Film and TV

A.S. Program Board Presents: Ask Ari Aster

This event was any movie lover’s dream as students were able to pick Aster’s brilliant mind and learn more about the film industry.
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“Survivor: 40” Review: An All-Winner Cast Creates a Winning Season

This season provided memorable moments, funny interactions and great gameplay to go with a fantastic cast.
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Creating a New Home: “Unorthodox” Review

This revolutionary and unapologetically unique show remains relatively obscure, and even more than a month after its release it is still deprived of the popular buzz it deserves.
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“Never Have I Ever”: Mindy Kaling’s New Series on Netflix

While “Never Have I Ever” may sound like an otherwise banal and dry teen show from the name, the show presents so much more for the representation of women of color in television.
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Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn’s “Making the Cut” Barely Makes It Work

If you desperately miss Klum and Gunn and miss watching innovative fashions walk down the runway, this show does the job.
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“Outer Banks”: Does Netflix’s New East Coast Teen Drama Live Up to the Hype?

From all these dynamic relationships and conflicts comes an enthralling, 10-episode series full of lust, mystery and absurd twists.
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Artsweek’s April Film Calendar: 30 Recommendations for Each Day of the Month

Artsweek’s April Film Calendar is finally here and ready to lift up spirits during this time of social distancing and self-isolation.
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You Can’t Look Away From “Tiger King’’

Tweets, memes and uppity think pieces alike all have their own takes on this absolute madhouse of a show.
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7 Netflix Shows to Watch While Quarantining

In need of good television and entertainment while you’re stuck at home during this global pandemic? Well, look no further.
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Pete Davidson Stand-Up Comedy Special Review

To a generation that greatly values authenticity, Davidson’s voice may very well be one of the more sane ones to rise up.
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“All the Bright Places”: A Trip Back to Middle School

It’s better late than never for Netflix to finally release an “All the Bright Places” screen adaptation.
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“Portrait of a Lady on Fire” Crafts a Smoldering Love Story

“Portrait of a Lady on Fire” is a poignant, brilliantly realized story about love. But more specifically, it is a beautiful meditation on the memory of love.
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“To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You”: Does It Live Up to the Hype?

I fittingly watched the movie in my bed on Valentine’s Day, hopeful that it would live up to the book’s rollercoaster of emotions. 
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In Review: “Horse Girl”

“Horse Girl,” a new Netflix 2020 drama, is something very different and unexpected.
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A Rundown of This Year’s Oscar Noms: Who’s Going to Win?

The biggest night for the film industry is coming up this weekend: the 92nd Academy Awards. Hosted by ABC, this near century-old event has only changed with its decline in relevance.
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