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Ana Hallman


'Presenting the Damn Thing:' A Powerful Contemplation of American Heritage

Philly local Inga Kimberly Brown's art exhibit weaves together an American Dialogue with the artist's own identity.

'Falling Inn Love' is a Waste of 98 Minutes

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

'Everybody Knows' Is a Poignant and Relevant Family Drama

A worthwhile glimpse into Spain's present feudalistic hierarchy. 

Netflix's "It's Bruno!" is Your Next Binge.

"It's Bruno!" is a funny and simple tale about a dog and his owner. 

A Look at the Trope of the Gay Best Friend

The comedic, one–dimensional GBF trope must be given more complexity. 

'The Perfect Date' Reveals Noah Centineo's Bad Acting

A look at Centineo's acting through his three most popular romantic comedies. 

'The Aftermath': Boring and Predictable

The Aftermath is a poorly recycled rendition of Romeo and Juliet that tastelessly uses World War II as its backdrop. 

Why Ryan Gosling is My Favorite Actor

He can make you cry just as easily as he can make you laugh—and he's handsome, too.

Are Movie Theaters Going to Disappear?

Movie theaters are experiencing lower attendance, but that doesn't have to mean that they'll go extinct. 

Everything You Need to Know about Netflix Changes this April

Here are the notable titles that are joining and leaving the site. 

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.

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

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

BlacKkKlansman or Black Panther?

Breaking the homogeneity of #OscarsSoWhite

What to Watch on Netflix this Valentine’s Day Depending On Your Mood

Happily in love? Angsty and sad? We got you covered. 
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