Jenny Zheng

Virtual girl archivist and lover of everything pop culture. You can find more of Jenny's stuff at Paper Magazine and South China Morning Post.

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Review: ‘Ghost in the Shell: SAC_2045’ is heavy on action, light on big ideas

Major's new look in the Netflix series is also... not great.

On May 2, 2020 by Jenny Zheng

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Why you should watch ‘Secret Affair’ on Netflix

The Korean series combines a steamy forbidden romance with scathing political commentary on capitalism.

On Mar 25, 2020 by Jenny Zheng

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Netflix’s ‘Tiger King’ is a wonderfully bizarre look at big cat enthusiasts

The docuseries focuses on Joe Exotic and other players in the industry.

On Mar 23, 2020 by Jenny Zheng

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Netflix’s ‘All The Bright Places’ is a tender take on teen grief

The film stars Elle Fanning and Justice Smith.

On Mar 3, 2020 by Jenny Zheng

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Review: Pokémon remake ‘Mewtwo Strikes Back: Evolution’ is perfect

The CGI film is currently streaming on Netflix.

On Mar 2, 2020 by Jenny Zheng

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Netflix series ‘Followers’ is a visual treat—but lacks a clear narrative

Directed by Mika Ninagawa, this series follows the lives of women living in Tokyo.

On Feb 28, 2020 by Jenny Zheng

Utopia falls Review

Sci-fi hip-hop series ‘Utopia Falls’ shoots for the stars but doesn’t quite make it

The Hulu series is the latest entry in the teen dystopian genre—but it has a twist.

On Feb 14, 2020 by Jenny Zheng

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Review: Netflix’s ‘The Ghost Bride’ fails to break free of rom-com tropes

The visuals in this supernatural series are also underwhelming.

On Jan 31, 2020 by Jenny Zheng

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Angel Mamii and John Dees conquered TikTok. Now what?

The creative duo discuss their weirdly unique brand of short-form video comedy.

On Jan 16, 2020 by Jenny Zheng

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‘Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts’ makes the post-apocalyptic world seem fun

The new Netflix show, from DreamWorks, is compelling and hopeful.

On Jan 15, 2020 by Jenny Zheng

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Netflix’s ‘Scissor Seven’ is a hilarious, genre-hopping animated series

Over 14 episodes, 'Scissor Seven' proves that you can have it all.

On Jan 14, 2020 by Jenny Zheng