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Experience the genius of Kid Cudis latest album, INSANO: NITRO MEGA, as it takes listeners on a journey of nostalgia and innovation. A blend of spacey sounds, electrifying collaborations, and mind-melting production awaits

Review: Kid Cudi’s “INSANO: NITRO MEGA” from a biased Cudi fan

Aydan Stigler, Staff Writer
April 10, 2024

 Kid Cudi's latest album “Insano: Nitro Mega,” released as a follow-up to “Insano,” showcases a significant step forward in quality and creativity, eclipsing everything from his last project.   “Human Made,” the first song on the deluxe, immediately sets the...

The album was released on March 29, 2024.

Review: “Cowboy Carter”: Beyoncé’s Defiant Journey into Country Music

Jazlyn Summers, Staff Writer
April 10, 2024

  “COWBOY CARTER” is a beautifully written, well-thought-out work of art containing a message directly from the core of Beyonce’s southern heart.    As the second act to her summer smash “RENAISSANCE,” this album had some big boots to fill– and it did not...

The show was highly advertised on Netflix, but received mixed reviews.

A Lukewarm Retelling of a Classic Story

Troi Buford, Staff Writer
March 4, 2024

  Netflix’s “Avatar: The Last Airbender” is a slightly above average adaptation of the beloved 2005 animated series. The story, just like the cartoon, follows Avatar Aang and his friends as they traverse the four nations in search of masters who will be able to teach...

The spy thriller has received mixed reviews from film critics.

Review: “Argylle” is a Decent Rollercoaster Ride of Espionage and Action

Seth Domanski, Staff Writer
February 19, 2024

  "Argylle" is the newest spy comedy movie directed by Matthew Vaughn and starring Bryce Dallas Howard and Sam Rockwell.   Released on Feb. 2, it centers around Howard as author Elly Conway, who is most known for her espionage books about an agent named Argylle.   Conway...

The prequel has a star-studded cast featuring Rachel Zegler, Tom Blyth and Viola Davis.

Review: “The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes”

Jackson Ogden, RooTV Co-Executive Producer
December 10, 2023

  “The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes” gives fans what the first four “Hunger Games” films lacked, the background on the evil of Panem.   After an eight-year hiatus, the franchise returns with a new movie, taking the audience back to the 10th Hunger Games ever...

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