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You’ll be ‘Over the Moon’ for this original Netflix film

Although the Mid-Autumn festival is well behind us now, “Over the Moon” is still a perfect movie to watch for people who want a heartwarming family story. When paired with the fun and bright animation… Read More...

‘Aunty Donna’s Big Ol’ House of Fun’ serves as an absurdist escape for fans of sketch comedy

Over the past week, I have learned that Ed Helms’s real name is Egg Helms and that Jerry Seinfeld’s wifi name is, hilariously, “pretty fly for a wifi.” I learned these facts and much more… Read More...

Green Gables would’ve been better off with a boy

“Anne with an E” is Netflix’s adaptation of “Anne of Green Gables,” though it seems the creators of the show did not read the book. “Anne with an E” centers around Anne (Amybeth McNulty), who… Read More...

‘Genshin Impact’ is underwhelming

Developed by miHoYo, “Genshin Impact” is an ambitious free-to-play anime mobile RPG that has taken the gaming industry by storm, raking in $245 million worldwide within its first month, making it the highest-grossing mobile game… Read More...

Switching ‘positions:’ Ariana Grande’s latest album is a sensual fantasy

Ariana Grande’s latest album, “positions,” is an enigmatic, provocative, vocal dream where Grande is attempting to solidify her status as an R&B singer. Put simply, this album is sexy. It reveals an Ari who is… Read More...

Student cartoon showcase: 11/20

Campus Life Part 9 by David Shapiro ’24@campus_life_cartoons… Read More...

The (kind of) intrinsic atmosphere of ‘We Are Who We Are’

Luca Guadagnino and HBO’s “We Are Who We Are” is a unique show that carries through with a lot of the cinematic elements the company and director are known for. Combining the mind behind “Call… Read More...

‘Anton Pavlovich’s Garden Club:’ Anton Pavlovich’s orchard brought into the 21st century

UPDATED: 11/13/20, 7:08 P.M. Sometimes the best way to see something is to hear it. “Anton Pavlovich’s Garden Club” is a podcast adaptation of Anton Pavlovich Chehkov’s play “The Cherry Orchard,” written by Nate Rtischev… Read More...

‘Blood of Zeus:’ a contemporary take on ancient myths

Editor’s Note: This article contains spoilers on what happens in “Blood of Zeus.” “Blood of Zeus” offers a vibrant and new-dimensional take on ancient Greek mythology. The new Netflix anime series stays true to classic… Read More...

Preparing for ‘The Laramie Project,’ a Zoom department show

In anticipation of its virtual production of “The Laramie Project,” the Department of Theater Arts held a panel on Nov. 8 featuring Laramie’s playwright and director Moisés Kaufman and Brandeis alum Scott Barrow (MFA ‘00),… Read More...
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