Reviews

‘Time After Time’ review: A classic comes to life with a modern twist

ABC’s newest show, Time After Time, has everything you could ask for in an adventurous drama: Intrigue, mystery, risk and of course time-travel!

‘Logan’ movie review: A flawed, yet grounded superhero film

Logan is the latest installment in the 20th Century Fox superhero lineup, and the last film Hugh Jackman will appear in as Wolverine.

‘Nova’ book review: Rebecca Yarros hits extreme gold again with this Renegade

The Renegades don’t pull any punches. Wilder may have schemed to get Rachel on board, but now Landon has to prove that he’s the Nova she loved, not the casanova he’s become.

‘The Great Wall’ movie review: Favoring spectacle over substance

The Great Wall provides unrelenting action, which at times is shockingly enjoyable, while it distracts from the lack of plot.

‘Riveted’ book review: Jay Crownover brings it home for Dixie and Church

Church and Dixie have been orbiting each other long before there were any Saints of Denver. Riveted finally brings them together and there’s no shortage of fireworks or turmoil along the way.

‘The Lego Batman Movie’ review: Because I’m Batman

The Lego Batman Movie carefully toes the line between parody and hitting the audience over the head.

I’m a guy who loved ‘Fifty Shades Darker’ and there’s nothing you can do to stop me

I saw Fifty Shades Darker last night, and you know what? I had a fun time, just like I did when I saw Fifty Shades of Grey.

‘The Burning World’ book review: The ‘Warm Bodies’ sequel you didn’t know you needed

If you loved Warm Bodies (the book and/or Nicholas Hoult movie), you won’t be able to stop yourself from devouring Isaac Marion’s sequel, The Burning World.

‘Silver Stars’ book review: A harrowing story of duty and sacrifice

Silver Stars, the second novel in Michael Grant’s Soldier Girl series, is an empowering yet heartbreaking novel that will stick with you long after you’ve finished reading it.