Reviews

Revisiting PS3’s “Journey” from Playing With Perspective

Revisiting PS3’s “Journey” from Playing With Perspective

Journey. That one word has a lot of connotations, especially in video games. When we play games or watch movies we’re constantly going on journeys, across unknown worlds or even familiar lands. But what makes something a journey? There may never be a finer example than the indie hit “Journey,” developed by thatgamecompany and released on PlayStation […]

Elephante “I Am The Elephante” review

Elephante “I Am The Elephante” review

Producer and songwriter Elephante is without a doubt an up-and-coming icon. Producing an era defining atmosphere, the Harvard graduate walks a thin line between classic pop lyricism and modern electronic dance music. His debut 9 track EP titled “I Am The Elephante” is a modern symphony of progressive house, synthpop and trap coated in breathy trance-like lyrics. […]

Iron Man would win

Iron Man would win

The greatest Marvel superhero battle of all time  – Iron Man and Captain America – will take place in “Captain America: Civil War” May 6. This fight is going to Iron Man. Period.  Iron Man, a.k.a. Tony Stark, is a rich technological wiz. He made his first Iron Man suit while being captive in an […]

Review: ‘House of Cards’

Review: ‘House of Cards’

Now that enough time has passed for everyone to get caught up, The Metropolitan brings you our review of “House of Cards” season four. President, Frank Underwood, returns for another season of political maneuvering, backstabbing, and the finest leadership America has seen. As always, “House of Cards,” remains a very well polished show. From camera […]

Review: ‘Hail, Caesar!’

Review: ‘Hail, Caesar!’

Eddie Mannix (Josh Brolin) is a 1950s Hollywood fixer tasked with the daily struggle of managing the stars at Capital Pictures. Although his job is akin to herding cats, Eddie manages to tackle PR issues with panache. Unfortunately, when one of the biggest stars in the industry, Baird Whitlock (George Clooney) disappears just before the […]

Review: ‘Pride and Prejudice and Zombies’

Review: ‘Pride and Prejudice and Zombies’

If you were to combine a classic English novel with the zombie apocalypse, its offspring would be “Pride and Prejudice and Zombies.” This genre twisting film has much to offer. This movie is an 18th century period piece, involving a romantic love triangle laced in deceit and tragedy, mixed with flesh eating zombies. Women of […]

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