Category Archives: Entertainment

REVIEW: Bryan hits a high mark with “What Makes You Country”

By Brandon Kalsch Luke Bryan recently released a new good album, appropriately titled  “What Makes You country.” In the highest rated song on the album also titled “What Makes You Country,”  Bryan embraces what makes you who you are. Also,

’15:17 to Paris’ the movie to see

By Katie Cole One shooter. Two guns. Three best friends instantly becoming heroes. 15:17 to Paris is based off of the true story of the 2015 Thalys train terrorist attack in France. Released Feb. 9, this inspiring movie has already

REVIEW: Illenium’s latest album is a hit

By Neal Patel Illenium’s latest album, Awake, is everything I could’ve asked for and more–I can’t stop listening! Thirteen tracks of pure Illenium greatness come together for an album that will impress you start to finish. His unprecedented production combined

REVIEW: ‘Call Me by Your Name’ is a moving romance

By Izzy Mach The film Call Me by Your Name is Luca Guadginos’ adaptation of the book Call Me by Your Name written by André Aciman in 2007. This coming-of-age story is set “somewhere in northern Italy” in 1983 and

‘Jumanji’ review: living life on the edge

By Elisa Reamer Jake Kasdan brings on an action-filled reboot of the 1995 version of Jumanji. Though the same concept, the movies are uncomparable. No movie could be as great as one that Williams starred in, but this is still

REVIEW: BØRNS returns with a hit album

By Abigail Solano Starting off the new year strong, BØRNS released his newest album Blue Madonna on Jan. 12. After a three-year hiatus from releasing new music, 2018 has brought his second album that includes 12 noteworthy tracks. The indie/alternative

REVIEW: ‘Lady Bird’ a coming-of-age story like no other

By Vanessa True Greta Gerwig’s Lady Bird is a funny, purely human, coming-of-age story. Gerwig is a talented actress, writer, and director that has had some major impact in the film industry. Lady Bird has had a highly respected year

REVIEW: Swordfish, a new, fun experience

By Emilee Ivan Tucked away in Batavia lies a wonderful restaurant that brings culture to our town. From the moment you walk in, you are taken into another world.  The room surrounded by a deep red room with tealight candles

REVIEW: ‘Pitch Perfect 3’ not that perfect

By Erin Golden Pitch Perfect 3 may not have been a perfect movie but it sure got a lot of laughs out of people, including me. Pitch Perfect 1 and 2 had a nice storyline that made sense, while Pitch

REVIEW: Terrifically thorough thought in ‘Thunderhead’

By Rudy Mix An omniscient being, intriguing politics, and teenagers just trying to understand society are all present in this book and its prequel. Scythe is the first book in the Arc of a Scythe trilogy, written by Neal Shusterman.