Arts and Culture

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8 Foreign Language Films to Watch during Quarantine

Jessie Chen It is often said that film and television can be the gateway to understanding the nuances of a particular culture. Since media consumption is frequently considered as a form of entertainment, we may readily take the insights we gain from films for granted in normal circumstances. But, of course, these are not typical…

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Frozen 2 reviewed

by Yoonjung Choi Disney has done the impossible by making a wonderful animated-musical sequel. Frozen 2 is full of surprises and answers to the questions we had ever since we saw Frozen. It also presents us with important lessons and songs that will stick with us. Leaving the movie theatre, we are highly likely to…

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Rick and Morty back for season 4

by Adya Patil Ooh Wee! Rick and Morty is back for season four, providing fans with another dose of the show’s exploration of existential questions with underlying philosophical themes, masked by dark humor and fart jokes. If you’re the rare individual who hasn’t heard of the show, Rick and Morty is an animated show following…

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Modern Family, a changed first impression

by Chloe Tse I will never watch a show as shallow as Modern Family; I will never stoop down to a level that low, I thought when I saw my cousin staring bugged-eye at the television. Fast forward to Christmas break, and I found myself sprawled under the covers, with my computer set to the…

‘Joker’ is No Laughing Matter
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‘Joker’ is No Laughing Matter

Jaime Glinoga Illustration by Grace Cao Send in the clowns, because Joker is one for the ages. Watching Joker is like watching a twisted roller coaster, where the focus isn’t on the twists or turns or jaw-dropping leaps — it’s on the build. It’s the terrible sound of metal chattering against metal, being brought along…

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