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‘Malcolm & Marie’: how art meets life

“Malcolm & Marie” follows a couple’s intimate relationship as truths arise, insecurities become clear, and art’s relationship with life is debated. 

Top five Asian dramas to watch over spring break

With the rise of K-pop and bands like BTS, also known as the Bangtan Boys, and Korean dramas, it is clear that Americans are beginning to dip their toes into Korean culture. I compiled a list of the top five Asian dramas to watch on Netflix

‘Green Book’ breaks racial barriers

Nowadays, hatred seems to be a theme in our country. Controversial ideas that we thought were gone after the Civil Rights Movement seem to be emerging again.

‘First Man’ details heroic journey to moon

Director Damien Chazelle takes a distinct approach with “First Man” by giving us a look at not just the story of NASA’s accomplishment, but by also telling the story of Armstrong’s life throughout the 1960s and the personal struggles he faces

‘Élite’ joins list of high-quality Netflix dramas

It is Netflix’s second original Spanish series, and it puts a European twist on shows like “Gossip Girl” and “13 Reasons Why.”

Distinguished professor covers Cosby trial

The School of Arts and Communication continued its fall 2018 faculty lecture series with its fifth presentation titled, “Celebrity Culture and the Criminal Justice System” in Mayo Concert Hall on Oct. 19.   

‘Assassination Nation’ slays political agenda

While the premise seems a bit far-fetched, it actually works well since the point of the film is its political message, not the fictional plot itself.

Satisfied viewers live ‘Nappily Ever After’

It sparks a myriad of conversations around issues such as the ideologies of race, gender conventions, self-love and, most importantly, hair.

‘Isle Of Dogs’ dips paws in new waters

With stunning visuals and precisely coordinated details, watching “Isle of Dogs” will make viewers forget that they are watching a film comprised of everyday objects.

‘Love Simon’ warms viewers’ hearts

Based on Becky Albertalli’s 2015 novel, “Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda,” “Love, Simon” is a coming-of-age story about Simon Spier, a student who struggles to come to terms with his closeted sexuality, and is willing to do whatever it takes to not be outed by another student who knows about his attraction to men.

‘Thoroughbreds’ an intense viewing experience

“Thoroughbreds” is an independent drama/thriller film released on March 9 to audiences across the U.S. The film is dedicated to the late Anton Yelchin, who portrayed the character Tim.

‘Fifty Shades Freed’ fails to live up to hype

In the much-anticipated finale of the “Fifty Shades” film trilogy, readers may be left piecing some scenes together while moviegoers who have not read the books may be intrigued by the suspenseful elements of “Fifty Shades Freed.”

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