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Best of the Decade: Films

Best of the Decade: Films

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As the decade comes to a close, Halftime is celebrating by taking a look back at the best that the 2010s had to offer. Below you’ll find some of our favorite films from the past ten years. Be sure to also check out Halftime’s Best Albums and Best TV of the Decade. *** Summarizing an…

Please Watch <i>The Crown</i>

Please Watch The Crown


701 days. That’s how long I’ve been waiting for season three of Netflix’s The Crown to premiere. Exploring the life of Queen Elizabeth II, Great Britain’s longest-reigning monarch, The Crown is arguably one of Netflix’s best original shows. It is by far its best historical drama. In terms of storytelling, what sets this show apart…

Holly Jolly Bake-Off

Holly Jolly Bake-Off


As the holiday season approaches, we are blessed with many a festive Netflix special, my favorite of which is undeniably the Great British Baking Show: Holidays. It has all the cozy, innuendo-filled norms of the typical show combined with a fuzzy air of nostalgia that only comes with the holiday season. Although I urge all…

Can <i>The Witcher</i> Claim HBO’s Old Throne?

Can The Witcher Claim HBO’s Old Throne?


The Witcher is being advocated as Netflix’s attempt at a Game of Thrones show and we now have the latest trailer to see how their attempts have panned out. The large cast and numerous locales suggest a lot of time, money, and effort has been put into the series. There is a lot of potential…

Seth Meyers’s <i>Lobby Baby</i> is on Solid Ground

Seth Meyers’s Lobby Baby is on Solid Ground


Saturday Night Live alum Seth Meyers, best known for his current talk show Late Night with Seth Meyers, just made his Netflix stand-up comedy special debut with Lobby Baby. The show features anecdotes from his life as a father, husband, and professional comedian. Meyers emphasized that it was a new setting for him; the comedian’s…

<i>The Laundromat</i> is a Bad Copy of <i>The Big Short</i>

The Laundromat is a Bad Copy of The Big Short


When The Big Short  was released in 2015, it should not have worked nearly as well as it did. It was trying to explain a complex issue within the constraints of a two hour movie while still providing an interesting narrative to keep the audience from getting bored. It had way too many storylines, most…

<i>Unbelievable:</i> A Netflix Must Watch

Unbelievable: A Netflix Must Watch


Content Warning: This article discusses sexual assault   As of late, believability has become quite the hot topic. In the era of fake news, the public is constantly given minimum facts and expected to follow the rhetoric of mainstream media. In my opinion, no show has better addressed the controversy behind believability than Unbelievable. With…

<i>Sticks and Stones</i>: Will Jokes Ever Hurt Us?

Sticks and Stones: Will Jokes Ever Hurt Us?


In perhaps one of the most controversial comedy specials in the last 10 years, Dave Chappelle opens with a joke about Anthony Bourdain’s suicide. Bourdain, the victims of Michael Jackson, the LGBTQ+ community, and the #MeToo movement are just some of the casualties in Chappelle’s comedic protest of political correctness.  After walking away from a…

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