review contains spoilers for the HBO Max film, “KIMI.” “KIMI,” a new Steven Soderbergh film released on HBO Max on Feb. 10,...

‘Death on the Nile’ Is an Entertaining Sequel and Mysterious Film, but an Unsurprising One at That.

The long awaited sequel to the 2017 film “Murder on the Orient Express,” “Death on the Nile,” hit theaters on Feb. 11, enticing eager...

You’ll Want to Take a Walk Down This ‘Nightmare Alley’

Originally released in theaters on Dec. 17, 2021, the neo-noir psychological thriller “Nightmare Alley” recently hit streaming platforms HBO Max and Hulu, offering audiences...

February 2022 Nintendo Direct Wrap Up

Nintendo revealed new features and games for the Switch console during their Nintendo Direct presentation on Feb. 9. Here’s a recap of the latest...

‘Uncharted’ is Unimaginative, Unrealistic and Uninspiring

“Uncharted,” an action-comedy treasure hunt film starring Tom Holland and Mark Wahlberg, was released in theaters on Feb. 18. Reminiscent of similar films including...

Segerstrom Center for the Arts’ ‘Wicked’ Is A Wondrous and Altogether Worth-While Musical Theater Experience

Now the fifth longest-running show in Broadway history with its 18-year run, “Wicked” began its limited North American residency at the Segerstrom Center for...

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