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5 burning questions about Amy Schumer’s truly baffling ‘I Feel Pretty’

I Feel Pretty is ostensibly a fable of female empowerment, as an insecure woman (Amy Schumer) suddenly comes to believe she’s suddenly become beautiful – only to realize, in the end, that it really and truly is what’s on the inside that counts.  But I Feel Pretty fumbles its message so badly that the end...CONTINUE READING
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‘Love, Simon’ is gotdamn delightful rom-com, and it’s gay as hell

Dear Simon, Thank you. That’s the first thing I wanted to say after seeing Love, Simon, 20th Century Fox’s new teen rom-com, directed by Greg Berlanti, based off of the bestselling novel Simon vs. The Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli. Love, Simon follows Simon Spier (Nick Robinson), a high school senior who has “a...CONTINUE READING
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Justin Timberlake’s ‘Man of the Woods’ gets savaged by Pitchfork

Justin Timberlake’s fifth solo album Man of the Woods released on Friday and immediately got torn to pieces by Pitchfork. Man of the Woods comes in at 66 minutes with 15 and a half songs and Pitchfork’s Jamieson Cox could barely find any moments worth praising, calling large swaths of the record shallow and uninspired....CONTINUE READING
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Why this Netflix Original is the Bonnie & Clyde of our generation

Millennials seem to vacillate between two polarizing #moods: unspecified rage, and a seemingly psychopathic disassociation.  That’s what James and Alyssa, the teen leads behind Netflix’s new dark comedy series The End of the F***ing World, embody. Their personas of unbridled fury and panicked dispassion are quickly revealed to be the defenses of two deeply traumatized...CONTINUE READING
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Poor Will Smith! Critics tore apart Netflix’s first hopeful blockbuster, ‘Bright’

Bright was Netflix’s first attempt at a big-budget movie and critics have (mostly) taken to tearing it apart limb by limb, lambasting everything from the photography to the writing to the premise as a whole.  Directed by Suicide Squad’s David Ayer and written by Victor Frankenstein’s Max Landis, many critics felt the ambitious fantasy/cop movie,...CONTINUE READING
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