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Spoiler-free Movie Review: Netflix creates a masterpiece for a new generation with “Enola Holmes”

“Enola Holmes” boasts a star-studded cast, including Millie Bobby Brown in her native English accent as the title character, the dashing Henry Cavill as Sherlock Holmes, Sam Claflin as the high strung Mycroft Holmes and Helena Bonham Carter as their mischievous mother, Eudoria Holmes.

Debut novel “Sluts” by UD grad sure to knock your misogynistic socks off

The novel confronts the uncomfortable reality of slut-shaming, even by those who claim to be so against it.

Using the pandemic to ketchup on Rotten Tomatoes’ freshest films

Everyone's favorite movie review aggregator can be a quick help in finding good movies to watch. Here are some favorite new watches from quarantine.

Yoga for the body and mind

Yoga has become the physical activity to beat for the quarantine era. But what are the actual health benefits of it?

A Moral Battle for “Mulan”

Although I thought the movie was good, it was hard for me to admit that I enjoyed it after I finished because I stand with what the activists are saying and am very against what Disney did. However, since this has all begun, Disney has been held accountable.

“I’m Thinking of Ending Things”: a pointlessly pointless film you can remove from your watchlist

Charlie Kaufman's latest film is as atmospheric and offbeat as the rest, but it might not be worth a watch.

I thought of watching “I’m Thinking of Ending Things”

“I’m Thinking of Ending Things,” adapted from an Iain Reid novel of the same name, is an endlessly fascinating film for the present moment, not least because of the applicability to a year marked by isolation and longing.

Chasing the aesthetic: the world of K-pop and cultural appropriation

There’s something festering within K-pop — besides the rampant mistreatment of artists by their companies, which is another discussion entirely — something that could seriously tank an idol group’s reputation on a near-permanent level. That something is cultural appropriation.

My renewed appreciation for the Harry Potter series

My movie marathon ended in a week but my belief in magic has just been renewed.

Remote learning shopping list: stuff to make your new digital life more comfortable

Buy one, a few or all to transform your desk, dorm room, dining room table, bed or floor into the comfiest makeshift classroom ever.

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