Carli Moses, Union University
Although ambitious, the creators scatter unironic clichés throughout this anthology, spoiling any acting or cinematographic accomplishments.
In this heart-wrenching documentary, a woman chronicles the graphic realities of war, all while trying to care for her own family.
This series contains aspects of two influential religions but doesn’t have the storytelling prowess to pull off such a gamble.
After 10 years of providing attainable travel content, Damon and Jo are launching a new phase in their wanderlust-driven career.
This fresh adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s book exalts each March sister in her own right, exploring the girls’ unique struggles and experiences.
These creatives used their unique voices to capture the complexities and concerns of the past ten years.
This contradictory comedy special both decries and leans into controversy, lending more heat to Wolf’s fiery persona.
The celebrity’s new comedy special will leave you laughing and unveils previously unknown parts of her unique life experiences.
This Shakespeare adaptation strays from the source material, but in doing so creates quite the cautionary tale about the price of war.
On this beautifully filmed YouTube channel, artists highlight the creative potential hidden within a self-care routine.
Loosely inspired by true events, this German drama paints a complex portrait of teenage radicals that resists interpretation.
The retaliation toward a critical older generation with this new phrase certainly ignites discussion, but at what cost?
Viewers looking for a nuanced presentation of love, whether it be romantic or familial, will swoon over this new anthology series.
This self-introduction is disjointed, high-strung and relentlessly upbeat — just like Jenny Slate.
If you find yourself stressed, running from one thing to the next, you might need a new strategy. This reading habit can help bring intentionality to chaotic routines.
Stephen Chbosky is back at it with this classically structured horror novel, where a child once again convenes with the supernatural realm.
Set in an open field, this King-adaption boasts an unusual antagonist that still keeps audiences on the edge of their seats.
Amazon Prime’s animated show asks the hard question: terror or routine, which would you choose?
Believe it or not, teaching isn’t your only option.
This rom-com does nothing to renovate the category, and that’s okay.
Do you want to translate your requirement into a meaningful skill set?
Where will our dystopian heroine find herself this time?
Sanders’ diagnosis? You need to rethink social media.
Where do you start with the author who offered so much insight into the black experience?
In this thespian spoof, the actor takes on an unusual comedic role.
With his newest Instagram post, Harris has kissed public approval goodbye.
It’s just not a good movie, regardless of the genre you place it in.
It’s hard to choose a side when the comedian himself won’t take a stand.
Does she just need to calm down?
Sometimes, the evidence isn’t what it seems.
Nora Ephron was a master writer of rom-coms for the neurotic.
The Netflix original is predictable, in all the wrong ways.
Who didn’t hate gym class? But before you say, ‘sports are dumb,’ hear me out.
What’s better than ruling in hell or serving in heaven? This chemistry.
In her lyrics and life, Rogers exudes a confident self-assurance.
English majors needing validation, you’ve come to the right place.
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