Kathryn Milschewski, Carthage College
Right now, we all need something funny.
Madison Feser, Seton Hall University
He acts, promotes marijuana, hangs with Willie Nelson, walks into oncoming traffic and is related to an assassin. Oh, and he can rock a beanie.
Nicole Peterson, Geneva College
The animated Disney film might have been a mega-hit, but hopefully the sequel can focus more on Elsa’s development.
Christopher Duggan, Boise State University
Andre Ovredal and Guillermo del Toro’s new flick offers nostalgia to some, and some serious scares to all.
Brandon Suss, University of South Carolina
If you missed out on the stream, or if you just want to relive the best of the best, here’s a highlight reel.
Stina Chang, University of Southern California
Lulu Wang’s latest film looks at the tension between Asian Americans and the culture of the homelands.
Charlotte Susser, University of Chicago
The show truly ended with the same heartwarming nature it began with.
Rocco Romano, University of Iowa
Scorsese and De Niro are back to bring the Mafia genre to a new generation.
Katelyn Melder, Kutztown University of Pennsylvania
AMC’s smash-hit TV series is finally making the transition to the silver screen.
Clarence Dodge, Sarah Lawrence College
Moviegoers are wrong about the villain ‘with a valid point,’ and it’s time someone said it.
Aubrey Doerr, Chapman University
The writers of the long-running show are ready to throw hands at the current politically-charged climate.
Sam Shepherd, McGill University
Four seasons and over a hundred music videos in, the musical comedy has provided loads of laughs and moments of introspection.
Carli Moses, Union University
In this thespian spoof, the actor takes on an unusual comedic role.
Tom Pinto, Ringling College of Art and Design
Disney’s latest remake is raking in hundreds of millions of dollars, but does it pose a threat to the animation industry?
Simona Barca, American University
It’s like having your own personal trainers.
Aliza Pelto, Pratt Institute
Welcome back to me weeping.
Madalyn Watson, Baylor University
The Asian American fitness instructor uses her platform to encourage people to pursue a healthy lifestyle and a healthy attitude toward themselves.
This small-scale YouTuber deserves your attention.
Haley Cohen, Quinnipiac University
This show will give you a whole new perspective on vampires.
Taylor Sprinkle, University of Texas at Austin
With Tumblr joining Myspace and Vine in the graveyard of social medias past, VSCO is here to take its place.
It seems the Devil might actually care about mental health.
Sarah Mease, Columbia College Chicago
Netflix? Who is she? I don’t know her.
Emma Dailey Mitchell, Columbia College Chicago
They survived Defy. Now let’s see who survived the Apocalypse.
Jeff Ross is indeed the ‘Roastmaster General’ of our generation.
Caleb Clark, Hillsdale College
The children’s cartoon takes a very nuanced look at unhealthy connections.
Mela Lozano, University of Texas at San Antonio
As with any show about time travel, the question is not where, who or how, but when.
Rickea Bell, Saint Peter’s University
Cheesy plots, eye candy, ramyeon. What’s not to love?
Kristin Auld, St John’s University
They’ve got content and series aplenty…
Director Lulu Wang combines comedy, tragedy and insight into the Chinese experience to create a near-perfect summer movie.
Eleanore Belanger, Arizona State University
It’s a reality TV train wreck: It’s bad, but you won’t be able to look away.
Abby Webb, Rice University
It might not be the scariest show on Netflix, but here’s why the horror series should be on your watchlist anyway.
It gives us plenty to theorize about, for sure. Spoilers ahead.
Sydney Hawkins, Alabama A&M University
Technology-washed and introverted millennials can learn a thing or two by watching some classic shows from the last century.
Take a shot every time your character dies.
Marie Christensen, George Fox University
The Korean drama explores the nature of memory and love — also, a grim reaper has to pay rent to his 939-year-old landlord.
Kaitlin Romriell, Southern New Hampshire University
The reboot of the iconic ’80s series is back for another round.
Maddy Ipema, Columbia College Chicago
The young actor accurately represents plus-size women without perpetuating unrealistic expectations.
Sharks are friends, not monsters for us to stigmatize and capitalize on.
The next phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe promises to fill the next two years with our favorite superheroes and some new contenders.
Amber Amortegui, Palm Beach Atlantic University
Here’s everything you need to know about the nation’s only large-scale museum for all things film.
Noah Carey, University of Pennsylvania
Marvel and Disney+ have teamed up to further explore some of the underrepresented aspects of the MCU.
Veronica Kuffel, University of Wisconsin-Madison
The online personality’s transition from YouTube to late-night talk show represents a new era of celebrity.
