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The SUN Staff’s Picks: Quarantine Music Recs

Sarah: Volume II by The Ink Spots (Honest, Flirty, Blue), This Love by Bobby Oroza (Vulnerable, Consistent, @ Peace), Honorable Mention: Portrait of a Time by Peter Cat Recording Co. (a single, not an album).  Sofia: Ultraviolence by Lana Del Rey (healing, romantic, harmonious), Rumors by Fleetwood Mac (nostalgia, peace, …

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20 International Must-See Movies

The unprecedented success of director and writer Bong Joon-ho’s Parasite and the demand for entertainment increasing with society’s collective self-isolation means that international film recommendations are a must for our current circumstances. Without further ado, here’s a list of must-see movies spanning both genres and borders. Parasite  (2019) — South …

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Life Imitates Stephen King’s Art

Stephen King, one of the most renowned creators of spine-chilling, eye-widening, ingenious horror novels recently hit the gas pedal with his latest collection: If It Bleeds. This four-novel compilation was released just seven months after The Institute, featuring innocent children being kidnapped and incarcerated, hit the shelves. Similar to many …

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All American For the Win

CW’s All American went from one of their channel’s  least-watched shows to number one on Netflix within four months. Since Netflix allowed for a wider audience to stream the teen drama, people are loving it.   Featuring a raw depiction of the struggles faced by Americans of color, in addition to an …

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Coronavirus vs. the movie industry

Action-packed thrillers, mind-boggling mysteries, and heated romances have captivated and entertained viewers for decades. With the COVID-19 pandemic closing businesses and schools across the nation, students and workers alike have turned to movies as a source of entertainment and comfort during these troubling times. Though streaming platforms such as Netflix …

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The Mr. Rogers Movie we Didn’t Know we Needed

“It’s funny, sometimes it’s hardest to forgive the ones we love,” Fred Rogers said. A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, a film about the unexpected friendship of beloved children’s TV host Fred Rogers, and a hardened journalist, hits viewers hard with a simple yet emotional  opening scene about forgiveness. Just …

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