Film & TV

Watch it Before it Goes: What's Leaving Netflix This July

Catch these films before they go.

by RILEY WAGNER

Review: 'Ocean's 8' Lives Up to Low Expectations

The franchise's all–female installment, though as glamorous as you'd expect, falls flat where it should shine.

by ANGELA LIN

Eight Outdoor Screenings You Can’t Miss this July

Get off your couch.

by CAT DRAGOI

Netflix Revives the Rom–Com with 'Set It Up'

Millennials almost killed the rom–com. Netflix might've just fixed it.

by NAOMI ELEGANT

The Definitive Ranking of the Seven Seasons of Buffy the Vampire Slayer

The article you didn't even know you needed.

by ANNABELLE WILLIAMS

‘The Gospel According to André:’ Inside the Life of Fashion Icon André Leon Talley

Don't think you know all about the “Nelson Mandela of couture” just because you've seen him on America's Next Top Model. 

by RILEY WAGNER

Review: ‘Deadpool 2’ is Actually a Pretty Good Sequel

  If you liked ‘Deadpool,’ get ready for another MARVELous time.  

by RILEY WAGNER

Street’s Summer Netflix Picks

Get yourself in that summer–loving mood.

by RILEY WAGNER

‘RBG’ Documents the Life of an Actual Superhero

The documentary goes beyond Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s career, peering into her upbringing, marriage, and dissent–collar closet. 

by CAT DRAGOI

Review: ‘The Death of Stalin’ Revisits History with Dark Humor

Hilarious and timely, the film strikes satirical gold without losing touch of its source material.

by ZOVINAR KHRIMIAN

Are Inclusion Riders Hollywood's Future?

Frances McDormand joins the fight for diversity in film—but can inclusion riders win it?

by ANA WEST

Street Picks from Philly SpringFest 2018

An LGBT drama, the story of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and heaps of social commentary—head to Center City next weekend for all of these and more. 

by ANA WEST

TV Shows Returning Before the End of School

You could probably catch up to the 26th season in time for finals.

by TAMARA GELBAND

Netflix’s Best Mother–Daughter Relationships

Missing your mom? These shows might help.

by CHARLOTTE BAUSCH

Films to Help You Pass Your Finals

Why study when you can watch a movie instead?

by ZOVINAR KHRIMIAN

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