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Movie recommendation: “The Map of Tiny Perfect Things”

"The Map of Tiny Perfect Things" is an enjoyable story of appreciating the things you may overlook.

Christopher Plummer tribute: A reflection on his roles as Captain Von Trapp and Harlan Thrombey

“The Sound of Music,” perhaps one of Plummer’s most famous roles, and “Knives Out,” one of his latest, are both films I felt a particular connection to through watching them with my family.

UD’s top five Rom Coms to watch on Netflix

Looking for love of the parasocial variety? We've got you covered.

The assassination of Fred Hampton: “Judas and the Black Messiah” reexamines the legacy of the Black Panthers

The history of the Black Panther Party is one that receives dubious treatment in overviews of the Civil Rights Movement.

“Mank:” a fine film that just can’t live up to its subject

The Netflix Original may be too concerned with form and style to live up to its premise.

Film to watch: “Locating Silver Lake,” and a conversation with director Eric Bilitch

2018's "Locating Silver Lake" is a well-constructed story of expectations and reality.

Film review: “The Social Dilemma”

"The Social Dilemma" questions the increasing reliance on and monetization of our technology habits.

How producer Ryan Murphy is taking over Netflix

Released on September 18th, Murphy’s newest television series release on Netflix titled “Ratched” had an audience of 48 million viewers in its first month, making it the most watched first season of a series on Netflix this year.

Six horror films that address issues of systemic racism and oppression

POC-directed horror films have made waves in popular culture over the last few years. Here are a few suggestions for your movie night.

The One About Politics: Best Episodes to Watch Pre-Election 2020

Will you shut up, man? I’m trying to watch Hulu.

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