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Film & TV

A Piece for Pugh

Why is Florence Pugh so famous, and why is it well–deserved?

by ANNA COLLINS

'Picard' is a Modern Update on the Idealism of Star Trek

A science fiction show that explores the moral consequences of its past.  

by HARSHITA GUPTA

Kristen Schaal: Animation's Most Memorable Voice

Kristen Schaal's talent has defined the best-known animated characters of the last decade. 

by HARSHITA GUPTA

When Shows Leave Netflix, Where Do They Go?

The lowdown on what happened with "Friends," and where you can find it now.

by EVA INGBER

'Fantasy Island' Fantasizes That It's a Horror Movie

Though exciting, this supposed horror film is far from scary.

by ANNA COLLINS

'Joe Pera Talks With You' Is the Gentle Comedy You Never Knew You Needed

Sometimes a show doesn't need to be going anywhere fast.

by SAM KESLER

'Birds of Prey' Deserves Better

DC's latest movie is apparently a box office flop, but it shouldn't be.

by ANNA COLLINS

'Parasite' at the Academy Awards is What the Film Warned Us About

During awards season, the film faces its own inevitable irony. 

by SARA MERICAN

'Bridget Jones' Diary' is the Perfect Rom–Com

Why does this romantic comedy still hold up after all these years?

by ANNA COLLINS

A Love Letter to Bollywood

Growing up on Indian cinema, an ode to love and emotionality. 

by HARSHITA GUPTA

'Greener Grass' is an Absurd Suburban Suspense Movie

Even wanted to watch soccer moms slowly go insane? 'Greener Grass' has got it.

by ANNA COLLINS

'BoJack Horseman' Sticks the Landing

The animated tragicomedy's final season is bittersweet, heartbreaking, and flawless.

by MELANNIE JAY

Taylor Swift is Lonely at The Top in 'Miss Americana'

Lana Wilson's Netflix documentary reveals glimpses into Swift's private life. 

by PEYTON TOUPS

'Shrill' Season 2 Finds More Room for Discovery

Hulu's narrative comedy breaks out of season one's narrow focus.

by SAM KESLER

'The Turning' Screws Itself

This adaptation of 'The Turn of the Screw' is not just bad—it's horrific.

by ANNA COLLINS

Awkwafina Is Nora from Queens, and Not Much Else

Awkwafina Is Nora from Queens is nothing special. But considering its star's success, maybe it doesn't have to be. 

by HARSHITA GUPTA

'Mean Girls' and the Cycle of Empty Adaptations

The cult hit was adapted into a movie, then a musical, and now a movie musical.

by ANNA COLLINS

What Film & TV Watched This January

A glimpse at what Street's Film & TV staff has been obsessing over.

by 34TH STREET MAGAZINE

Dolittle: Another Amazing Cast Trapped in Hell Together

Pirates, Dragons and Anal Fisting—oh my.

by HARSHITA GUPTA

'The Gentlemen' is a Crude Crime Comedy

Guy Ritchie's latest gangster film is full of cursing and rude humor.

by ANNA COLLINS

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