Entries by Tomás Mier

‘Dolittle’ is a lousy, wretched waste of money

This movie is a mind-numbing, soul-crushing, spirit-breaking endeavor that will sap you of your will to live and squash your faith in humanity. Watching it is the equivalent of bashing your skull into a wall for an hour and 41 minutes — both will obliterate the same number of brain cells.

SAG 2020: A night of expected wins and upsets

For more than two decades, the Screen Actors Guild Awards have brought Hollywood’s most talented and glamorous performers to the Shrine Auditorium to celebrate the best performances in film and television. Last Sunday, the 26th SAG Awards followed suit and once again created a classy ceremony honoring the great work from this past year.

Student artist creates dark electro hip-hop

A pioneer of her specific brand of dark electro pop, Isabella de Montesquiou’s career is only just beginning to take off.

The Thornton senior, who goes by the stage name of IZZA, started playing the piano when she was 5 years old, with a focus on classical music. Soon after, she realized that it was not her calling but later discovered songwriting in her teenage years and used it as an outlet to express herself.

East Coast Memo: Is Drake’s public image actually good?

Is life actually good? Aubrey “Drake” Graham’s success in the 2010s cannot be disputed since his music has ruled the charts for years and maintains a significant radio presence. While many may argue that Drake is still in the prime of his career, there has been an increase in talk surrounding his professional and personal […]