With Summer just around the corner, many may be looking for something to keep them occupied. On the subject, many individuals in the United States are subscribed to at least one streaming […]
When was the last time you watched or read a “decent” sequel? Perhaps you’ve never witnessed a glorious follow-up story, or are just avoiding them altogether… but what makes a sequel “good,” in general?
After announcing new policies during the first few months of 2022, Netflix has lost over 200,000 subscribers, and are expected to lose more than a million by July. But subscribers are not happy with the newly-released updates regarding the future of the streaming giant.
Netflix recently reported it has lost over 200,000 subscribers since March. According to the streaming service, this is the most cancelations they’ve experienced in a one-month period since 2010. Netflix themselves blame social media and the cooling of the COVID-19 pandemic for their shortcomings.
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Ness Hutchins CNMS Major Eye in the Sky, directed by Gavin Hood, is a military drama about British Colonel Katherine Powell, Helen Mirren, whose military operation to capture terrorists in Kenya […]
Samuel Carlson CNMS Major As April comes to a close, most students are busy preparing for finals. Students involved with the “Maine Mayhem” project in the Communications and New Media Studies […]
All Your Movies; Actor Shia Labeouf Attempts to Call Attention to the Passive Public from a Movie Seat
By Illaria Dana, Education Major It’s Wednesday night, and actor Shia Labeouf has been streaming himself in real time onto the Internet for 29 hours and 40 minutes. He is watching […]
By Alexander Balzano 3 out of 5 stars Suffragette is a surprising, interesting historical piece. It centers on the women’s suffrage movement in England in the early 20th century and stars […]
By Garrick Hoffman, Liberal Studies Major As a cinemaphile, I rarely get excited for films. I’m not sure if it’s because the state of Hollywood is just like Bob Dylan’s music now […]