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The fun of cheesy Christmas movies

It’s December, which means it’s time for holiday shopping, baking, spending time with family, and watching as many cheesy Christmas movies as you can....

Let the television streaming wars begin

Growing up, I remember rushing home after school to watch the newest episode of Arthur on TVOKids. Arthur, Blues Clues, Zoboomafoo, and Peppa...

The degradation of the Central Park Five

When They See Us is based on a true story of the systemic oppression of racial minorities by the American judicial system. The Netflix...

TIFF 2019 film review: American Son

American Son is Netflix’s feature-film adaptation of the Broadway stage play of the same name that ran for sixteen weeks beginning in October 2018....

Gaga: Five Foot Two shows a vulnerable side of the star

If you’re familiar with Lady Gaga, you know this: she’s wildly entertaining, over-the-top dramatic, and most of all—a superstar. Even superstars have their weak moments...

The party that never happened

Netflix recently rolled in with their take on the Fyre Festival—subtitled “The Greatest Party That Never Happened.” It really could have been, but it...

Why does bad behavior make good art?

The trailer for Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile dropped last month to much social media frenzy. The Ted Bundy biopic starring Zac Efron, chronicles...

Penn Badgley’s killer performance in You

You, a Lifetime turned Netflix series based on the book of the same name by Caroline Kepnes, is a thrilling show starring Gossip Girl’s...

Is conventional television doing fine?

A few years ago, people could only watch shows when they were broadcasted on television at their designated time of the week or day....

Netflix for Canada

Netflix, an online movie-ordering service, has now eliminated the dreaded drive to the DVD rental store as it offers mail delivery and a no-due-date...
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