Film & TV

John Waters is Coming to Penn

Kicking off the Sachs Program for Arts Innovation with the King of Bad Taste.

by SOPHIE BURKHOLDER

My Film Bucket List: Where Do I Start?

Between hundreds of Movies You Have To See lists, choosing what is worth watching can be difficult. 

by ZOVINAR KHRIMIAN

Why Rory Gilmore Actually Kind of Sucks

Street deconstructs your problematic fave.

by ANNABELLE WILLIAMS

We Talked to John Krasinski About His New Horror Film

‘A Quiet Place’ is effortlessly thrilling, but working in silence posed several challenges to Krasinski. 

by CAT DRAGOI

Where 'Love, Simon' Went Wrong

Why the "revolutionary" movie didn't do enough for LGBTQ representation.

by CASS PHANORD

Penn Student Film Festival Showcases Undergrad Shorts

The Penn Student Film Festival took place last week, and it’s the best one yet. 

by SARA MERICAN

Do Movies Make Learning Easier?

You don’t have to be in film studies to learn from cinema.

by ZOVINAR KHRIMIAN

How Did Political Correctness Change Comedy?

You could never make anything like 'Scary Movie' today. 

by ZOVINAR KHRIMIAN

Definitive Ranking of the 'Queer Eye' Fab Five

Judged from expertise to personality, here's the best men of the Netflix hit in order.

by JENNIFER CULLEN

Street's Guide to Special Events at the Ritz Theaters

If mainstream cinema isn't your thing, take a trip to Old City.

by ANA WEST

Movies to Get You Through the Last Month of School

Whether you're dreaming of home or an exotic getaway, Street's got you covered. 

by ANA WEST

Quit While You’re Ahead: A Look at Movie Sequels

Could a 'Call Me by Your Name' sequel ever match up to its predecessor? Does any sequel?

by ZOVINAR KHRIMIAN

'Game Night' is Funny For All the Wrong Reasons

Jason Bateman and Rachel McAdams star in a redundant trip–wire comic thriller.

by SOPHIE XI

Netflix's ‘American Vandal’ is Everything a Mockumentary Should Be

The Netflix true crime satire turns a ridiculous premise into a surprisingly engaging show.

by ZOVINAR KHRIMIAN

What makes Netflix's Terrace House the Only Real Reality TV Show?

The show is subtle, surprisingly deep, and definitely not normal.

by ANA WEST

A Rundown of Netflix’s March Additions

Prepare for premiering and returning Netflix originals, feature films, and documentaries.

by ZOVINAR KHRIMIAN

Review: ‘Thoroughbreds’ AKA the Art of Being a Sociopath

Don’t expect much from the new teen–drama, which is just as flashy and empty as its two main characters. 

by CAT DRAGOI

Why SNL is Actually Terrible

Live from New York: mediocre humor, sprinkled with all kinds of hatred.

by AVNEET RANDHAWA

Four Movie Streaming Services You Didn’t Know You Already Have Access To

Feel free to cancel that Netflix subscription. 

by ANNA CALLAHAN

A Look Into Soviet Cinema

Here are five quality movies that came out of the October Revolution. 

by AVNEET RANDHAWA

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