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On Blue is the Warmest Color and Artistic Hypocrisy” — Britt Hayes at Badass Digest dissects the unavoidable lowbrow draw of graphic lesbian sex in a movie directed by a man.

The Four Types of Spoilers and How Reviewers Should Approach Them” — Chris Klimek at The Village Voice attempts a long-form classification of the worst part of Twitter.

Let’s make 2017 ‘The Year of New Ideas’” — Keith Phipps at The Dissolve screams intelligently into the wind to pitch something that Hollywood will never agree to: a year without remakes, sequels or reboots.


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