Thirty years after the first attempt, Mario made his second jump to the big screen with "The Super Mario Bros. Movie," this time with more connections to the source material and a family-friendly focus.
Although “Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves” exceeded my expectations, it still becomes trapped by the pitfalls that have held back countless other licensed movies.
“the record,” the debut album of supergroup boygenius (Phoebe Bridgers, Lucy Dacus and Julien Baker), is a portrait of vulnerability, relationships and coming-of-age, with the three core voices melding together and intertwining in the most perfect ways.
Peter Jackson’s "Lord of the Rings" film trilogy was monumental when it was released. It’s defined the fantasy genre of films, and each film has held up remarkably well to the test of time. Unfortunately, some people can’t leave well enough alone.
“So Much (for) Stardust," Fall Out Boy's first album in five years, lives up to the rest of their discography, though it doesn’t push the envelope further than what they have already achieved.
Daisy Jones and the Six are taking the world by storm in a ten-episode miniseries on Amazon Prime Video. There’s a lot to love, but to quote an age-old cliché: the book was better.
Local Oxford band Thumbtack Mechanics balances music and school while making their names known with performances across town.
On March 24, Lana Del Rey released her ninth studio album, “Did You Know That There’s a Tunnel Under Ocean Blvd,” her most personal and intimate to date.
While most students join clubs and organizations their first few weeks of school, first-year finance and business analytics major Umaansh Parashar joined local band Bananarchy.
In his newest show, “Poker Face,” writer/director Rian Johnson has revived the murder-of-the-week genre reminiscent of shows like “Columbo.”
If not for the commercial failure of Miley Cyrus' previous album, “Endless Summer Vacation” could have been a much more interesting album than what we got on March 11.
With the rise of streaming services, documentaries today are being scrutinized for engagement rather than quality or impact.
The long-winded but largely inoffensive 2023 Academy Awards concluded with “Everything Everywhere All at Once” winning Best Picture at the ceremony on Sunday, March 12.
Journalist, Emmy-nominated filmmaker and Tony-nominated producer Jose Antonio Vargas visited Miami University on Monday night, March 6, to talk about his life as an undocumented immigrant and how to define “American” one narrative at a time.
Nico Hollander and his peers may not be fluent in the languages they sing in, but an international repertoire plays an important role in connecting musicians at Miami to different cultural experiences from around the world.
It’s Friday night, and the theater is packed. Sold out, to be exact. The crowd seems like it’s going to be rowdy, and that’s before the movie even starts.