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Holler movie review & film summary (2021)

Much of the first part of the movie is set in three main places: the ramshackle home where Blaze acts as…

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FX Hit Comedy Dave Builds on Track Laid Down by First Season | TV/Streaming

“Dave” is a fictionalized version of the life of Dave Burd aka Lil Dicky, a rapper who blew up for…

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Don’t Leave A Stranger: Nicole Riegel and Jessica Barden on Holler | Interviews

Though internal, Ruth is a very passionate character, and I wanted to mark her with a color no one else…

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AMC’s Kevin Can F*** Himself Experiments with Sitcom Form to Mixed Results | TV/Streaming

“Kevin Can F*** Himself,” which premieres on AMC+ and AMC on June 13 and June 20, respectively, prods at the…

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Infinite movie review & film summary (2021)

Eventually, Evan pops on the respective radar of both Bathurst and the Infinite. Though Ejiofor plays Bathurst as a man…

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Medium’s David Bates Remembers Roger Ebert | Chaz’s Journal

So I sought out the masters who had, I would learn later, inspired Spielberg and Lucas, auteurs like Kurosawa and…

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Latina Representation Can’t End with Queen of the South | TV/Streaming

And when we do get represented, it’s often in stereotypical ways—think silent maids, hypersexual love interests, or drug-slinging criminals. “Queen…

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Disney+’s Loki is a Captivating, Christopher Nolan-Esque Chase Through Time | TV/Streaming

“Loki” proves something that I’ve felt has been important about many of these Marvel extensions and how they unfold. If…

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The Amusement Park movie review (2021)

Romero was never interested in subtly critiquing anyone; he went for the jugular and told you he was doing it.…

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Uncanny Talent: Clarence Williams III, 1939-2021 | Tributes

Williams channeled his musical lineage as the hero’s father in the heartfelt, thrilling, but often depressingly misogynistic “Purple Rain”—a rage-filled…

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