The Jim Carrey-Michel Gondry series' first season felt like a grand experiment in imagination.
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Author: Valerie Ettenhofer
From the Smile days to Live Aid, we rank the blockbuster biopic’s soundtrack-worthy moments
One show's feminist ideology picks up where the other's left off.
Kidman and Hedges anchor an important story that never quite connects.
Or make horror movies anywhere else, for that matter.
So far the energetic thirteenth doctor is one part Leslie Knope, one part Mrs. Frizzle, and many parts her endearing, original self.
He exchanges distance for intimacy to create three notably complex female characters.
Few other series have captured the many nuances of wartime quite as well as this one, which believe it or not was marketed as a kids show.
With the original showrunners on board and a commitment to cultural representation, we can safely get hyped about this.
"I know you still have doubts."