Category: Reviews

The Maze Runner by James Dashner

When Thomas wakes up, he finds himself in a box surrounded by teenage kids.  The weird thing is he has no recollection of how he got there.  Thomas soon finds out he is stuck in a horrifying and confusing new…

The Top Ten Most Anticipated Albums of 2010

2009 was a big year for music, but 2010 promises to be even bigger.  New releases include Eminem, Drake, Blink-182, Katy Perry and Dr. Dre.  Here are the top ten most anticipated albums of 2010: Eminem-“Relapse 2”-March Lil Wayne-“Tha Carter…

Game Review: “Dragon Age”

When I first got this game, I was psyched, even if I only knew two things about the game. One: There would be a big evil dragon and Two: I was SOOOOO going to be a sexy elf rogue. I…

Avatar!

The movie Avatar was very good because it kept you interested from the beginning to the end. “With your permission, I will speak now. You would honor me by translating. The Sky People have sent us a message… That they…

The Hunger Games vs. Twilight

As of late, it seems like The Hunger Games could be the next Twilight series. Although their plots differ greatly, many basic ideas are the same. For example, both books have multiple installments and both have two important male characters.…

Dear John by Nicholas Sparks

Nicholas Sparks, well-known author of such books as A Walk to Remember, has many best sellers. The author of The Notebook writes once again of love and heartbreak in Dear John. Though this book was published back in 2006, there…

Trans-Siberian Orchestra

On Saturday, December 12th, I went to see the mighty Trans-Siberian Orchestra. This type of a show only rolls around once a year, during Christmas time. A heavy metal Christmas show may sound like a bizarre concept, but the Orchestra…

Album Review

*= awful **= bad ***= good ****= excellent *****= classic 50 Is Back: Better Than Last Time, But Not Better Than Ever When 50 Cent’s first album, “Get Rich or Die Tryin’,” came out in 2003 and was hailed as…

New Moon Outshines Twilight

The Twilight Saga: New Moon (PG-13). Love, action and monsters. What could go wrong? …A lot apparently. After a disastrous birthday, Edward decides that Bella is “not good” for him. Bella goes into a deep depression, (she doesn’t talk to…