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Film & TV

A24's 'Boys State' is an Alarming Reflection of Reality

How a boy's summer camp is eerily similar to our government. 

by FERNANDA BRIZUELA

A Farewell to 'GLOW'

The ending of GLOW marks yet another goodbye to a Netflix show gone too soon.

by ASHNA YAKOOB

Is A Live–Action 'Spiderverse' Coming?

Exploring the return of Jamie Foxx's Electro, and what that means for the future of Spider–Man movies.

by CAYLEN DAVID

'What's New, Scooby Doo?' is as Groovy as it Gets

Why the 2002 incarnation of the mystery–solving crew will always remain the best. 

by CAYLEN DAVID

While the Opera Houses Are Closed, Watch 'Moonstruck'

Those Were The Days|'Moonstruck' is a beautiful work of art to look back at in a time where art is less accessible.

by JULIA POLSTER

The 'Bachelorette' Must Go On: 'Bachelorette' Premiere Recap

After all, as they say in showbiz: The rose ceremony must go on.

by CHRISTIANA GUAN

A Love Letter to My Favorite Movie: 'Me and Earl and the Dying Girl'

'Me and Earl and the Dying Girl' focuses on friendship, filmmaking, and adolescence, making it iconic among indie films. 

by HARSHITA GUPTA

Enola Holmes: Yet Another Role Reversal that Fails to be Meaningfully Political

Are role reversals really as revolutionary as they claim to be? 

by ASHNA YAKOOB

Don't Watch Disney's 'Mulan': There's a Better Option

Disney's 'Mulan' is a disappointing, bland adaptation of the beloved animated film. Don't waste $40 on it. 

by HARSHITA GUPTA

Gaming: The Boundless Future of Storytelling

Exploring Tribeca's mission to elevate gaming's presence, and why everyone should follow suit.

by CAYLEN DAVID

What I Learned From Watching 'Father of the Bride Part 3 (ish)' Three Times in Two Days

How a perceived flaw in the film hid an emotional reality of our time.

by JULIA POLSTER

Revising the Legacy of 'The Mary Tyler Moore Show' 50 years later

Those Were The Days | The 'Mary Tyler Moore' show is a relic of the despondent '70s. Here's why it still matters.

by JULIA POLSTER

Good Place Finale Hits its Mark with a Bittersweet Ending

After four seasons, the Good Place ends on a sad but hopeful note. 

by CHRISTIANA GUAN

Indian-American Representation in 'Never Have I Ever:' Why It Didn't Excite Me

'Never Have I Ever' is one of the only shows to follow an Indian–American protagonist. However, its representation isn't groundbreaking.

by HARSHITA GUPTA

"Based" on a True Story: Accuracy and Historical Fiction Films

Should directors prioritize accuracy over entertainment?

by CAYLEN DAVID

An Open Letter to 'Saturday Night Live': Don't Joke About the Debate

Because it's just not funny anymore.

by JULIA POLSTER

'Ratatouille' is Still the Best Film About Food

Nothing has made me appreciate food more than Pixar's 2007 film 'Ratatouille'.

by HARSHITA GUPTA

Profits Over Plot: Why Live–Action Adaptions of Animated Children's Shows Fail

The original creators left the Netflix live adaptation of "Avatar: The Last Airbender." Why do live adaptations of animations always go wrong?

by HARSHITA GUPTA

Video On Demand is No Replacement for Theatrical Releases

Some things were just meant for the big screen.

by MELANNIE JAY

How Diverse Podcasts Make Film and Television Look Bland

Fiction podcasts regularly integrate diversity and queerness in their stories. Why can't mainstream entertainment catch up?

by HARSHITA GUPTA

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