Victoria Schwab’s book deals with humans and monsters, and sometimes they’re interchangeable, depending on the character. The power of music was a good theme to approach, so I did. “I’ve always found people who play an instrument to be vaguely supernatural. Music is how August nourishes himself, but for Kate, it represents a fear of silence.”
As everyone is hopping onto the “Hamilton” bandwagon, people must not forget the magnificence of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s first notable work, “In the Heights,” which won four Tony Awards in 2008 and was actually the first hip-hop style musical introduced to the Broadway stage.
On “Blond,” Frank Ocean succeeds in addressing important topics, including racial profiling, police brutality and Black Lives Matter. By comparing himself to Trayvon Martin, Ocean makes the issue personal.
Every song in the show has so much energy, you feel like dancing in the audience.
On “Blond,” Frank Ocean wants to make us think rather than just wanting to listen and enjoy — and, honestly, he pulls it off.
By intertwining social commentary and humor that will catch you off guard, “Atlanta” is not your typical TV show. VOX teens give their reviews.
The creativity in this film is through the roof. It presents a host of different concepts, characters, and visuals that all are masterfully executed through Laika’s breathtaking stop-motion animation and combined nicely with ancient Japanese culture.
Jordan-Paige Sudduth, a sophomore at South Forsyth High School, writes, directs and stars as Kendall — and manages to succeed on just about every level.
Unlike a lot of YA heroines, Beatrix Adams doesn’t lose sight of the things she wants most over a boy. She’s very self-possessed.
No movie this year will make you feel more like you need to take a shower than the adult animated comedy, “Sausage Party.” The film’s premise works well by itself; when a sex joke or curse word is shoved in every five seconds, it feels out of place and rather awkward.