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Film & TV

'Judy': Too Sentimental, But It Still Sticks the Landing

Judy Garland, brought to the screen once more by a masterful Renée Zellweger. 

by ANNA COLLINS

Visit These Locations of Famous Movie Moments in Philly

Some of cinema's most iconic scenes were shot within walking distance of Penn's campus—here are some spots to check out.

by HANNAH LONSER

A Post–Emmys Recap: Nothing New

Even if some aspects of the Emmys were surprising, the show was still, ultimately, predictable.

by ANNA COLLINS

Give 'Fleabag' the Emmys it Deserves

'Fleabag' brings a refreshing take to a stale character archetype. 

by ANNA COLLINS

'The Goldfinch': Is It Really That Bad?

'The Goldfinch' made headlines for being a disaster, but it's still a serviceable adaptation of a complicated book.

by ANNA COLLINS

Hollywood's LGBTQ Problem: Poor Representation and One–Dimensional Portrayals

How Hollywood exploits the LGBT community, and how it should change. 

by ANNA COLLINS

What's Wrong With Hollywood?: The Aftermath of 'Avengers: Endgame'

Production studios are desperately trying—and failing—to recreate the success of the highest grossing movie of all time.

by SAMANTHA SANDERS

'Falling Inn Love' is a Waste of 98 Minutes

Poorly used clichés and regressive gender roles make this romantic comedy entirely unwatchable. 

by ANA HALLMAN

The Timothée Chalamet Phenomenon

Why is the world so obsessed with this young actor, and is that a good thing?

by ANNA COLLINS

Cashing In On Spider–Man: A Battle Between Marvel and Sony

The fate of Spidey within Marvel's Cinematic Universe is uncertain. How have we gotten here?

by ANNA COLLINS

'Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood' and Tarantino's Violence Against Women

Tarantino's latest film not only treats women poorly, it delights in violence against them.

by ANNA COLLINS

'Wet Hot American Summer': The Peak of Camp

Be sure to watch this cult classic as a last hurrah for summer.

by ANNA COLLINS

The Best Songs from Euphoria's Season One Soundtrack

Fill your back to school playlist with songs from the breakout show of the summer.

by TERESA XIE

Hulu's "Catch-22" is an Admirable Adaption of Joseph Heller's Iconic Novel

There's no catch, Hulu's "Catch-22" is a much watch. 

by JULIA DAVIES

Hulu’s 'Harlots' is Sexy, Scandalous, and Super Progressive

The historical drama breathes life into the stories of poor, brown, and LGBTQ women in the 18th century. 

by CHELSEY ZHU

'Toy Story 4': The Truth of Growing Up

In this familiar sequel, Pixar trades a traditional villain for the pitfalls of adulthood. 

by JESSICA BAO

'Yesterday' Falls Short of Beatles' Level Success

Without the magic of the Fab Four, the movie is far from fabulous.

by JULIA DAVIES

Spider-Man: Far From Home Is a Good Movie Limited by Its Own Universe

A solid Spidey film that buckles under the weight of the MCU.

by JESSICA BAO

Season Eight of MTV’s “Are You The One?” is Sexy, Progressive, and Definitely Binge–Worthy

Season eight's sexually fluid cast means that anyone can love anyone—and drama will definitely ensue.

by SOPHIA SCHULZ-RUSNACKO

How HBO's "Euphoria" is Changing Television

A look at the show's use of controversiality for authenticity. 

by MEHEK BOPARAI

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