Film & TV

'Black Panther': A Black Cultural Moment

Why Marvel's new release felt so personal and true.

by CASS PHANORD

West Germany Beat Modern Hollywood At Its Own Game

German filmmakers were feminists before Greta Gerwig made it cool. 

by AVNEET RANDHAWA

The Devolution of Justin Timberlake

Why JT's Super Bowl 52 halftime show left us crying a river.

by ALIX STEERMAN

Songs That Made the Movies: Cinema's Most Famous Soundtracks

Sometimes, two hours are best understood in under three minutes. 

by JONNELL BURKE

The Fall of the Teen Drama

Most young adult shows don't accurately portray the lives of young people.

by ZOVINAR KHRIMIAN

Action Movies to Watch on V–Day to Forget You're Alone

Roses are red, violets are blue, put these in your ex's Netflix queue. 

by JONNELL BURKE

'80s Movies Worth Rewatching

Movies that will get you to hold a boom box outside your crush's window this Valentine's Day.

by AVNEET RANDHAWA

The Pinnacle of Rom–Coms: Bollywood Blockbusters

A look into one of the world's most popular genres in honor of Valentine's Day.

by AVNEET RANDHAWA

The Strange Story Of 'The Cloverfield Paradox'

Could Netflix's surprise announcement change the way movies are released?

by ANA WEST

New Documentary about Penn Alum Gloria Allred Hits Netflix

'Seeing Allred' chronicles the famed women's rights attorney and her 40–year legal career.

by NAOMI ELEGANT

Feminist Film Theory and the Rom–Com

A feminist take on everyone's favorite love stories.

by ANA WEST

Your Customized Guide to Valentine’s Movie Showings

Anything but 'Fifty Shades Freed.'

by NAOMI ELEGANT

Classic Romantic Movies That Prove Love is Dumb

When you have no one to embrace, embrace cynicism. 

by JONNELL BURKE

Foreign Movies to Watch Alone for Valentine's Day

Snuggle up and turn on the subtitles. 

by NAOMI ELEGANT

Love in a Hurry: Five Short Films to Watch on Valentine’s Day

Leave some time for real–life romance.

by CAT DRAGOI

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