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‘Mulan’ live action was a deep dishonor to fans of the original

Who is this live-action “Mulan” for? Fans of the original “Mulan,” like myself, love the Fa ancestors (renamed Hua in the live-action), Mulan’s grandmother, Mushu the tiny dragon, the cricket, General Shang, the songs, the… Read More...

Abysmal writing ruins the Mulan remake

In the latest attempt by Disney executives to exploit nostalgia and steal your money, Mulan 2020 somehow fails to deliver even an average, coherent story. This live-action remake of the 1998 animated classic, directed by… Read More...

A pointless endeavor: ‘Phineas and Ferb: Candace Against the Universe’

Before we start the review, we would like to warn you that this review contains a good amount of spoilers. You have been warned.  Phineas and Ferb, a cartoon recognized by many, is often characterized… Read More...

Alan Resnick’s mild horror of the mundane surreal

A year ago, I would have stated that life is slow most of the time. Very little happens day to day, and it is only in the long run that we see dramatic change. Today,… Read More...

Fall Guys: Pure, Addicting Fun

“Fall Guys” suddenly popped up on my radar about a week ago. Everyone I knew was playing and had nothing but good things to say about it. It amazed me that what seemed to be… Read More...

Netflix K-Drama sure to ‘Crash Land’ into your heart

The Korean drama “Crash Landing On You” has become one of the most binge-worthy series in the midst of the pandemic and quarantine. Even without the pandemic, however, “Crash Landing On You” captivates its audience… Read More...

Student art showcase: 08/28

Are you? by Hannah Park ’23 (2019) Bonnie by Tenor Matys ’22 (2020) Josephine Jobert by Gretchen Manley ’22 (2020)… Read More...

Friendship, queer love and big pharma in ‘The Old Guard’

If you can die a thousand times and always wake up, what is the point in living? This is the central, if unspoken, question in “The Old Guard.” The answer: friendship. “Friends are good” might… Read More...

‘Surveillance Camera Man:’ The greatest video on Youtube

Imagine yourself out in public. You could be alone or with your family. It could be noon or three in the morning. A man approaches you holding a camera. He is a complete stranger, and… Read More...

‘folklore:’ fantastical little tales of love and loss

Taylor Swift’s “folklore” feels like that rare beam of sunlight that you quietly appreciate in the midst of a brewing thunderstorm—a story told in a small bedroom with the curtains drawn to keep out the… Read More...
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