Classic Films:

“10 Things I Hate About You”

With Heath Ledger and Julia Stiles, 10 Things I Hate About You is a classic 90s coming of age film. You are sure to fall in love with all the spunky characters, and different plots and subplots that coexist throughout the film. If you’re looking for a comedic romcom to watch during prom season, this is the perfect film.

 

 

 

“Ferris Bueller’s Day Off”

Starring Matthew Broderick, “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” consists of Ferris skipping his classes. Throughout the movie, Bueller “borrows” a Ferrari and embarks on a journey throughout Chicago. Combined with a fantastic soundtrack, this film is a classic that is guaranteed to get you in the spring mood.

 

Documentary:

“Girl Rising”

This documentary, narrated by the stunning Alicia Keys, tells the stories of nine girls from developing countries and their journeys towards obtaining an education in countries where educating girls is not a priority. The inspiring tone of the film and the rich cinematic colors in the documentary will leave viewers uplifted and yearning to travel the world.

 

 

TV Shows:

“Nailed It”

One of Netflix’s new shows, “Nailed It” takes your typical TV cooking competition and turns it completely backwards. Finding the worst bakers in America, they make them compete to win $10,000. The gag is, they have to recreate desserts created by professionals. If you love baking shows, this is the show for you.

 

“One Day at a Time”

Netflix’s remake of the 1975’s classic, “One Day at a Time” follows the lives of a Cuban-American family in Los Angeles. It tackles topics such as racism, immigration, sexism, and sexuality. Despite addressing serious topics, the show manages to leave the viewer intrigued.

 

Music Artists:

– Yellow Days

– Cosmo Pyke

– Clairo

– King Princess

– Wallows

– Hippo Campus

-bLAck pARty

-Girl in Red

-The Wallows

-Temporex

-The Aces

-Family Reunion

-FLETCHER

– Healy

 

Songs:

– “Glitter” by Tyler the Creator

– “ILYSB” by Lany

– “Her” by Eery

– “T-Shirt Weather” by Cica Waves

– “You Say I’m in Love” by Banes World

– “Old School” by Urban Cone

– “Pretty Colors” by Glibs

– “The Girl” by City and Color

– “You” by dodie

– “Lemon Boy” by Cavetown

– “Falling for U” by Peachy!

– “Paris” by The 1975

– “18” by Landon Cube

– “Prune, You Talk Funny” by Gus Dapperton

– “The Rain” by Will Smith

 

Albums:

“Tango In The Night” by Fleetwood Mac

Release Date: April 13, 1987

Genre: Pop/Soft Rock

Popular Songs: “Everywhere”, “Little Lies”

 

“Something to Tell You” by Haim

Release Date: July 7, 2017

Genre: Pop-Rock

Popular Songs: “Want You Back”, “Nothing’s Wrong”

 

“Apricot Princess” by Rex Orange County

Release Date: April 26, 2017

Genre: Pop with a jazz flair

Popular Songs: “Television/ So Far so Good”, “Rain Man”

 

“Care” by Temporex

Release Date: Jan. 11, 2017

Genre: Indie Pop

Popular Songs: “Nice Boys”, “The Right Place”

 

“How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful” by Florence and the Machine

Release Date: May 29, 2015

Genre: Indie/Folk Rock

Popular Songs: “Ship to Wreck”, “Delilah”

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