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Film & TV

Movies to Watch to Celebrate International Women's Month

This March, let's use film as a way to empower women and advocate for equality in all forms.

by SHRIYA BEESAM

'Miracle Workers' Review: The Weirdest Show on Television

Surprise—Daniel Radcliffe is doing television now.

by SAMANTHA SANDERS

Enjoy Hospital–Based Films with Social Commentary at Penn's Bioethics Film Festival

The festival, starting March 26, features free movies, free food, and thought–provoking discussions.

by ANA HALLMAN

'Five Feet Apart': Yet Another Story of the Bland and Lovesick

It's better than the 'Fault in Our Stars', but it still isn't great.

by SAMANTHA SANDERS

Gorgeous and Gruesome, 'Climax' is More Than Its Trippy Premise

This stylish psychological thriller is a wild ride through a drug–induced hell.

by ZOVINAR KHRIMIAN

‘Captive State’: What in the World is Going On?

How not to captivate an audience. 

by SHANNON ZHANG

Season Three of 'Queer Eye' is More Inspirational Than Ever

The Fab Five is back with their signature advice and charm.

by CALISTA LOPEZ

The Problems with Live–Action Film Renditions of Video Games

Maybe Sonic shouldn’t be welcomed into our world.

by SHANNON ZHANG

'Captain Marvel': A Promising Prototype

One small step for Captain Marvel, one giant leap for Marvel–kind.

by CALISTA LOPEZ

What's Causing the Resurgence of the Horror Genre?

Over the past decade, horror has gone from a B–movie gore fest to an artistic landscape for directors to show off. Why?

by SAMANTHA SANDERS

Ricky Gervais' New Show 'After Life' Is a Disappointment

This show, which he writes, directs, and stars in, just proves his critics right. 

by ANA HALLMAN

Steven Spielberg and the Netflix Problem

Should Netflix films be held to the same standard as traditional ones?

by ANNA COLLINS

Revisiting Oscar Night with Claire Sliney, Executive Producer of 'Period. End of Sentence.'

The Penn sophomore on winning for Best Documentary (Short Subject)

by ANNABELLE WILLIAMS

'Studio 54' Takes You On A Wild Trip Through Disco's Golden Age

'I didn’t think the party would ever end'—watch the rise and fall of the infamous nightclub now on Netflix.

by EMMA HARRIS

Netflix's 'The Umbrella Academy' Pilot: A Refreshing Take on Adapting Comic Book Stories

This series about seven former child superheroes is dark and intriguing from the very beginning.

by BEBE HODGES

'Arctic': Gorgeous, Terrifying, and Contemplative

A stranded man struggles to survive the cold in this quietly tense film.

by SHANNON ZHANG

Book–to–Movie Adaptations to Look Out For in 2019

Don't feel like reading the book? For these ten upcoming adaptations, you don't have to.

by CALISTA LOPEZ

What the Parallels between Netflix’s 'Russian Doll' and 'Maniac' Can Teach Us

How do themes of self–destructive alienation fit into our culture of binge–watching?

by ZOVINAR KHRIMIAN

The Future of Star Wars: Analyzing a Franchise in Conflict

How will the final installment of the trilogy end, and how will it satisfy all its fans?

by ANNA COLLINS

Why Pixar’s 'Bao' Reminds Me of My Mom

This Oscar–winning animated short film is a poignant exploration of the love between immigrant parents and their children.

by JESSICA BAO

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