Archive for Tag Archives: ' review'

“Dear White People” brings light to racism

Shelby Escott Features Editor Producing laughs while bringing to light the still real problem of discrimination, “Dear White People” brings a bold voice to the cinema. The movie focuses on four black students facing their own [...]

RoboCop good but not great

Brandon Clutter Staff Writer On Feb. 12, 2014, the “RoboCop” reboot, a film based on the original 1987 movie, hit the silver screen. Comparisons to the sci-fi classic were inevitable. However, though given the same title [...]

Lego Movie brings out the kid in all of us

William Tanner Managing Editor When the LEGO movie was first announced, I was totally psyched. It seemed like the perfect idea. Then I saw the first preview and I wasn’t sure about it. After the theatrical [...]

Arcade Fire’s latest a glorious mess

Travis Danner Editor in chief   Arcade Fire “Reflektor” (2013) What’s a band to do after it’s graduated from being the little-band-that-could into a mainstream award-winning juggernaut? A double album, of course! “Reflektor,” Arcade Fire’s first [...]

Drake shows a different side on new album

Martin Gallegos Staff Writer “Nothing Was The Same” is completely different from what was expected from Drake. However, in this case, it’s a good thing. Drake’s highly-anticipated third album has finally dropped. What I was expecting [...]

Summer Movie Blockbuster: Pacific Rim

By William Tanner  Arts & Entertainment Editor For three months, previews teased of the gratuitous action we would see in the sci-fi thriller “Pacific Rim.” I hungered for this movie every day until I finally got [...]

LPC musical ‘Hair’ was well worth watching

Katrina Gardner Arts & Entertainment Editor  There’s more to it than just sex, drugs, rock and roll and hair. Throughout the distractions of the psychedelic age, sexual desires and the haze of drugs lay a powerful [...]