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‘Doctor Who’ is back with a zanier tone than ever

After a couple of years, the Doctor is back and more fabulous than he’s ever been. Having had two adventures so far with Ruby...

‘Challengers’ is the erotic sports movie of the century

In “Challengers,” Luca Guadagnino takes the competitive nature of tennis and charges it with eroticism. Every swing of the racket is punctuated with heavy...

Racist backlash against Black actresses — this is still happening in 2024

When it was announced that Tom Holland was starring in London’s West End adaptation of “Romeo and Juliet,” produced by The Jamie Lloyd Company,...

‘Ripley’ did not deliver on its central promise

Patricia Highsmith’s 1953 novel, “The Talented Mr. Ripley”, is about wanting a life that is just out of reach and doing anything to make...

‘Drive Away Dolls’ proves the need for more fun and silly lesbian movies

In 2021, Saturday Night Live released a sketch named “Lesbian Period Drama.” It was meant as a parody of period dramas featuring lesbians in...

‘Lisa Frankenstein’ — a bold swing (of an ax) and a miss

  In 2009, “Jennifer’s Body” came out and had a lukewarm box office performance with mixed reviews from critics who complained that the tone and...

The question of ‘Barbie’ being snubbed at the Oscars

On Jan. 23, the 2024 Oscar nominations were announced. As per usual with Oscar nominations, there was immediate widespread outrage over certain people or...

The Best of the 2024 Emmys and its future

After a tumultuous year marked by historic strikes from Hollywood’s writers and actors, things seem to have returned to normal with new contracts having...

In ‘May December,’ we’re all complicit in abuse and sensationalism

TW: Sexual Abuse The general public has always had a strange, almost sick fascination with disturbing cases involving some form of rape, serial killers or...

SAG-AFTRA members consider the ramifications of new contract

After 118 days of striking, the Screen Actor Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (SAG-AFTRA), the union representing over 160,000 actors, reached a...