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“Yes, God, Yes” is an indie Netflix original made available in late October 2020. The film is set in the early 2000s, when the internet was full of mysterious chat rooms — the times when a good ole’ AOL instant message chat with a stranger was the ideal pastime. This is what leads Alice, the…

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Last winter, a movie hit the silver screens that made waves in the film community. It was nerve-wracking, anxiety inducing and, like “Airbud,” it did all this while climaxing in an intense basketball game. This 2012 period-piece is “Uncut Gems,” and probably the most interesting thing about …

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Echosmith is an indie pop band based in California — founded in 2009. Formed by siblings Jamie, Sydney, Graham and Noah Sierota — with their mother taking on a management role — a majority of their repertoire consists of upbeat, stylized pop with old-style rock undertones. Their sound is com…

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In this current time of self isolation, many people are turning to movies to keep themselves entertained while in their homes. So what do the film experts of MSU recommend?

I’d describe “Portrait of a Lady on Fire” as being the diet version of a Shakespearian tragedy — if the two star-crossed lovers were lesbians who didn’t die in the end.

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Netflix original series, “Ozark,” premiered its third season on March 27. “Ozark” is a winding tale of a family’s financial struggle and gain, and their loss of trust in each other and everyone around them as they are settling into their second year of living in the Ozarks of Missouri.

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Several months ago, I watched this nine and a half-hour documentary off and on, as often I was able, stretching over a period of 36 hours. It was no easy feat to calculate when it was best to pause as there are no real breaks in the narrative, however, the film is essentially bisected into t…