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Tuesday June 15th

Arts & Culture


Will Melfi believes that the best years of his life are yet to come.

Column: Living life without expectations

"The one good thing I have gained from this pandemic is the expectation to have no expectations. I have torn up my life plan. If I get married at 30, great. If I don’t, you can expect me to be doing whatever the hell it is I want to be doing."

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Hiroyuki Sanada, left, as Scorpion/Hanzo Hasashi and Joe Taslim as Sub-Zero/Bi-Han in New Line Cinema’s action adventure “Mortal Kombat." Photo courtesy of Warner Bros./TNS

Column: New 'Mortal Kombat' film adapts the games faithfully

When you think of Mortal Kombat, what comes to mind for many are the grotesque fatalities that made the series famous. Now adapted as a film once again, the movie shows a series of battles in the infamous tournament. From Sub-Zero to Scorpion, the film takes views on a nostalgic ride as if they were in front of their screens playing their friends.

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