Reviews

James Wesley, ‘Thank a Farmer’ – Song Review
James Wesley has a real feel for the life and struggles of the blue-collar American. His new song 'Thank a Farmer' is similar to his previous Top 30 hit 'Real' in its honest, no-nonsense approach. The worst thing a singer can do with a song like either of these is come off as con…
Casey James, ‘The Good Life’ – Song Review
Casey James' third single from his self-titled debut album is a pleasing three minutes and five seconds, but the toe-tapper is easy to forget. 'The Good Life' lacks the emotional hook that the best carefree country expressions posses.
Brad Paisley, ‘Beat This Summer’ – Song Review
Brad Paisley wasn't joking when he said he was working to push himself places never gone before on his upcoming album, 'Wheelhouse.' The second single, 'Beat This Summer,' is a double-take sort of record in that after it begins, you do a double-take toward your stereo or com…
Jason Aldean, ‘1994’ – Song Review
Jason Aldean's nostalgic trip to a time of mullets and loud, heavily-starched cowboy shirts is a fun novelty on the 'Night Train' album. But if '1994' had a cinematic equivalent from that same year, it'd be 'It's Pat.' Like the movie, the song is cute the…
Tony’s Review of “A Good Day To Die Hard”
The original “Die Hard” was a surprise action film that helped redefine the genre.  In an age of muscular superheroes like Stallone and Schwarzenegger, an average looking television actor became the next major action star.  Bruce Willis as John McClane was the first “everyman” to be believed as a ma…
Tate Stevens, ‘Power of a Love Song’ – Song Review
'X Factor' winner Tate Stevens plays it safe with his debut country single. 'Power of a Love Song' is a soaring ballad that showcases his vocal talents -- Stevens is a truly fine vocalist -- but prevents him from revealing the slightest bit of personality to those who didn't…
Gary Allan, ‘Pieces’ – Song Review
If Gary Allan's chart-topper 'Every Storm (Runs Out of Rain)' was optimistic, his follow-up single 'Pieces' is downright plucky. The uptempo country-rocker may be the most contented single he's ever released.
Critic Rex Reed Slams Melissa McCarthy’s Movie and Weight
According to Wikipedia, Film criticism is "the analysis and evaluation of films, individually and collectively. In general, this can be divided into journalistic criticism that appears regularly in newspapers, and other popular, mass-media outlets and academic criticism by film scholars tha…
Kenny Chesney, ‘Pirate Flag’ – Song Review
From the first note, one knows the new single from Kenny Chesney's upcoming album is filled with more hope than much of the pensive material on 'Welcome to the Fishbowl.' 'Pirate Flag' opens softly -- with strings and a bouncy mandolin -- before Chesney begins to tell his st…

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