Results tagged with 'Review'
Published Nov. 26, 2013
"Artpop" has great dance songs and sexually-charged lyrics, as well as a couple slower, emotional songs to accompany the fierce beats. Lady Gaga has done it again, producing an album that will please her fans, as well as create plenty of new ones along the way.
Published Nov. 22, 2013
Toad the Wet Sprocket made a triumphant return to Milwaukee on Thursday night at Turner Hall Ballroom.
Published Oct. 17, 2013
The Waterboys opened for U2 in the '80s in Chicago, and frontman Mike Scott made a solo appearance almost a decade ago in Milwaukee, but tonight's performance at Turner Hall offered a rare Midwest-based opportunity to see a beloved band from across the pond.
Published Sept. 30, 2013
In November 1989, Walt Disney Studios released what is now a true classic, "The Little Mermaid." On Tuesday, Disney Home Entertainment releases the film's Diamond Edition.
Published Sept. 20, 2013
If the rest of the productions staged by brand-new theater company The Splinter Group match this quality, the theater panorama in Milwaukee will be much richer.
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If movies, television, books, music, print ads, the back of cereal boxes and rogue skywriters have taught me anything, it's that a lot goes on in the night and the night does a lot of things. For example, according to this movie, the night is coming in coldly. The night is also known for doing st...
I don't know for certain why it is but I have a soft spot for films that aren't bubbly or happy. Bittersweet, sad, even downright depressing films are often some of the best movies I've seen in my life. There's a magic quality to them that comes off as more authentic and realistic than films that...
Let's cut right to it: Legos are AWESOME!!! They were a major part of my childhood and still remain a permanent facet in my life as an adult. I still have all my old sets and like bringing them out of storage every now and then to take a gander at the creations I once built and,...
I've always enjoyed Matthew McConaughey as an actor...however, I can't say I've always enjoyed his movies. During his romcom phase, I can't say that I pushed over my own mother and any random child that got in my way in a mad dash to get to the theaters to see him play the Southern slacker who ma...
Just take a second to let this fact sink in: Machete Kills is a sequel to a film that was based entirely on a fake trailer made for a movie meant to simultaneously honor and lampoon the Grindhouse experience. People complain about Hollywood running out of ideas due to the amount of sequels, remak...
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