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Film & TV

Feast Your Eyes on Street's Favorite Food Scenes in Film

On the menu: Ratatouille, pastries, red sauce, and pastrami

by ARIELLE STANGER

‘Summer of Soul (…Or, When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised)’: The Year the Negro Died and Black Was Born

The documentary is a love letter to the changing streets of Harlem during the Black Power Movement of the ‘70s.

by MORGAN CRAWFORD

A Black "Little Mermaid" is Just What America Needs

Halle Bailey is making a splash as the new Ariel in Disney's live–action remake.

by RYANNE MILLS

For bitter 'Game of Thrones' fans, 'House of the Dragon' is a thrilling welcome back to Westeros

For those who are worried about another disappointment after 'Game of Thrones,' fear not. 

by WEIKE LI

In 'Don’t Worry Darling,' Miss Flo shines as Harry “I–Can’t–Act” Styles stumbles

'Don’t Worry Darling' looks gorgeous, but its acting and pacing drag the film significantly.

by JACOB POLLACK

The Return of the Sitcom: How 'Abbott Elementary' Is Reviving the Network Comedy

Meet ABC’s new hit comedy that's returning the sitcom to glory by sticking to its most successful form.

by EMMA HALPER

Why the DC Extended Universe Can't Be Saved

Batgirl and The Flash aren't the first comic book heroes the DCEU has failed.

by KAYLA COTTER

The Sandman: Like most dreams, forgettable

Neil Gaiman's 'The Sandman' is one of his most ambitious titles. Unfortunately, the Netflix series isn't ambitious enough. 

by KAYLA COTTER

Two’s a Party, Three’s a Crowd

When will the competitive love triangle trope end?

by EMMA MARKS

Comedy Television’s Narrowing Scope: Disease or Symptom?

The genres of comedy television being produced and recognized are diminishing as we enter the multifaceted digital age.

by JULIA POLSTER

'Thor: Love and Thunder': Queerbaiting or Queer Representation?

The film isn't “super gay” as the cast and director claim, but the representation it achieves as a Marvel film is still remarkable.

by RACHEL SWYM

Jordan Peele’s ‘Nope’ Is a Resounding Yes

After watching Peele’s newest thriller, you’ll never look at clouds the same way again.

by JACOB POLLACK

The Anatomy of an Unlikeable Female Protagonist

Zoey Deutch is a caricature of scammer culture in Hulu's ‘Not Okay.’ 

by NATALIA CASTILLO

The Main Character's Burden

On 'The Summer I Turned Pretty,' teenage summer fantasies, and what it means to live a life of passivity. 

by SRUTHI SRINIVAS

Stranger Things 4: Bigger Stakes, Same Formula

Netflix’s Golden Goose, Stranger Things, has released its fourth mega–size season that resembles a blockbuster movie more than a TV show.

by JACOB POLLACK

Peeking Behind the Golden Curtain

America’s Got Talent faces accusations of fraud and discrimination.

by JULIA ESPOSITO

Watching ‘The Inside Outtakes’ From the Outside

As the pandemic's reign reaches ambiguous territory, Bo Burnham’s special strikes a different chord.

by RACHEL SWYM

Volume 3 of ‘Love Death + Robots’ Proves Animation is the Most Human Medium

‘Love Death + Robots’ shows that it only takes a few minutes to capture the human experience—and it doesn't matter how you do it.

by SRUTHI SRINIVAS

The Magnificent Mundanity of ‘Marcel the Shell with Shoes On’

The YouTube trilogy–turned–feature–length film explores grief and joy through the eyes of a tiny anthropomorphic shell.

by MEG GLADIEUX

Bittersweet to Bleak: Why Season Three of ‘Derry Girls’ Fell Short

Season three of Netflix's 'Derry Girls' lacks the rosy bittersweetness that characterizes its first two seasons.

by ALICIA LOPEZ

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