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“He’s All That” generates overexaggerated high school experiences and realities

Kimberly Cui, Rhea Master, and Rishi Ramesh September 13, 2021

“He’s All That,” a remake of the 1999 film “She’s All That” was released on Aug. 25, 2021. The movie was released exclusively on Netflix and features TikTok star Addison Rae and former Disney...

“The Falcon and the Winter Soldier” connects to real-world issues

Boomika Velineni, Multimedia Editor June 18, 2021

Warning: Minor spoilers about the show.   From March 19 to April 23, Marvel released weekly episodes of “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier” on the streaming service Disney+. The new series picks...

“She Would Never Know” navigates the realities of office dating

Claire Zhang, Features Editor May 12, 2021

K-drama “She Would Never Know,” an adaptation of the webtoon “Sunbae, Don't Put On That Lipstick,” aired its last episode on March 9, 2021. The drama follows a group of marketers working at...

Minari tells the story of the Yi family to expose the unpredictability of immigration, but also the hidden challenges of generational gaps.

Minari digs deep into American soil to uncover the root challenge of immigrants: generational gaps

Sarah Han, News Editor April 30, 2021

All the quotes said in Korean were translated to English. “Minari” rapidly became one of the most distinguished films in 2021 and captivated a wide range of audiences. However, Minari is also a...

IU’s fifth studio album Lilac displayed her ability to confidently sing in all genres of music.

IU expresses her singing confidence through “Lilac”

Ashley Lee, Staff Writer April 30, 2021

South Korean singer IU released her fifth studio album “Lilac” on March 25, 2021, surprising everyone with the many genres it held in just one album. The 25 year old singer debuted on Sep. 18, 2008...

“Run on” blends funky characters with a stereotypical love story

Claire Zhang, Features Editor April 21, 2021

“A nutjob, a loser, a psychopath, and a piece of trash.” This is how the four main characters of romance K-drama “Run on” are introduced. We first meet the “nutjob,” Ki Seon-gyeom (Im Si-wan)....

Released on Feb. 12,

“Judas and the Black Messiah” stands as an evocative tribute to Fred Hampton

Aditi Praveen Kariyanahalli, Web Features Manager April 9, 2021

This review contains spoilers. Released on Feb.12, Shaka King’s stunning biopic “Judas and the Black Messiah”, serves the audience a film that immortalizes the life of Fred Hampton (Daniel Kaluuya),...

Despite some flaws, “To All The Boys: Always and Forever” is a heartwarming end to the trilogy.

“Always and Forever” marks the end of the “To All the Boys” trilogy

Tessa Galeazzi, Assistant Web Manager April 2, 2021

“To All The Boys: Always and Forever” was released on Netflix on Feb. 12, 2021, as the third and final movie within the series. This film mainly follows the characters Lara Jean Covey (Lana Condor)...

“Pieces of a Woman” leaves more than the mother at heartbreak

Thyra Beckley, Staff Writer April 1, 2021

Parenthood for couples can be anxiety and exciting to be able to raise one of their own children and fill their house with more laughter and joy but for many other couples it is not as easy, either one...

Happiest Season delivered a sub-par plot accompanied by mediocre acting making the Hulu-original an unnecessary watch this holiday season.

“Happiest Season” left us angry

Aria Khalique and Eva Shen March 24, 2021

Released on Nov. 27, 2020, to an audience hopeful for some decent LGBTQ representation, “Happiest Season” delivered a disappointing plot and subpar acting that left us unfulfilled and irritated. The...

K-drama “True Beauty” tells the story of a teenage girl navigating the pressures of high school, and the journey to self acceptance all at the same time.

“True Beauty” fails to effectively convey the message of self-acceptance

Helen Kang and Riya Mehta March 24, 2021

On Dec. 9, 2020, Webtoon-adapted K-drama “True Beauty” was released, with its last episode airing on Feb. 4, 2021. The show follows Lim Ju-kyung, a high school girl who had been bullied by her family...

As the start of Marvel’s Phase 4, WandaVision sets the future with a new and different beginning.

WandaVision: a legend in the making

Ella Shen, Multimedia Editor March 22, 2021

Warning: some minor plot and character spoilers alluded to.  Wanda Maximoff, the powerful magic-wielding superhero played by Elizabeth Olsen, and Vision, the sentient android played by Paul Bettany,...

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