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Licorice Pizza poster showcases characters in Alana and Garys life

Licorice Pizza: Paul Thomas Anderson’s latest gem

By Skyler Martin, Arts Editor January 24, 2022

Paul Thomas Anderson’s newest feature film, Licorice Pizza, paints the San Fernando Valley, just north of central Los Angeles, in a golden hue reminiscent of childlike wonder and evokes a won't-grow-up...

Don’t Look Up

Don’t Look Up

By Kate Corcoran, Staff Writer January 19, 2022

With a new year comes new Netflix features, everything from classic comedic TV shows like Seinfeld or a drama like Downton Abbey. Many titles old and new are flooding in for Netflix subscribers everywhere....

One of the official promotional posters for Big Mouth showcases the shows raunchy humor

Comedic problems: “Big Mouth” Review

By Dylan Ratcliffe, Staff Writer December 23, 2021
Hormone monsters and depression kitties take over Netflix
Showtimes new coming of age drama premiered Nov. 14, 2021

“Yellowjackets” Review: Showtime’s new retrospective on girlhood bares its teeth

By Leila Kohn, Reviews Editor December 22, 2021
Third wave feminism and the unsanitary female on screen
“Spider-Man: No Way Home” premiered Dec. 17, 2021

“Spider-Man: No Way Home” Review

By Brady Crawford, Staff Writer December 22, 2021
A perfect continuation to the iconic saga
Rowley and Greg in the new movie.

New animated “Diary of a Wimpy Kid” movie could be better

By Skyler Martin, Arts Editor December 15, 2021
New school. Old cheese.
 “House of Gucci” cast

“House of Gucci” Review: Love, business, betrayal, and family

By Maya Gallego, Staff Writer November 30, 2021
This article contains spoilers for “House of Gucci”
Thomasin McKenzie and Anya Taylor Joy star in Edgar Wright’s latest study of the horrors of nostalgia

“Last Night in Soho” Review: A blood-soaked neon journey through London

By Leila Kohn, Reviews Editor November 30, 2021
Despite its haunting beauty, Edgar Wright’s new psychological thriller fails at its core
Swift releases new recordings of old favorites.

“Red” begins again with an all-new version

By Kaya Simcoe, Staff Writer November 29, 2021
“Everything Has Changed” after the re-release of Taylor Swift's acclaimed 2012 album
The remastered album makes a return 40 years after its initial release

“Tattoo You” Review: Revisiting the album 40 years later

By Ava DeLuca, Managing/Arts Editor November 12, 2021
From guitar-smashing rock hits to eccentric ballads, the Rolling Stones’ 16th album still has all its charm
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