Eminem and Rihanna unleashed a 'Monster' on Comerica Park Friday night in front of approximately 45,000 fans at the first of their two blockbuster concerts at the Detroit Tigers' home. With a two-and-a-half hour show that spanned four dozen songs, the duo delivered the sold-out crowd a parade of hits that rarely let up and never turned down.
'Sin City: A Dame to Kill For' is ultra-stylized, ultra-violent and ultra-repetitive. It covers the same ground Robert Rodriguez's and Frank Miller's 'Sin City' did in 2005, to diminishing returns.
There's a sincerity and an aw-shucks honesty about One Direction that endears them to fans.
Motley Crue didn't say goodbye to Detroit Saturday night at DTE Energy Music Theatre; rather, the Los Angeles rockers simply began the process of saying its (supposed) farewells to the Motor City.
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