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A Love Letter to F.R.I.E.N.D.S

For almost three decades, Friends has stood the test of time. The beloved sitcom is often underestimated; yet the recent tragic passing of Matthew Perry and the clear impact he…

Review: Meet Me in the Bathroom

Meet Me in the Bathroom is a documentary on the whirlwind blink-and-you’ll -miss-it New York City rock scene circa y2k. In Will Lovelace and Dylan Southern’s adaptation of Lizzy Goodman’s…

Shakespeare Society’s Masquerade Ball

At the heart of many good nights out is drinking and dancing, but the trick is to look stylish while doing so. There is a delicate balance between external refinement…

Deconstructing the Inaccessibility of the Fashion Week Runway

At the end of every annual New York Fashion Week, us idle viewers are inevitably bombarded with a social media feed full of outlandish and unconventional interpretations of what we…

Succession Series 3

Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ In the explosive final moments of Succession’s second series, Kendall Roy (Jeremy Strong) accused his billionaire CEO father Logan (Brian Cox) of complicity in numerous sexual abuse cover-ups…

Does the Friends reunion mark the rise of ‘uncancelled’ culture?

Rating – ⭐ Who needs enemies when you have Friends like these? The Aniston and Schwimmer ‘real life’ love story mirroring the fictional storyline appeared a decoy for dealing with…

Grand Army

Content Warning: Sexual assault, anti-blackness. Watching Grand Army’s nine-episode first season was easy. Maybe too easy, with each hour long episode rapidly collapsing together as the dreaded ‘next episode’ button…

The Kitchen

Based on its story, The Kitchen fits perfectly into the feminist narrative. Three housewives of the 1970s, played by Melissa McCarthy, Tiffany Haddish and Elisabeth Moss, face a hard financial…