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Film & TV

In 'The Garden of Words,' Less is More

This slow–paced movie deserves your patience.

by CINDY ZHANG

'Squid Game': How Far Would You Go to Be the Last One Standing?

Netflix's new number one series teaches us that the real threat to humanity is apathy.

by HEATHER SHIEH

Airing One’s Own Funeral: The 2021 Emmy Awards

For a mostly predictable Emmy Awards, this year's telecast was nothing less than a horror show for its host, CBS.

by JACOB A. POLLACK

Four Movie Remakes Not Worth the Runtime

Yes, ‘He’s All That’ makes the cut.

by EMILY MOON

Paradise Lost: The Fall From Grace in HBO's 'The White Lotus'

The show unfolds and the fun unravels, revealing layers of irony about white privilege and Hawaiian tourism.

by ARIELLE STANGER

Upcoming Films to Watch Out For in Fall '21

Slashers in Chicago, time traveling in London, worms in space … What else is hitting theaters this fall?

by CAYLEN DAVID

Marvel's Recent Foray into Television Isn't Just Exciting—It's Revolutionary

Marvel's newest projects continue to expand on the franchise's appeal, while reinventing its legacy. 

by AAKRUTI GANESHAN

Janicza Bravo’s ‘@Zola’ is Tweet–Sized and Instagram–Ready

The film is as alluring and immersive (and sometimes just as unfulfilling) as scrolling through social media.

by WALDEN GREEN

Debunking 'Criminal Minds'

In preparation for the show's long–awaited reboot, Street is taking a look at how 'Criminal Minds' skews our perception of real–world criminal profiling.

by EMILY MOON

Dear USAG: Treat Your Gymnasts Better

On ‘Golden’: a glimpse into the lives of elite gymnasts that reveals the corrupt organization behind them.

by EVAN QIANG

‘Hacks’ Celebrates The Legacies of its Star Characters

For a show about stand-up comedians, the HBO Max original doesn’t shy away from weighty subjects.

by WALDEN GREEN

It's Time to Reform Award Shows

Ratings have reached new lows. Nominees are boycotting. Are award shows over?

by EVAN QIANG

Disney's 'Cruella' is Full of Flair, but Fails to Pack a Punch

Cruella starts with a bang but fizzles at the end.

by PEYTON TOUPS

Saturday Night Live's Season Finale is an Ode to its Messiest Moments

The show’s 46th season finale felt like a goodbye to a chaotic season and the pandemic that caused it.

by WALDEN GREEN

HBO Max's 'Made For Love' Explores A New Side of Relationships

What would happen if 'Toxic' by Britney Spears was the soundtrack to '1984' by George Orwell?

by ARIELLE STANGER

'Shiva Baby' Encapsulates Chaotic Jewish Family Events

Six degrees of separation? In the Jewish world, it's more like two.

by ARIELLE STANGER

'Concrete Cowboy' and Philly's Real Black Stables

The movie, filmed in Philadelphia by a local director, shares the story of the city's Black cowboys.

by ARIELLE STANGER

'Raya and the Last Dragon': Disney Can Do More to Stop Anti–Asian Hate

As accurate and empowering as the cultural representation in the film may be, it simply isn't enough.

by ARIELLE STANGER

Jewish Nominees in the Upcoming 2021 Oscar Awards

After the antisemitic controversies faced by SNL and NBC, the positive representation of Jewish people in entertainment comes with a sigh of relief.

by ARIELLE STANGER

British Drama ‘It’s a Sin’ Makes Waves in HIV/AIDS Awareness Efforts

Thoughts on a heart–wrenching and exuberant tribute to victims of the HIV/AIDS epidemic

by ARIA VYAS

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