Pop culture columnist Anna Tolkien CM ’24 reviews the newly-released Netflix original series “The Haunting of Bly Manor.”
In this week’s film column, Rachael Diamond SC ’21 reviews “Hustlers,” praising its dramatic, yet touching portrayal of female friendship amidst financial hardship. She writes, “Regardless of the questionable moral dynamics at play, you leave the theater in utter admiration of Destiny’s and Ramona’s tenacity … a testament to the powerful allure of the film — and of money itself.”
The bassline recaps the musicality and origins of Abbey Road, The Beatles’ last group album, which celebrates its 50th anniversary this year.
One of the perks of having access to six dining halls is that it is physically possible to have six separate Thanksgiving meals in
Nikolai Gogol’s satirical play “The Government Inspector” is being showcased at Pomona College’s Seaver Theatre from Nov. 15-18. Directed by Giovanni Ortega, Pomona assistant
There are films that are great because they challenge the audience, develop fully three-dimensional characters, and are remarkably crafted. Then there are films that