Staff Recs: Comfort Movies

“Fiddler on the Roof” by Norman Jewison Sasha Cohen, Arts Editor My grandma and I sing “If I Were a Rich Man” a lot. What can I say? We just love practicing our “biddy biddy bums”...

The Uncertain Return of Movie Theaters

After seven long and excruciating months, I finally stepped foot inside a movie theater again. I ventured to the AMC Clifton Commons 16 in New Jersey and watched Christopher Nolan’s newest blockbuster “Tenet.” I...

Taylor Swift Proves She Can Do It All

For a long time, it seemed like Taylor Swift was moving in a straight line. The musician began her career as a country singer through and through, only to progressively shed that image in...

Weekly Radio Roundup: Sept. 15 – Sept. 21

This edition of Weekly Radio Roundup exhibits singles released by old and new artists, reminding us that good music remains relevant regardless of its release, and feelings of reassurance and warmth never become outdated....

Travis Scott’s McDonald’s Collaboration Caters to His Fans

For the first time in almost 30 years, a celebrity can say that their name is on the McDonald’s menu. On Sept. 8, 2020, 28-year-old hip-hop artist and music producer Travis Scott began a...

‘Mulan’ Fails To Break Barriers Amidst Clouds of Controversy

Several of the top eight reviews on “Mulan’s” Letterboxd are related to money, rather than the film itself, but the $30 Disney+ demands on top of its pricey subscription isn’t the only reason that...

‘The Devil All the Time’: A Meditation on American Violence

Content Warning: this article contains spoilers. No one leaves unscathed or unstained from “The Devil All The Time,” a new epic drama from director Antonio Campos. The film is based on Donald Ray Pollock’s 2011...

NYFF: A Digital Celebration of Cinema

As New York Film Festival 58 kicks off with virtual accessibility for all, this guide might aid you in deciding what films are worth checking out. Due to the ongoing effects of the pandemic,...

The Ralph Lauren X Chance the Rapper Performance Reimagines Virtual Concerts

This past Monday, Chance the Rapper partnered with luxury designer Ralph Lauren to invite his fans for a free online performance in his hometown of Chicago. It was no typical live stream, as the...

‘The Mole Agent’ Is a Clever and Endearing Snapshot of Life in a Nursing...

“The Mole Agent,” directed by Chilean director Maite Alberdi, is one of those documentaries that makes you wonder whether it really is a documentary because of its dramatic and emotional progression. Alberdi plays with...

Weekly Radio Roundup: Sept. 7 – Sept. 14

Welcome to a new semester of our Weekly Radio Roundups. A lot has changed since last May but thankfully, we had some great new music releases to get us through the summer. This week’s...

‘I’m Thinking of Ending Things’ Will Leave You Confounded

In true Charlie Kaufman fashion, the director’s newest film, “I’m Thinking of Ending Things,” crafts a brilliant and rich narrative that makes very little sense. With a favorable Rotten Tomatoes score of 83% alongside...
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