“My Brilliant Friend” adapts Elena Ferrante’s “Neapolitan Novels” into HBO’s first foreign language series. Kaelyn Milby ʼ22 reviews the series, which follows two friends from childhood to adulthood in twentieth century Italy.
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Staff Writer Kaelyn Milby ‘22 shares some fan-favorite films to take your spooky season to new heights. With no shortage of eerie suspense, slasher thrills, and sinister plotlines, this list of horror movies is sure to haunt you all October long.
The first season of “Staged” is as entertaining as a show filmed over Zoom could be. Every actor in the show manages to showcase their talents despite the lack of a traditional set, turning an interesting experiment into a wonderful product.
Saturday Night Live’s (SNL) ratings have been dropping since the 2020 election [https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.hollywoodreporter.com/tv/tv-news/tv-ratings-saturday-sunday-dec-5-6-2020-4101715/amp/] , probably because there are fewer jokes to make about Donald Trump. In an effort to boost ratings, SNL brought business mogul and engineer Elon
In last weekend’s episode of “Saturday Night Live” (SNL), Daniel Kaluuya, who has mostly starred in dramatic roles (most recently, “Judas and the Black Messiah”), showed off his natural comedic timing and charisma as a host for the show. While some of the sketches fell flat, others shone through
Love seafood? Well, you won’t like this… Ali Tabrizi’s most recent Netflix documentary “Seaspiracy,” released on March 21, exposes the dark underbelly of the global fishing industry and its almost incomprehensibly negative impact on the world’s oceans. “Seaspiracy” follows filmmaker Tabrizi as he treks across the globe,
Netflix’s new limited docuseries “Night Stalker: The Hunt for a Serial Killer” uncovers how two Los Angeles detectives, Gil Carillo and Frank Salerno, captured the notorious “night stalker” (Richard Ramirez) in the summer of 1985. The series dives into the events that led to Ramirez’s capture and offers