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Released on Nov. 22, “Maestro” pays a respectful tribute to Jewish composer among offensive minority representation in Hollywood.

The ethics of a nose: Netflix’s “Maestro” raises questions from critics

Zoe Boxenbaum '25, Broadcast Director December 18, 2023

After six years of preparation, an $80 million budget, 129 minutes of run time and one prosthetic nose, “Maestro” (a biopic about legendary Jewish composer Leonard Bernstein) has proven to be a box...

Side by side comparison of the original cast from that 70s show and the new cast of the sequel, that 90s show. Many of the new characters are connected to the original cast, such as Leia being Donna and Eric’s daughter.

‘That ’90s Show’ fails to exceed expectations as ‘That ’70s Show’ sequel; underwhelms fans

Katherine Phelps '25, Opinions Paper Editor February 6, 2023

I have never been a fan of reboots, spin offs or sequels, simply because they never live up to my expectations. When I found out that there would be a sequel to “That ’70s Show” premiering on  Netflix,...

 At the beginning of the movie we see the characters receive an invitation. On that invitation has an evil eye or a mati and it refers to Miles Bron and his connection to his friends, the disruptors.

‘Glass Onion’ fails to meet high expectations

Ava Chun '25, Paper Arts Editor January 11, 2023

Watching as the mystery unravels, secret after secret, lie after lie. Each character is revealed to us in layers, like an onion.  “Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery” satisfies the mystery hunters,...

Netflix’s “The Monster: Dahmer” successfully entertains, but falls short in terms of morality and its focus upon the victims’ stories.

‘The Jeffrey Dahmer Story’ shamefully dramatizes trauma for entertainment

Elle Vail '23, Staff Writer October 31, 2022

Serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer has been all over social media lately: TikTok, Snapchat, Instagram –you name the platform; he’s received publicity for it. As Halloween nears, I hear more and more talk...

Tessa Cassell ’24 consistently checks to see if her favorite show “Friends” has returned to Netflix. After viewing it for the last time in 2019, she turns to cable television to occasionally watch replays of randomly selected episodes, realizing that the app isn’t as worth it.

Netflix’s recent adjustments outrage users

Talia Varsano, Arts Paper Editor June 8, 2022

It’s finally Friday night and after a day full of long classes, sports games and driving around, you and your closest group of friends pile onto the couch, scramble for the remote and finally are greeted...

Netflix released season four of Drive to Survive on March 13. Drive to Survive captures the behind-the-scenes moments of the Formula 1 race season, including team rivalries, driver lineups and the role of money in the sport.

Season four of ‘Drive to Survive’ delivers the behind the scenes of a thrilling Formula 1 season

Hannah Ratcliffe ’22, Web Arts Editor May 3, 2022

Following each Formula 1 season full of intense racing, fierce rivalries and emotional outcomes, Netflix releases a season of “Drive to Survive,” a 10-episode special that dives deep into the sport...

Netflix series ‘Old Enough’ highlights Japanese culture and provides entertainment to viewers, although the show only features a few children, it is also exemplary of everyday life for many kids.

Netflix series ‘Old Enough’ strikes controversy in parenting style

Margot Richlin '23, Audience Engagement Manager May 2, 2022

One of the many benefits of streaming services such as Netflix is that they attract a new audience to older- running television shows. The series ‘Old Enough’ has been running for over 30 years but...

“The Woman in the House Across the Street from the Girl in the Window” consists of eight episodes, around 20 minutes each. The series has not been renewed for a second season yet.

‘The Woman in the House Across the Street from the Girl in the Window’ brilliantly disorients viewers with satirical thriller

Gabriella Gerig ’23, Paper Sports Editor February 23, 2022

“The Woman in the House Across the Street from the Girl in the Window” is a must watch for fans of “The Girl on the Train,” “Gone Girl” and “The Woman in the Window.” It is a parody...

Netflix released “Are You The One?” this holiday season to cure our reality TV cravings. Each season has different casts with different dilemmas.

‘Are You The One?’ is the throwback reality TV show Netflix knew we all needed

Shira Zeiberg '22, Outreach Manager December 18, 2021

Like reality shows “The Bachelor” and “Too Hot To Handle,” “Are you the One?” has you glued to your computer screen. The show was reintroduced this December by MTV after it was previously filmed...

I would rate the film four and a half stars out of five for its success in tackling an elaborate topic with sophistication and pleasurable historical recreation. The plot formulates each characters looming struggle with identity, even articulating in the film that “we‘re, all of us, passing for something.”

‘Passing’ tackles the complexity of racial perception in the 20s with sophistication

Madeline Michalowski '22, Assistant Creative Director December 16, 2021

One might think that returning to black and white filmmaking would reverse the incredible advances we have made in the film industry. The loss of color that often creates tone and emotion in a scene may...

Pictured above are various heroes one can play in League of Legends and are characters featured in Arcane. With an already confirmed second season, Arcane has presented fans of League of Legends and science fiction with an animated, dramatic and explosive story.

“Arcane” rightfully earns Netflix top 10 ranking

Hannah Conn ’23, Web Opinions Editor December 14, 2021

With a perfect blend of steampunk and fantasy, "Arcane" depicts a world run by politics, magic and class divides. Even from the first episode, it was clear that the show takes the cake for Netflix’s...

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