Streaming services, once a novel idea, are now a mainstay in how people watch TV and movies. Students discuss what they like and don’t like about these platforms, as well as their preference for the traditional theatrical experience.
Students with large followings on TikTok are speaking on the social media app taking over entertainment. They say it’s due to the short viewership attention span that has happened over time.
“He’s All That,” a remake of the 1990s classic, “She’s All That,” premiered Aug. 25, on Netflix, starring TikTok sensation Addison Rae. The film fails to live up to the original and its performances and production make it a bad movie.
After missing a typical summer film season in 2020, studios and audiences alike looked forward to this summer’s lineup of new releases. With a variety of films premiering to varying degrees of success, this summer signified the return of the in-person theater experience.
Minimalists Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus are back with a new documentary called “The Minimalists: Less is Now,” which explores their passionate reason for their change in lifestyle. However, some may feel that this documentary might be less life-changing and more tiresome to watch.
During the quarantine period, many people have spent more time with their families. “Jack Whitehall: Travels with My Father” shows the hilarious stories of traveling with ones’ family member.
As pop culture sweeps the whole world, more people are taking part in hip-hop and breakdance. “Work It” is especially attractive to viewers during COVID-19, when many are confined inside and eager to move their bodies.
With a little critical thinking and research, you can turn hours of watching TV shows like Netflix’s “Tiger King” into meaningful social reform.
Picking up new hobbies during quarantine can create a meaningful space to invest in and have control over.
The seventh installment of Fresh Faces introduces Kait Ward to the Pepperdine community. Ward discusses her love of dance, personal goals and future.