Film & TV

Blade Runner 2049 Asks More Questions Than It Answers

Cyborgs and babies and Gosling, oh my!

by SHINYOUNG NOH

The Horror of the College Campus in Happy Death Day

A movie that’s terrifying for all the wrong reasons. 

by CAT DRAGOI

The Isle of Wes Anderson

Will Wes Anderson's new film push the boundaries of his eclectic worlds?

by AVNEET RANDHAWA

Victoria and Abdul Review

Judi Dench truly is a Queen.

by CATHERINE DE LUNA

mother! Deserves Our Attention

This film just might just give you an anxiety attack, but it's worth it.

by DALTON DESTEFANO

The Making of a Hero: Stronger

The Boston Marathon bombing drama updates the definition of a biopic. 

by CAT DRAGOI

A Penn Guide to Reality Television

When we need to escape from our own reality, it helps to resonate with someone else’s.

by MICHAELA REITANO

Reminiscing with John Cleese at a Monty Python Screening

The man, the myth, the Holy Grail

by CLARE KEARNS

Don't Miss This Six Minute Film at the Philadelphia Fringe Festival



by LAUREN DONATO

Street Reviews: Arrested Development

America’s first family is back. But their last name isn’t Obama, Trump or even Bush. It’s Bluth.

by ANNABELLE WILLIAMS

This Penn alum now has an Emmy nomination on his resume

Stephen Robert Morse has just been nominated for an Emmy Award for Best Documentary or Non-Fiction Special for producing "Amanda Knox," which is now on Netflix.

by RAHUL CHOPRA

What’s the Deal with Celebrity Cameos?

That Game of Thrones soldier's voice was suspiciously great.

by CAT DRAGOI

​“The Big Sick” and the New Standard for the Romantic Comedy

Romantic comedies, when done right, achieve the best of both categories.

by CAROLINE CURRAN

The Handmaid's Tale is a Little Too Real

Set in not too distant future America, Hulu’s new series, The Handmaid’s Tale, has been causing a stir since its first episodes were released on April 26th.

by KELLY HEINZERLING

Gorgeous Nature Films That Will Make You Feel Better About the World

With all the recent negativity and hate happening in the world, maybe you’re feeling hopeless about the state of the planet.

by CAROLINE CURRAN

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