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Film & TV

Street x Sundance: 'Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil, and Vile' Review

The Zac Efron/Ted Bundy film isn't the movie the Internet thinks it is. It's far less controversial and far more boring.

by NICK JOYNER

Year in Review: Street's Top Ten Movies of 2018

The movies Street writers and editors liked best this year.

by 34TH STREET MAGAZINE

Year in Review: Street's Top Ten TV Shows of 2018

The television Street writers and editors couldn't stop watching this year. 

by 34TH STREET MAGAZINE

Sex, Scandal, and Dark Humor: 'La Casa De Las Flores'

Add this Mexican telenovela to your Netflix queue.

by EMMA MOORE

The Only Freddie Mercury Crash Course You Need Before Watching 'Bohemian Rhapsody'

Everything you need to know about Queen's lead singer before watching the movie about his life, "Bohemian Rhapsody."

by TERESA XIE

'Shoplifters' Explores The Meaning of Family, With A Twist

Director Hirokazu Kore–eda stuns in the new film.

by CLAIRE OCHROCH

Film & TV in the Age of Mass Shootings

Until last week, I thought my life was insulated from gun violence. Now I have some questions. 

by CALISTA LOPEZ

‘Outlaw King’: Doing History Right

This Netflix film manages to capture the legend of Robert the Bruce with uncharacteristic delicacy. 

by ANNA COLLINS

Netflix’s 'The Princess Switch' Is 100 Minutes I’ll Never Get Back

The Christmas film starring Vanessa Hudgens was fine, but there are other holiday favorites that deserve your time instead.

by BEBE HODGES

Why 'Riverdale' Is a Social Media Sensation

Riverdale is a piece of teen iconography, no matter what the quality of the show is.

by ANNA COLLINS

‘Overlord’: Predictable and Enjoyable

Halloween is long over, but horror sure isn’t.

by SHANNON ZHANG

‘Boy Erased’ Reflects on the Horrors of Conversion Therapy

Though it may leave you wanting more, Joel Edgarton’s adaptation of Garrard Conley’s memoir  is a heartbreaking story of self–discovery and a lack of acceptance.

by ZOVINAR KHRIMIAN

'Fantastic Beasts' is an Enjoyable but Not–So Fantastic Film

The second of five 'Fantastic Beasts' movies struggles to recapture the magic of Harry Potter.

by JAMES MORRISON

‘Can You Ever Forgive Me?’ is an Elegantly Bound Tale of Success and Loss

The biopic, starring Melissa McCarthy as Lee Israel, makes for a triumphant character study.

by ZOVINAR KHRIMIAN

All of The Harry Potter Movies, Ranked

Street's unofficial ranking of all of our favorite childhoods films.

by CLAIRE OCHROCH

'The Happy Prince' Gets Lost in Its Art

 Rupert Everett’s directorial debut is too poetic for its own good. 

by ANNA COLLINS

'Suspiria' Delivers Highbrow Horror That Fails to Entertain

 Luca Guadagnino's remake is beautiful but exhausting. 

by JAMES MORRISON

Stop Remaking Old Disney Films

How nostalgia seeps from the big screen to other parts of our lives

by SOPHIA DUROSE

'An Elephant Sitting Still': A Four–Hour Masterpiece Leaving a Lifelong Impact

This Chinese film, directed by Bo Hu who died by suicide after filming, has left me in an emotional wreck.

by CHRISTY QIU

These 10 Films are the Best of the Gershman Philadelphia Jewish Film Festival

Tune into these films showing at Philadelphia's first ever film festival, running from November 3 – November 18.

by JORDAN WACHSMAN

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