A reboot of “Queer Eye for the Straight Guy,” now called just “Queer Eye” released its first season to Netflix Feb. 7, 2018. The original show was on Bravo and ran from 2003 to 2007. In the show, the “Fab Five,” a group of gay men with expertise in the areas of grooming, fashion, diet,… Continue reading “Queer Eye” is Back With a New Purpose
Love songs can belong to many different musical genres. As Valentine’s Day approaches on Feb. 14, these 10 irreplaceable love songs can help anyone get into the spirit. “I Will Always Love You” by Whitney Houston In the 1992 film, “The Bodyguard,” Whitney Houston’s version of the 1974 Dolly Parton song was born. “I Will… Continue reading Top 10 Love Songs
Whether one is deeply invested in the lives of their favorite movie stars or show a surface level interest, some famous couples are just too cute for words. In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, below are our top five favorites. 5. Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis As young actors, Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis starred… Continue reading The Top 5 Celebrity Couples
“50 First Dates” This film stars Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore in a romantic comedy about two people meeting for the ‘first’ time over and over. Adam Sandler plays Henry Roth, a player known for having short flings with female tourists. Drew Barrymore plays Lucy Whitmore, a resident of Hawaii, who suffers from short-term memory… Continue reading The Top 10 Date Movies
On Jan. 26, the most anticipated fighting game since “Street Fighter V” released to the hands of fans everywhere. “Dragon Ball FighterZ” is the newest game to be based on the massively popular anime and media franchise “Dragon Ball.” “Dragon Ball FighterZ” is a three-versus-three fighting game. Each player picks three characters from the “Dragon… Continue reading “Dragon Ball FighterZ” Takes the World by Storm
One key element of art is the perspective of the beholder; however, not everything can be art. The issue is that anything can be an art to someone because of differing perceptions. A popular debate that has sprung up in the last two decades is whether or not video games should be considered art. The… Continue reading Should Video Games be Considered Art?
"Proud Mary" features Mary, a badass hit woman, played by none other than the Taraji P. Henson, who works for an organized crime family in the city of Boston, Massachusetts. However, due to her new, unofficial adoption of Danny, a 14-year-old homeless boy, Mary decides to give her dangerous life a break. She chooses to… Continue reading “Proud Mary”: Pure Action
After an unanticipated three-year break between the second and the third installment in the franchise, "Maze Runner: The Death Cure" had a solid opening weekend with mixed reviews. When the news was released in 2011 that the "Maze Runner" series was to become a movie franchise, fans of the books were excited to see the… Continue reading Running for a Cure: “Maze Runner: The Death Cure” Movie Review