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“Transformers: The Last Night” loses the battle

There is little to be said for the “Transformers” film series exclusively directed by Michael Bay. Through the course of 10 years starting with the generally tolerable first entry, the franchise (based on Hasbro’s action figures) has been a glutton for some of the most

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“Baby Driver” gets the summer movie scene on the road

The summer blockbuster season is in full swing with mega-budgeted franchises like “Transformers” and “Spider-Man” hitting theaters. While this is no different than summers of years’ past, modestly budgeted films still manage to break through the mold of traditional summer action and explosions to give

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Lorde’s Day: A track-by-track review of “Melodrama”

June 16, 2017 truly was the Lorde’s day. Singer-songwriter Ella Yelich-O’Connor, better known as her stage name Lorde, released her first album in four years, entitled “Melodrama.” The sophomore album boasts 11 tracks, with a total runtime of approximately 40 minutes. In preparation to produce

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BookCon is the next chapter for book lovers

The Jacob K. Javits Convention Center is a rather large place, and the 2017 iteration of BookCon took up the entire building. The event occurred over the span of two days, from June 3 to June 4. The event itself has only been going on