Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

REVIEW What Works: Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom rehashes the tired tale of test tube dinosaurs breaking out of their cages to kill and maim scores of people, but this time tries to convince you to care about the fate of these scaly critters. The creatures created in 2015’s Jurassic World are trapped on Isla Nublar […]

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Annihilation

Verdict  Annihilation, equal parts gruesome and beautiful, is a chance to see some of our finest actors working in their prime. It’s a sci-fi tale that focuses on an introspective look at humankind’s flawed relationship with biology on a micro, macro, and cosmic scale. Check it out in theaters to appreciate the fantastic visuals. Review […]

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One Ticket Please Playlist: Best of the Worst (Year) 2017

Picking up where 2016 left off, 2017 left much to be desired. America’s political climate is a joke, Hollywood turned out to be run by perverts (and thankfully purged a large number of them), and for some reason everything has to be discussed in context of Star Wars. However, the music scene never gave up […]

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One Ticket Please Playlist 11/14/17

Welcome to the inaugural One Ticket Please Playlist! Where I, Jordan, self-proclaimed tastemaker of the website, dig through the new songs on Spotify to compile a playlist of the most jamming tracks being released. Sometimes they are even movie related! So give it a listen on your commute, run, or laundromat visit and let me […]

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Clear Eyes, Cup Head, Can’t Lose (Cuphead Review)

Like many other residents of the internet, the trailer for a game called Cuphead at the 2014 E3 show, completely blindsided me. The vibrant colors, Betty Boop-esque animation, and ripping jazz soundtrack of this game contrasted so harshly against the gritty and visceral Bloodbornes and Metal Gear Solids premiering that year, that it seemed this […]

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The Game of Game of Thrones – Week 5

Play-By-Play The players take a breather in the not-so-action-packed episode of Game of Thrones this week. Yes, that’s right, stabbing, poisoning, and sieging all take a backseat to letter writing and long overdue reunions. Week 5 resumes immediately after the fiery battle of The Reach. Daenerys has rounded up and successfully captured the remnants of […]

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The Game of Game of Thrones – Week 4

Play-By-Play We are past the halfway point of the season and whatever the Game of Thrones equivalent of the playoffs is steadily approaching. Literally, its do-or-die for our players, in a fictional sense, of course. The episode this week marks the return of my favorite sellsword, Bronn, bargaining his payment with Jaime Lannister after the […]

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The Game of Game of Thrones – Week 3

Play-by-Play Welcome back to Westeros, where the drama is real and the time and distance between locations is meaningless. Jon Snow has just arrived on the shores of Dragonstone to finally meet up with the invading queen, Daenerys. The following conversations between the prodigal prince and princess are fantastic payoff for six seasons of build […]

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The Game of Game of Thrones – Week 2

Play-by-Play The pawns of our personal Game of Thrones are back into play! After a slow and steady first match up, this second week hits harder on all fronts. In Dragonstone, Daenerys’ war room is talking shop on how to best conquer Westeros. The Kahleesi gains points by laying out some pretty straight forward ground […]

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The Game of Game of Thrones – Week 1

Thank you for tuning in to the One Ticket Please coverage for the first week of The Game of Game of Thrones! For a quick primer on how the game works, it’s pretty simple. Similarly to other fantasy sports leagues, teams are drafted, and points are awarded when certain actions are completed. However, instead of […]

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