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Film & TV

How Streaming Services are Revolutionizing Indian Television

How web series became India's most groundbreaking entertainment.

by HARSHITA GUPTA

Is 'Little Women' Really Feminist?

Greta Gerwig's adaptations still leaves us with more questions than answers. 

by SOPHIE BURKHOLDER

Schitt's Creek: The Sincere Sitcom

Now on its sixth and final season, this Canadian show has thrived on stories with unapologetic emotion. 

by HARSHITA GUPTA

The Oscars Once Again Prove Outdated and Irrelevant

This year's nominees? Same old, same old.

by ANNA COLLINS

Street's Favorite Movies of the Decade

From 'Spotlight' to 'Parasite,' here's what Street thought about movies from 2010 to now.

by 34TH STREET MAGAZINE

Street's Favorite TV Shows of the Decade

From 'Game of Thrones' to 'Fleabag,' here's what Street loved this decade.

by 34TH STREET MAGAZINE

What Film & TV Watched This November

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

by 34TH STREET MAGAZINE

James Dean and the Hologram Question

Is using holograms in film a cool innovation, or the start of something more sinister? 

by ANNA COLLINS

'Knives Out' Reimagines the Star–Studded Murder Mystery For 2019

Street sat down with director Rian Johnson to discuss his whodunit–meets–political–commentary 

by DALTON DESTEFANO

Five Movies to Watch Over Thanksgiving Break

Thanksgiving at the multiplex can get overwhelming. We're here to help.

by JONAH CHARLTON

'Ford v. Ferrari' is More Than Just a Racing Movie

Don't care about cars? Don't worry—Matt Damon and Christian Bale make this movie worth a watch.

by ANNA COLLINS

Disney+ and the Power of Nostalgia

Disney is cashing in on the classics of your childhood.

by ANNA COLLINS

Cynthia Erivo Shines in ‘Harriet’

Erivo’s depiction of Harriet Tubman came with controversy, but helps to keep a middling movie afloat.

by JONAH CHARLTON

Five Standout Films at the Gershman Philadelphia Jewish Film Festival

These are the must–see movies showing at Philadelphia's oldest film festival.

by JORDAN WACHSMAN

'Doctor Sleep' Doesn't Quite Capture The Magic of 'The Shining'

This sequel isn't as good as Kubrick's classic, but it's made with love.

by ANNA COLLINS

'The Lighthouse' is an Amazing Descent into Madness

Robert Eggers, director of The Witch, returns with another oppressive thriller. 

by ANNA COLLINS

We Don't Need an All—Girls Marvel Movie

Marvel should develop its female characters organically, rather than carelessly throwing them into a movie together.

by ANNA COLLINS

'The King': A Peculiar Adaptation of A Shakespeare Classic

Despite Timothée Chalamet's fame, this film can't quite escape the shadow of its own source material.

by ANNA COLLINS

Deeply Emotional and Real, ‘Modern Love’ Reminds Us What True Love Really Is

Amazon Prime’s eight–episode anthology series runs the gamut of human emotion.

by JONAH CHARLTON

Not Even Paul Rudd's Charm Can Save 'Living With Yourself'

Netflix's 'Living With Yourself' has a great cast and interesting premise, but it doesn't follow through.

by HARSHITA GUPTA

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