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‘Through My Window: Looking at You’: maybe it’s time to close...

*Spoilers* “Through My Window: Looking at You,” the third and final installment of the “Through My Window” movie trilogy, follows the relationship between Raquel (Clara...

Netflix’s ‘Avatar: The Last Airbender’ is a well-made disappointment that struggles...

Nickelodeon’s animated series, “Avatar: The Last Airbender” (2005-2008) was one of their most successful shows. With a massive following and an endless amount of...

‘Lift’ fails to lift audience spirit

“Lift,” Netflix’s latest heist action movie, starring Kevin Hart and Gugu Mbatha-Raw, was released on Friday, Jan. 12, 2024. F. Gary Gray, well known...

In ‘May December,’ we’re all complicit in abuse and sensationalism

TW: Sexual Abuse The general public has always had a strange, almost sick fascination with disturbing cases involving some form of rape, serial killers or...

Part one of season six, ‘The Crown,’ deals delicately with Diana’s...

The first part of the highly-anticipated final season of “The Crown” dropped on Nov. 16 on Netflix last week. Focused on the late Queen...

‘The Killer’: An assassin left to his thoughts

“The Killer,” David Fincher’s hitman thriller, stars Michael Fassbender as a nameless assassin who embarks on an international vendetta after a hit gone wrong...

‘Fair Play’ is an exciting romp through an office romance gone...

Netflix’s steamy thriller on gender politics in the office was released without fanfare to the streaming platform on October 6. Chloe Domont’s directorial debut...

‘Castlevania: Nocturne’ is a wet dream for action junkies, but a...

On July 27, 2023, a first glimpse into the long-anticipated return to the “Castlevania” series came on Netflix’s YouTube account as an official teaser...

‘The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar’ review: An explicable act of...

The last time Wes Anderson brought Roald Dahl’s work to the big screen was in 2009 with “Fantastic Mr. Fox” and the result was...

‘Nimona’: a fierce sanctuary of hope and acceptance this summer

The one theme that has persisted over the years of the greatest stories in the literary canon is that of “monsters.” Dracula, Frankenstein and...