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Film & TV

Discovering and Debunking the 'Bridgerton' Mania

Discover Netflix's latest hit show filled with drama, dukes, and delectable outfits.

by AIDAH QURESHI

'Inglourious Basterds' Rewrites History to Reshape Our Future

Though the film came out over a decade ago, its messages on Nazism and justice unfortunately remain relevant today. 

by ARIELLE STANGER

Why I Love 2005's 'Pride & Prejudice'

Though a controversial adaptation, 2005's 'Pride and Prejudice' endures and inspires genuine emotion.

by HARSHITA GUPTA

'The Mandalorian' Season 2 Episode 6 Recap: "The Tragedy"

Mando suffers a heartbreaking loss in his most recent adventure.

by CAYLEN DAVID

Sound Design Matters: A Review of the 'Twenty Thousand Hertz' Podcast

Dallas Taylor's latest project dives into the history and anatomy behind the world's most iconic sounds.

by CAYLEN DAVID

'The Mandalorian' Season 2 Episode 5 Review: "The Jedi"

Ahsoka Tano makes a glorious live–action debut, and Baby Yoda is finally given a name. 

by CAYLEN DAVID

Eugene Levy and Catherine O’Hara Are More Than Just Their 'Schitt's Creek' Roles

The two's acting careers are not only notable but prolific—and if you didn't notice, you're missing out. 

by JULIA POLSTER

'Sabrina’ Proves That Romance is Timeless

The familiar story stands the test of time in any iteration, but there's value in how these adaptations vary. 

by JULIA POLSTER

One Year Ago I Stopped Binge–Watching Television

Here’s where I am now.

by JULIA POLSTER

No Animated Film Can Compare to ‘The Prince of Egypt’

Those Were The Days | The movie masterfully portrays complex emotions and history in ways even children can appreciate.

by JULIA POLSTER

'The Mandalorian' Season 2 Episode 3 Recap: "The Heiress"

Mando finds strength in numbers on the high seas in the newest episode.

by CAYLEN DAVID

A Review of 'The Queen's Gambit'

To some chess may seem boring, but Netflix's new original series is a must–see.

by CAYLEN DAVID

How a Historical British Detective Show Integrates Representation

British detective show, 'Endeavour,' slips well–integrated, casual representation into the fabric of its mysteries. 

by HARSHITA GUPTA

Blood of Zeus: An Exciting Addition to Netflix's Adult Animation

The show holds nothing back when it comes to spectacle and style, yet lacks in character development.

by ASHNA YAKOOB

'The Mandalorian' Season 2 Episode 2 Review: "The Passenger"

Mando and Baby Yoda's newest side quest involves frog eggs, ice, and a whole lot of spiders.

by CAYLEN DAVID

Watching ‘The Dick Van Dyke Show’ Today and Taking the Good with the Bad

Those Were The Days丨Being a feminist makes it hard to get through older television shows, but doesn’t make great comedy writing any less timeless.

by JULIA POLSTER

A Very Unusual Macy’s Parade for a Very Unusual Thanksgiving

The Macy's Parade is going to be a lot different this year—but there's still a lot to be thankful for.

by JULIA POLSTER

What Happens When Network Television Tries to Tackle the Pandemic?

What’s the value of dramatizing COVID–19 when we’re still watching it unfold in the real world?

by MEG GLADIEUX

The "Bachelorette" Must Go On: Episode 5 Recap

Petty guy drama, cute one–on–ones, and Chris Harrison shenanigans—this is what The Bachelorette is supposed to be about. 

by CHRISTIANA GUAN

'The Mandalorian' Season Two: First Impressions

Exploring the return of the gunslinging bounty hunter in the new series premiere

by CAYLEN DAVID

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