Category Archives: Review

REVIEW: Orange’s crippling fame ruins show

By Lynsey Kunert On July 27, Netflix’s original Orange is the New Black season 6 aired and critics have despised the season for multiple reasons. In my opinion, it wasn’t the greatest because it was poorly made based on the

REVIEW: ‘Dancing with the Stars: Junior’ captures hearts of viewers

By Isabella Helm and Rachel Balsamo Dancing reaches a new-kid-sized-level in the ballroom. Dancing with the Stars Juniors has captured the hearts of many people. Although some people may disagree, it is definitely worth the time to check it out,

REVIEW: Is ‘Robin Hood’ worth the gold?

By Caroline Hager When remaking a  folktale that many adore, at least make it bigger and better than the last. Robin Hood, a movie with a good storyline, does not live up to high expectations due to poor execution of

REVIEW: Grey’s Anatomy season 15

By Renee Forsyth Grey’s Anatomy has entertained audiences with 15 seasons and has presented 325 episodes and counting. On Sept. 25, the series released its 15th season. After numerous cliffhangers at the end of season 14, the new season has

LM5: A confident, fierce album

By Marissa Mirallegro Power is something everybody should have to get their message across and Little Mix does just that in their new album, LM5. Everybody who hears this new album will be feeling confident as ever once they are

REVIEW: “A Star is Born” is a must see

By Emma Kielion A Star is Born puts the viewer deep into their feelings. Not a dry eye will leave the theatre after that film. Everyone is raving about this movie and many will even see it for the second

REVIEW: Mid90s not worth the hype

By Michelle Molina Mid90s is a coming-of-age film about a 13-year-old boy named Stevie who starts to hang out with a group of friends that introduce him to the world of recklessness and excitement. This film has received critical acclaim

REVIEW: Newest ‘Halloween’ revival is clever, thought out

By Ben Barranco After 40 years, the original face of horror and the acclaimed “Scream Queen” came back for another surprise scare. Halloween is undoubtedly one of the best films in the franchise and one of the best horror movies

Hot Pan: good but not great

By Grace Summers Looking for some dan dan noodles, dumplings, or pan fried vegetables? Hot Pan provides authentic Chinese food right in downtown Batavia. While being in a small town like Batavia, Hot Pan adequately suites our quaint town. Hot

“Bohemian Rhapsody” Queen of the screens

By Sophie Dominguez The stakes for this movie were set extremely high from the start. Making a film about one of the most iconic bands of all time is not an easy task. There are thousands of die-hard Queen fans