How many times have you scrolled through Netflix, genre by genre to figure out what movie or show you feel like watching? I know that I always exhaust myself to the point where I’ll settle on a random movie and immediately regret my decision, pausing it within the first scene. Now, I am by no means an expert on film, (I have taken two college level courses at ASU) and I will not pretend to be a well-renowned critic (because I mostly just critique films with friends) but I will give you a lamen’s guide to movies and shows!
By Alexis Moore
Below are a list of my favorite Glow Up narratives – that is, the stories which take us through the becoming that makes us who we are (think coming of age, but at any time). Here are five of my favorites:
By Krystina Owens
If you’re like me, then you may be already feeling bogged down and tired from classes and homework assignments. It’s sad really that I already feel so stressed and I haven’t even finished a full week of classes yet, but each semester of college is different, and sometimes it’s just plain tough to get through! Luckily Netflix is always there when your brain craves a much needed break time, and if you’re looking for a relaxing, forget-about-your-worries kind of story, Revenge of the Bridesmaids is for you.
By Krystina Owens
I’m not sure why I’m still surprised at how short and unproductive summer breaks turn out to be. This is the end of the 14th summer break of my life and here I am again feeling no more ahead than when school let out. Why? Because summer break gives me the opportunity to binge watch shows on Netflix and not feel the slightest bit guilty about it. There’s no math formulas to memorize, no final papers due, and it’s too hot to be outside pretending to enjoy myself, so why not go ahead and start on the ninth episode of a brilliant new TV series I have discovered on Netflix? Last summer it was Parks and Rec, and the summer before was Once Upon a Time. This summer, it was Friends.
By Fernanda Lopez
6 Years is the perfect movie to blast quotes all along an angsty teenagers Tumblr page. Other then that, there isn’t much to it. Directed and written by Hannah Fidell, the film revolves around the down…
By Natalie Davis
Elizabeth Town starring Kirsten Dunst and Orlando Bloom is a movie that I saw for the first time a couple weeks ago and still cannot help but write this post. I gave myself time to soothe it over, decide if it was really worth a rant, and finally I can’t help but purge this from my system: one of the …