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Should Netflix movies qualify for Oscars?

They’re taking money from the movie theater industry Opinion by Alexander Elmore Director Steven Spielberg  recently said in a interview that Netflix films should not be able to qualify for Academy Awards, but should only be able to be nominated for Emmys, as they should

Netflix adds 30 new anime series

What this means for streaming powerhouse Anime—a popular Japanese cartoon style—seems to be on the rise  as  more people are starting to flock to the genre. Shows like Death Note or Full Metal Alchemist are inciting conversations that people want to be apart of and

A Wrinkle in Time radiates with beauty

Disney fantasy is a sight to see by Alexander Elmore and Jaleesia Fobbs Disney’s updated adaptation of A Wrinkle in Time, which is based on a 1962 children’s novel by Madeleine L’Engle, stands almost entirely on the grounds of sheer spectacle. Meg Murray (Storm Reid)

I Feel Pretty | Trailer Review

Amy Schumer, and her crazy, comedic antics have returned with the release of the trailer for her upcoming movie I Feel Pretty. Releasing in theaters June 29, I Feel Pretty tells the story of an ordinary woman who struggles with feelings of insecurity and inadequacy

Wakanda Forever: Black Panther is a triumph

A cultural revolution that defies all doubts Marvel’s highly anticipated Black Panther was released in theaters this past weekend, and it has shattered box office records by bringing in more than $241 million in its opening weekend.  Director Ryan Coogler has managed to create more

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Disney sets the bar for representation

Studio giant crushes stereotypes This year is expected to be a big one for Disney with the release of ten new films across many genres. Perhaps one of the most anticipated movies of the year is Black Panther. The film’s trailer not only had 89

How does binge culture affect viewer experience?

It is more convenient and fun By Jaleesia Fobbs Streaming services have given viewers instant gratification through content anytime and anywhere. Services such as Hulu, Netflix, and Amazon Prime give consumers the opportunity to be able to watch original content and catch up on both old