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Jessica Jones in Aka Smile

Let’s Revisit That Cathartic ‘Jessica Jones’ Showdown

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Jessica Jones’ first season is a brutal and powerful look at intimate partner violence that ends stronger than ever.

Kay Francis in Mary Stevens Md

‘Mary Stevens, M.D.’ and the Approachable Modern Woman Kay Francis

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Even as a professional working woman in a man’s world, Kay Francis was able to be the feminine, approachable gateway into evolving gender roles.

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What’s New to Stream on Amazon Prime for May 2022

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One of the best films at this year’s Sundance is now an Amazon Prime Original.

Moonrise Kingdom Wes Anderson Symmetry

How Wes Anderson’s Symmetry Extends to Editing

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Perfectly balanced, as all things should be.

Disney Gallery The Book Of Boba Fett Ahsoka Tano

6 Fun Takeaways from the ‘Disney Gallery: The Book of Boba Fett’

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The new Disney+ doc highlights the joyful experience it must be to make a ‘Star Wars’ movie or show.

Samurai Rabbit The Usage Chronicles Stan Sakai

Stan Sakai Gets His Wish with ‘Samurai Rabbit: The Usagi Chronicles’

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We chat with the cartoonist and the creative team tasked with adapting the legendary comic book series, ‘Usagi Yojimbo.’

static cling in Firestarter

‘Firestarter’ Can’t Find the Heat and Delivers a Soggy Slog Instead

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Skip the movie. Pick up the soundtrack.

Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness Unanswered Questions

10 Questions Left Unanswered by ‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’

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Uh, that cannot be the last time we see you-know-who as you-know-who.

Spider Man No Way Home Ending

So Long Spandex: Unravelling the CGI Modern Superhero Suit

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Insidious? Artful? You decide!

The Innocents

‘The Innocents’ Finds Both Horror and Hope for the Future of Humanity

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These kids are so far from alright that not all of them are even gonna make it to their next birthday.

Hacks Season Review

‘Hacks’ May Be TV’s Most Incisive Comedy

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Season two of the Emmy-winning series is as clever and dynamic as ever as Deborah and Ava hit the road for a cross-country comedy tour.

Best Movies 2021: Drive My Car

‘Drive My Car’ and ‘Uncle Vanya’: How Intertextuality Enriches a Film

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Beep beep! It’s time to talk about intertextuality!