After the Boogeyman, John Wick, the man who killed three men in a bar with a pencil, seems to have finally escaped the hitman industry, he must gear up for another comic bloodbath across New York, and this time, Paris too. In the first film, he wasted around 100 goonsContinue Reading

Of the many films that premiered in the last few months, only one has the capability to reel in audiences of all ages. Disney has outdone itself with “Moana,” the endearing story of a Polynesian island chief’s daughter who goes on a life-changing quest of self-discovery. The message this movieContinue Reading

Niche acting is a mixed blessing: an actor stuck into a niche role has usually perfected their craft, but is left without much opportunity for change or growth. When an actor breaks out of their niche, that’s a powerful moment, and it’s exactly what happened for Steve Carell in hisContinue Reading

Best music videos of 2014 Best albums of 2014  10) Last Week Tonight with John Oliver A fresh take on the classic satirical news genre perfected by Stewart and Colbert. John Oliver is a bit less charismatic but nonetheless interesting, placing more focus on obscure or complex issues, and incorporatingContinue Reading

The top 10 music videos released in 2014 comprised by Kayla Culver and Anna Dovre – in no particular order. Best albums of 2014 Taylor Swift- “Blank Space” Enough of celebrities are keeping it all together. Here’s T-Swift the cultural icon stabbing a cake that bleeds. Did she actually standContinue Reading

Another year is almost over. The Concordian reviews blog is looking at the Best of 2014. Stay tuned all next week for best movies, music videos, television series, and what we are looking forward to next year. Modern Baseball – You’re Gonna Miss It All   The Philadelphia based punk bandContinue Reading

A confession must needs be made before I begin this review: I am a die-hard space fan. From the age of 8 to 18 I slept on a bed with a Saturn-shaped headboard under a ceiling painted with clouds and glow-in-the-dark stars. Until 6th or 7th grade, my career goalContinue Reading

The tagline of Scratch Sandwich and Deli Co. is “Everything’s better from scratch.” And after a taste of their Red River Wheat bread, made from scratch, it’s hard to disagree. The deli and restaurant opened on Broadway in downtown Fargo in early August of this year. They boast homemade recipesContinue Reading

Almost every single person who showed up at The Garage in Burnsville Tuesday October 28 had the persona of pop punk surrounding them. It makes sense with Real Friends as the headliner and Neck Deep, Cruel Hand, and Have Mercy as supporters. The only thing missing was Real Friends takingContinue Reading