In honor of Pride Month, test your knowledge to see how much you know about LGBTQ+ film and television!
With the release of “Stranger Things” season 4, it’s the perfect time to see which character you are from this ground-breaking show!
One thing to know about me: as someone born in 1998, I didn’t know much about Marilyn Monroe before watching this documentary. My knowledge of
When thinking of American pop culture, we often frame our thoughts in terms of music and television. While these two are not mutually exclusive realms
We all have (at least) one show that we associate with lockdown because that’s when we binge-watched it. In my case, it’s “Dollface.” Short episodes,
In “Thirty-Nine,” viewers dive into the daily lives of a female trio of long-time friends. At the dawn of their forties, Mi-jo (Son Ye-jin) is
With May in bloom, you may be getting ready to finish your exams, go on a well-deserved vacation, or just soak in the sun or
The year is 2010. Lady Gaga is wearing a meat dress, “Airplanes” by B.o.B is playing on loop on the radio, and my tiny 10-
Joey King’s latest movie “The In Between” is now streaming on Netflix and Paramount+. “We were going for a teenage, modern ‘Ghost,’” said King on
If you’re anything like me, you were probably a huge Harry Potter fan growing up. You saw all the movies, read all (or in my
Julie’s life is ordinary. That’s what makes her so heartbreaking as the protagonist of Joachim Trier’s “The Worst Person in the World”. The film follows
Imagine waking up one day in a different location. You have no idea where you are. You have no idea how much time has passed.
After a massive hit of a first season, Netflix’s “Bridgerton” premiered its second season on March 25. Based on the New York Times Best Selling
Heartbreak: that shattering, heart-wrenching feeling that can turn even the happiest utopia into a dark apocalyptic place. Global star Olivia Rodrigo channeled this feeling to