Bankrupt!: Phoenix is still rich with ideas – 4/5 stars
Online ExclusiveMay 9, 2013 By Juhi Gupta
The French indie rockers Phoenix take the stage again with the recent release of Bankrupt!, an electrifying and upbeat album not only containing substance reminiscent of the band’s original sound but also integrating new, experimental material.
Jurassic Park blows audience’s mind again with 3D – 4.8/5 stars
Online ExclusiveMay 5, 2013 By Stanley Zhao
The newly redefined IMAX 3D version of Jurassic Park has once again enthralled moviegoers with its remastered video and sound quality.
Emerging band Hands debuts electrifying album – 4/5 stars
Online ExclusiveMay 1, 2013 By Tiara Bhatacharya
Hands officially released its debut album Synesthesia yesterday, immersing listeners in good vibes and catchy melodies.
Rising star B. Smyth debuts single “Leggo” – 4.5/5 stars
Online ExclusiveApril 17, 2013 By Natasha Mayor
Nineteen-year-old B. Smyth’s debut single “Leggo” is rapidly gaining popularity. The young R&B artist’s track has made its way to the radio and has gained over two million views on YouTube.
Ten best TV shows and movies to watch on Netflix
Online ExclusiveApril 10, 2013 By Juhi Gupta
Bored of studying for APs? Take a break and log onto Netflix! Watch some of the best TV shows and movies in cinematic history by taking your pick from the following list.
Fall Out Boy “Saves Rock and Roll” with new album – 5/5 stars
Online ExclusiveApril 9, 2013 By Elisabeth Siegel
On February 2, Fall Out Boy publicly denied intentions of reforming after its three-year break. Less than 48 hours later, the group released a single, announced 33 worldwide tour dates, and made its comeback album available for preorder.
“Hannibal” premiere serves as deliciously terrifying start
Online ExclusiveApril 5, 2013 By Emily Chu
Premiered yesterday, NBC’s new series “Hannibal” offers its audience a deliciously terrifying narrative.
The Croods: A well developed animated film – 4/5 stars
Online ExclusiveApril 2, 2013 By Stanley Zhao
Following the footsteps of other DreamWorks films such as Ice Age and Shrek, The Croods delivers an engrossing and humorous story aided by brilliant animation and CGI.
Admission: A humorous peek into college admissions process – 3.5/5 stars
Online ExclusiveMarch 25, 2013 By Catherine Manea
Have you ever wondered what goes on behind closed doors of the typical college admissions office? Paul Weitz’ Admission does just that, while incorporating a humorous script and charming cast.
Review: Oz the Great and Powerful – 3/5 stars
Online ExclusiveMarch 18, 2013 By Apurva Gorti
You’ve got The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, Wicked, and now Oz the Great and Powerful. What makes L. Frank Baum’s century old fantasyland of Oz so intriguing? It’s uncertain, but originality definitely isn’t it.