No comparisons should be drawn between the BLM protests and the Capitol riots, but the police response at both events should be highlighted.
Hallmark has begun shifting from a glossy image of love and the real world to make slow (slow) steps towards a more inclusive picture.
The shift to distance learning left much to be desired for both students and professors, though some have stepped up despite the struggles.
Flexibility of competition show’s COVID protocols creates a visual clash between the need to enact safety procedures and the desire to make the show appear as normal as possible.
History says sports and politics go together but many of today’s viewers have different thoughts as to what they believe athletes can say.
Big Sky’s pilot aired Tuesday, Nov. 17 and presented nothing but discombobulated plots and characters that the pilot attempted to sew together in the end, but failed to capture the intrigue it intended to create.
Barbie endures as a symbol of childhood nostalgia, but her story adapts within modern sociopolitical context.
The problem with some coronavirus-themed entertainment is that it is a little too on-the-nose and too out-of-touch.
Fatman presents a disjointed narrative starring Gibson as a seasoned and grisly take on Santa Claus, or the Fatman, in which the U.S. military recruits Chris Cringle for reasons that remain incredibly unclear.
With the election impending, it’s time to scrutinize the romanticization of Trump’s anti-political correctness and its false connection to punk.