Reviews

Philadelphia Film Festival Review: “Art and Craft”

“Art and Craft” explores the chase between an art forger and museum registrars across the country, but leaves the audience wanting more.

by PAUL DINAPOLI

Philly Film Festival Review: “The Last Five Years”

Anna Kendrick stars in an honest new musical.

by CHRISTIN MOLISANI

Review: "Pride"

Thirty years ago, the miners strike in England led to an unlikely alliance.

by CHAE PARK

Review: “Stonehearst Asylum”

Yep—it's as bad as it sounds.

by DAN SPINELLI

Review: “St. Vincent”

Bill Murray, Naomi Watts and Melissa McCarthy star in this pretty enjoyable new comedy.

by DANIEL MAHER

Review: “The Best of Me”

Nicholas Sparks does it again...sorta.

by CASSANDRA KYRIAZIS

Street goes to the Philadelphia Film Festival

34th Street Magazine saw so many films at Philly Film Fest, we couldn't fit it all on one page! Here's a recap of what made us laugh, cry, and want to walk out...

by 34TH STREET MAGAZINE

Review: “Whiplash”

One hundred intense minutes to remind you that music conservatories are so much harder than Penn.

by BEN LERNER

The Best of Me by the Numbers

This chick flick gets an F-

by CASSANDRA KYRIAZIS

Album Review: "Paperwork"—T.I.

With so many new hip–hop artists coming out of Atlanta these days, some may question whether or not veteran T.I.

by MARK PARASKEVAS

Song Sonnets: "Dumb For You"—Hoodie Allen



by JOYCE PAN

Album Review: "...And Star Power"—Foxygen

The rock band's latest effort is a jumbled but interesting ride.

by MICHELLE KIM

Album Review: "STN MTN/Kauai"—Childish Gambino

Childish Gambino's new mixtape/EP has a little bit of something for everyone.

by CHRISTIN MOLISANI

Haiku Reviews: 10/16

There was some good, under–the–radar music released this week. And then there was Steve Aoki.

by CHARLES DAVIS

Album Review: "Hell Can Wait"—Vince Staples

No I.D. protege and California rapper Vince Staples gives us seven impressive tracks on "Hell Can Wait."

by LEONARD EISEN

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