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The Knight Before Christmas is a merry mess

After watching Vanessa Hudgens play look-a-likes in a fictional European country last holiday season in The Princess Switch, my expectations were high for this year’s fiasco of a Christmas film.Continue...

Three unconventional Indian films to watch this winter break

The winter break is within sight, and with it comes ample time to catch up on streaming TV shows and movies.Continue...

Atypical season three is formulaic but fun

Atypical is an underappreciated gem from Netflix’s roster of original content.Continue...

Don’t cancel your Netflix subscription for Disney+ just yet

While you were busy trying to find a movie to watch on Netflix, the major studios and tech companies were busy putting cable on the Internet.

Once upon a time, Netflix was one of the only...Continue...

BoJack Horseman nears the end, and things are looking up

No, BoJack Horseman is not Family Guy with a horse.Continue...

The perfect simplicity of Living with Yourself

We see a new side to Paul Rudd in the new Netflix series Living with Yourself .Continue...

Season four of Riverdale is starting off exactly as you’d expect

Riverdale kicked off its fourth season on Oct. 9 with a new but classically confusing plot, the same hyper-sexualized teenage characters, and all of its general ridiculousness.Continue...

Netflix should be held accountable for ingenuine commitments to diverse TV

With evidence showing diversity attracts bigger audiences and greater profit, it’s unsurprising TV has recently been overwhelmed with voices that have traditionally been silenced. It’s also no surprise that, in recent months, Netflix—the streaming giant and production company—has advertised itself as a platform for diverse storytelling.Continue...

Queen’s Eats: Five mouth-watering must-sees for any student chef

As a busy student, meals are usually quick to prepare—and to scarf down.Continue...

The one where we reminisce about Friends

Whether you’ve watched every episode of Friends multiple times or just know when to clap during the theme song, there’s no question as to the show’s ongoing cultural importance.Continue...

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