While “Artemis” works as an exciting heist novel, it fails to satiate the reader’s desire for new and unexplored sci-fi anomalies. Protagonist Jazz Bashara possesses incredible intelligence and cunning. She works as a porter, smuggling illegal items into a city. Oh, and she lives on the moon. She also happens to be extremely poor, living a tiny, coffin-sized apartment in the poorest area of her hometown, Artemis. As she said,…
DC has done it again. Impressed us with their ability to release an over hyped, badly written, and pathetically plotted movie. I really wish I just stayed home.
Widely praised since being released, “Coco” tells the story of Miguel, a boy in Mexico who aspires to be a musician but suddenly finds himself in the Land of the Dead where he must find his relatives and find out the truth about his heritage.
Popular Netflix original “Stranger Things” returns with a emotionally captivating yet not quite as dynamic second season.
With moody pop vibes and vulnerable lyrics, Taylor Swift’s “Reputation” shifts the direction of pop albums. Listening to “Reputation” feels like falling in love, and Swift creates one crazy ride.
The Museum of Ice Cream is a pop up in San Francisco until 2018. With a pool of sprinkles and treats throughout the museum, MOIC immerses visitors in a childhood fantasy.
“Blade Runner 2049” is a nostalgic callback to the original and its style, for better or for worse. Set in the sprawling and gritty megacity of Los Angeles in the year 2049, “Blade Runner 2049” follows the life of Officer K, a blade runner. Blade runners are people tasked with hunting down escaped replicants, or those manufactured to serve as slaves. The story develops as K uncovers an earth-shattering truth…
“Kingsman: The Golden Circle” is fast-paced and intense, but also weighed down by cliché and repetitive plot lines and characters.
Netflix’s westernized, live-action adaptation of the popular manga and anime series “Death Note” disappoints fans of the franchise with lack of thematic and cultural nuance, but excites audiences entertained by Hollywood gore, romance and action.