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“Moxie”: An Empowering Take On Feminism

“Moxie”: An Empowering Take On Feminism

Savanna Crawford, Editorial Assistant March 15, 2021

*Slight Spoiler Warning*   Trigger Warning: Mentions of Rape and Sexual Assault   Just in time for Women’s History Month, Netflix has released a movie called “Moxie,” which...

“The Prom”: A Musical That Teaches Acceptance

Emilia Aviles, Staff Writer January 15, 2021

For some, “The Prom,” a Netflix film, is a relatable musical comedy, and for others, it is a must-see due to the director’s past musical hit,“Glee.”   The focus of this movie is on...

Netflix Comedies Glorify Sexual Assault

Netflix Comedies Glorify Sexual Assault

Janelle Camba, Editor in Chief November 6, 2020

Trigger Warning: Mentions of rape, sexual assault, non-consensual sexual activity   Over the summer, Netflix’s “Cuties” sparked a controversial uproar concerning the sexualization of children....

“Enola Holmes”: A Step in the Right Direction

“Enola Holmes”: A Step in the Right Direction

Janelle Camba, Editor in Chief September 28, 2020

“Enola Holmes” centers around the adventures of Sherlock Holmes’s less famous sister, Enola. The movie, which can be found on Netflix, follows an undercover Enola attempting to track down her mother...

“Lovebirds”: An Unconventional Romantic Comedy

“Lovebirds”: An Unconventional Romantic Comedy

Janelle Camba, Editorial Assistant June 3, 2020

“Lovebirds” is best described as an untraditional romantic comedy. The story follows Jibran and Leilani, a bickering couple, on an adventure involving murder, blackmail, and a secret society of wealthy...

“100 Humans: Life’s Questions. Answered.” Gives a New Take on Brain Games

“100 Humans: Life’s Questions. Answered.” Gives a New Take on Brain Games

Janelle Camba, Editorial Assistant April 28, 2020

In a time of quarantine and isolation, Netflix decided to release a psychological documentary series based on people in quarantine and isolation. “100 Humans: Life’s Questions. Answered.” is a show...

The slab descends into a purgatory-like area amidst a beam of light. Goreng, played by Iván Massagué, is collapsed on the left.. Zihara Llana, who played the girl, is on the right.

A Critical Analysis of “The Platform,” a Gut-Wrenching Allegory

Sydney Haulenbeek, Editor in Chief April 22, 2020

Note: Contains spoilers and details the plot of “The Platform”. This can be read without having seen the movie, but previous viewing contributes to the analysis.    “The Platform”,...

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Love is Blind: The TV Show Social Experiment That Moves Too Fast

Jack Shupe, Staff Writer March 17, 2020

Vanessa and Nick Lachey, a married couple, are the co-hosts of the new Netflix Original Series, “Love is Blind”. The premise of the show is that 15 men and 15 women are kept in the same building, but...

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Battle of the Streaming Services: Netflix vs Disney+

Janelle Camba, Editorial Assistant February 28, 2020

In November of 2019, Disney+ made its debut, raking in over 10 million subscribers on the first day. The entertainment giant’s success continues today as it accrued 28.6 million subscribers in the first...

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“To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You” Loses the Balance Between Drama and Romance

Janelle Camba, Editorial Assistant February 25, 2020

In the summer of 2018, “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before” was a smash hit among teens, prompting a sequel released February 12, 2020, and a third movie in the making. In the sequel, “To All the...

Bandersnatch - You're Not in Control

Bandersnatch – You’re Not in Control

Sydney Haulenbeek, Editor in Chief January 7, 2019

I started playing Bandersnatch, Netflix’s new interactive Black Mirror film, with a digital map readily pulled from Twitter, ready to fix Stefan’s life as he embarked on his video game creation. I...

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The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: A Review

Ashlee Rowe, Staff Writer November 15, 2018

Warning! Spoilers. Not detailed, but still heavily present.   "The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina" is a great show that I highly recommend. Although I may not agree with some of the choices...

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