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The Vector

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The Imperfectly Perfect Portrayal of Love in Netflix’s ‘One Day’

Shreya Sureshkumar, Contributing Writer March 10, 2024

“One Day” is a 2024 series adaptation of the 2011 film of the same name — which was inspired by the 2009 novel of the same title by David Nicholls — starring Anne Hathaway and Jim Sturgess.   The...

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‘Baby J’ Review 

Mrunmayi Joshi, Managing Editor May 10, 2023

This review contains mentions of substance abuse and self-harm.  John Mulaney has had a rough few years. The stand-up comedian was initially vaulted to fame through his segments on the show...

‘Barbarian’: A Tongue-Twisting, Subversive, and Chaotic Rollercoaster 

‘Barbarian’: A Tongue-Twisting, Subversive, and Chaotic Rollercoaster 

Najee Manning, Senior Staff Writer December 1, 2022

(Photo from IMDb) After searching for the perfect impromptu scary film, I reminisced about my experience watching this fall’s black-comedy horror film “Barbarian.” Hilarious, horrifying, and...

The Gray Man: Personalities from Gray to Dark 

‘The Gray Man’: Personalities from Gray to Dark 

Pranav Anthapu October 3, 2022

This review contains spoilers.  As with almost every Netflix Original, this was either bound to be a surprise hit, a complete failure, or a relatively quiet film. Somehow, this movie was none...

Stranger Things 4: Were Back On Track, Baby

‘Stranger Things’ 4: We’re Back On Track, Baby

Aaron Dimaya, Staff Writer September 23, 2022

After the utter inconsistency of “Stranger Things” season three, I was really looking forward to this new season. Don’t get me wrong; I respect the third season for expanding the world outside of...


“Windfall” Review

Alfred Simpson, Staff Writer April 22, 2022

One of the latest Netflix original thrillers released relatively quietly in mid-March and generated little-to-no buzz. “Windfall” is another in a slew of Netflix Originals meant to justify its ever-increasing...

The Closer review

“The Closer” review

Rushi Desai November 6, 2021

If you asked me a few years ago who my favorite comedian was I’d probably say Dave Chappelle. Even to this day I think that his first two specials and his sketch show “Chappelle’s Show” hold...

“No One Gets Out Alive” Review

“No One Gets Out Alive” Review

Matthew Bleich October 28, 2021

Netflix is back again with another great flick for this fall, now with “No One Gets Out Alive.” The film stars Cristina Rodlo as Ambar, a lonely undocumented immigrant woman who...

Stuck Together Review

“Stuck Together” Review

Nicholas Merlino, Alumni October 28, 2021

Do you remember in March 2020 when COVID-19 was declared a pandemic? Released on Oct. 20 by Netflix, the French film “Stuck Together” is about a group of people who live in...

Sounds Like Love Review

“Sounds Like Love Review”

Matthew Bleich October 20, 2021

Themes of running away from fear and searching for love is what makes Netflix’s next greatest flick “Sounds Like Love” a key watch for this fall. The movie stars three...

“There’s Someone Inside Your House” Review

“There’s Someone Inside Your House” Review

Alfred Simpson, Staff Writer October 20, 2021

Netflix’s latest slasher flick, “There’s Someone Inside Your House,” leaves much to be desired — namely, better writing. The movie was based on the book of the same name...

A review of Dear Evan Hansen

A review of “Dear Evan Hansen”

Nicholas Merlino, Alumni October 13, 2021

I am a big fan of musicals — and theater in general. I’m an even bigger fan of movies, so for me, there is a bit of a mutual relationship going on between Hollywood and...

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