Caleb Dukes, Rice University
The corresponding Beyoncé album mirrors past Disney music projects, like Kendrick Lamar’s ‘Black Panther: The Album.’
Amazon Prime’s surprise hit is a tragic comedy not for the faint of heart.
Eric Alexander, University of Colorado Denver
For 30 years, Russi Taylor stole fans’ hearts and taught many important lessons.
Claudia Ng, University of Texas at Austin
In a world plagued by environmental carelessness, young people are exerting their power to save themselves and the future.
Morgan Thomas, Baylor University
For all of the aspiring Mary Berrys out there.
It’s a puzzling game, I’ll tell you that.
Cameron Rapata, Columbia College Chicago
Although it’s entirely CGI, after a peek into the film’s production, we might actually be able to call the newest Disney remake a live-action movie.
Rebecca McKinley Parsons, Wake Forest University
‘90s nostalgia strikes again.
It’s just not a good movie, regardless of the genre you place it in.
Christine Bushart, Georgia State University
What’s in a friendship?
Rap and hip-hop is once again turning to Africa for inspiration.
Can’t decide between yoga or barre? Why not both PLUS a martial arts class?
From her early beginnings on ‘My Drunk Kitchen’ to her latest book, the young comedian’s witty humor and strange quirks capture the Hart of humor.
In love with sci-fi and the twists the iconic show is known for? These four thrilling anthologies will be worth the watch.
Hannah Jumer, Converse College
Get ready for a feline-filled video game adventure.
Everything is there, but ‘Big Little Lies’ is not the same a second time around.
We like to believe we’re immune to propaganda, but in the age of social media, it can be a lot more insidious than we expect.
The future is body positive, thanks to influencers like this one.
Be prepared for fillers, meaningless romance, poor writing and no detective.
Zailin Peña, Southern Adventist University
Out of all the streaming services, this one absolutely has the best selection of crime docs.
The trope of the Bond girl is finally dead.
Bye Bye Birdie? More Like Bye Bye Broadway.
Does Tarantino’s new film live up to the seven-minute standing ovation it received from this year’s Cannes?
Gabriel Iglesias’ new show addresses some of America’s biggest social issues.
They cure all your comic cravings, and they’re right at your fingertips.
Andrew Thomas Huang brings surreal fantasy and intersectionality to LGBTQIA film.
The network’s ‘no politics’ policy is cowardly and absolutely unnecessary in today’s climate.
The Kingdom of Ravka is leaping from page to screen.
These three movies might cause you to question your Cage-hate.
This isn’t your everyday residence hall round-robin tournament.
All binge-worthy shows must come to an end.
Enjoy a melting pot of action, comedy, high drama and lots of cool moves.
‘There is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so.’ — Shakespeare, ‘Hamlet’
Will it be a feat of filmmaking or a cat-tastrophe?
It’s hard to choose a side when the comedian himself won’t take a stand.
Logan Floyd, Mercyhurst University
Grant Morrison’s famous run on the World’s Strangest Heroes offers fans of the show even more madness.
Kala Horvat, University of Georgia
The second season of the FX hit is halfway through; here’s what we can take away from it so far.
Holy Schitt! Pop TV’s obscure hit shines in the Emmy limelight.
As marijuana’s stigma changes with its legalization, so does its representation in television.
It’s the part of the internet where dreams come true.
This sitcom tackles Hollywood cynicism with a hilarious and open heart.
The show is only for viewers who are ready to do some serious binge-watching.
They’re sneaking their way into our screens, hearts and kitchens.
You don’t have to be a sports fans to appreciate these inspirational and profound stories.
Live-action Disney films are revealing a whole new world of magic.
We all love when we get to see our favorite artists on the screen, but what happens when the reality doesn’t live up to the hype?
In a world where the show doesn’t exist, and this isn’t a tie-in product, it would just be a boring video game.
But you should still go see it anyway, especially if you like the Beatles.
The latest addition to the MCU is full of laughs, action and plenty of heart, but the post-credits scene is a true revelation.
This YouTube doctor has answers to all of your medical questions.
Who says cartoons are only for kids?
The Ari Aster film seamlessly merges the sublimely beautiful with the disturbingly sinister, creating a world that audiences will both revile and desire.
These titles might not have made headlines, but they steal the stage with righteous storytelling and immersive gameplay.
Here’s a spoiler: There is a better Franco brother.
Looking for a fantasy fix? Check out these works from a variety of different media to get a break from the day-to-day.
The YouTuber creates videos that explore mental illness by using different characters to voice different parts of his brain.
We might be approaching a golden age of TV sci-fi and fantasy.
We’ve reached the death of the show’s subtle Cold War commentary.
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