The new Hulu documentary, ‘Malfunction: The Dressing Down of Janet Jackson’ spotlights the unfair treatment and sexism of the singer caused by the media.
Film & Television
Any articles related to film and television should fall in this category. This category will most likely be filled with reviews and/or commentary on films and/or television series.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe continues to expand with the release of ‘The Eternals’ which featured great visuals and a diverse cast.
The new movie ‘Spencer’ deeply explores the most vulnerable side of Princess Diana through Kirsten Stewart’s performance and visual storytelling.
“The Many Saints of Newark”, the prequel film to one HBO’s hit shows, doesn’t stand well on its own, but it excels where it needs to the most.
Travon Free, writer and co-director of “Two Distant Strangers,” won an Oscar for the short film at the 93rd Academy Awards. The film follows a young man who finds himself stuck in a time loop, forcing him to relieve a police encounter that ends in his death.
In this film review series, reporter Christian Lopez will be going through all seven Best Picture nominees for the 93rd Academy Awards in April. “Minari” depicts a Korean family moving to America and the trials that come with raising a family in pursuit of a better opportunity.
In this film review series, reporter Christian Lopez will be going through all seven Best Picture nominees for the 93rd Academy Awards in April. “Sound of Metal” depicts a fictional story of a heavy metal drummer suddenly losing his hearing.
In this film review series, reporter Christian Lopez will be going through all seven Best Picture nominees for the 93rd Academy Awards in April. “The Trial of the Chicago 7” depicts the 1969 trial of the Chicago seven, a group of men charged by the U.S. for inciting riots the previous year.
In this film review, reporter Christian Lopez discusses the highly-anticipated Zack Snyder cut of “Justice League,” which gathers some of the biggest heroes in the DC Universe and yet proved to disappoint many fans upon release in 2017.
Most of us can agree that music has kept us moving amid a draining, Zoom-filled year. As the 63rd Annual Grammy’s premiere Sunday, the Daily Forty-Niner staff is making some predictions, and some of us are realizing we’re a bit out of the loop.