In honor of its 10-year anniversary, this season of “Survivor” was destined to be one of the best, as producers brought back all of our favorite, and not-so-favorite, contestants for a second (and sometimes third) chance to battle it out for the million-dollar grand prize.
I’ll admit, probably like many other novel listeners to the duo, that I initially dismissed their music, finding it just overbearing and loud. However, after really giving them a thorough listen, I now understand that their sound is much more than just the electronic beats, and this characteristic is very evident on their newest album.
Although I did leave the theater unenthusiastic and confused as to the trajectory of the film, I can’t deny that the footage comprising the documentary is beyond incredible.
He proved there was some potential for success as the lead singer of the popular 90’s rock band The Wallflowers, but with the release of his sophomore solo album, “Women + Country” (released April 6), Jakob Dylan, son of legendary Bob Dylan, disappointingly delivers a slew of sub-par, often boring songs.
The story lacks depth and is generally quite dumb, but Fey and Carell do not disappoint.
Hollywood relationships rarely work because both parties are often in the spotlight and separated for long periods of time.
Expected to do extremely well at the box office and highly promoted for months, “Alice in Wonderland” is far from wonderful.
With the Oscars just a little more than a week away (March 7), it’s time for me to catch up on all of the critically acclaimed movies I failed to see in theaters.