This review contains spoilers. Premiering on Aug. 25, “Bottoms” provides incredible R-rated comedy — parodying classic high school comedies that came before, while still telling its own story. “Bottoms,” the...
Premiering on Aug. 18, “Blue Beetle” takes the traditional superhero genre to a new level with humor and relatable character dynamics. “Blue Beetle” provides a classic superhero narrative featuring the…
Historically, on-screen romance hasn’t always represented real life. But in recent years, movies and TV shows have portrayed relationships that have broken social stereotypes, becoming a bit more realistic.
Released in theaters on Sept. 23, “Don’t Worry Darling” finally gave audiences the body of work that was mostly known for its behind-the-scenes feuds and gossip quandaries. This movie introduces a mediocre idea and refuses to provide any answers.
In no particular order, here are some fall movie suggestions to get you into the warm and cozy spirit. These classic films can all be found on multiple different streaming platforms, along with many others that embody the fall spirit.
In Episode 2, hosts Amaya and Melanie discuss the timeless battle over Spotify and Apple Music. The hosts also get into a heated discussion over the Hollywood remake He’s all That and Hollywood’s infamous reputation of ruining classics.
Music and movies will always intertwine. The intermingling of the two creates cinematic powerhouses, and propels each component far beyond the expectations of those in the writer’s room or in the movie theater.
The male and female gaze are two concepts that have been circulating in the media thanks to TikTok. More people are exploring these concepts in modern cinema and media. But what exactly are they and how are they different?