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Taylor Swift's New Album 'Reputation' Is Messy, But In A Good Way
Swift's sixth studio effort is a dark and twisty love story that could never satisfy everyone.
In Praise Of The 'Mother!' Marketing Campaign
No matter what you think of Darren Aronofsky's movie, Paramount was bold to invest in it.
Get Ready For The Second Coming Of Billy Eichner On 'American Horror Story: Cult'
The comedian is poised to break out as the TV season's best dramatic newcomer.
How To End The Neverending Story Of ‘The Mindy Project’
In the final season of Mindy Kaling's Hulu show, a rom-com heroine faces life after the closing credits.
Sorry, Hollywood's Reboot Trend Is Taking Over Your TV
True Life: I Actually Like Kylie Jenner's New Reality TV Show
You're doing amazing, sweetie.
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We Don't Need A Female James Bond, We Need More Original Female Characters. Period.
Seeing a woman take on a typically "male" role is great. Watching her kick ass in a role made for her is even better.
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The Many Ways Pop Music Has Approached 'Boys'
Charli XCX's hit isn't the first of its kind, but it is a welcome (and subversive) addition.
How Peaches Became A Pop Culture 'Fetish'
Both Selena Gomez and Lana Del Rey recently made reference to the fleshy fruit. But why?
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'Doctor Who' And The Sheer Power Of Women-Led Sci-Fi Franchises
Fantasy and sci-fi promise limitless imagination. A litany of white, male franchise leads do not.
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Making Movies 'For The Fans, Not The Critics' Is An Affront To The Fans
Storytellers dismissing critics leads to a slippery slope.
Miley Cyrus Is Trying To Change, But Will We Let Her?
The 24-year-old has gone from wholesome pop star to sexed-up wild child and back again.
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Is The Quintessential Rom-Com Dead?
Twenty years after "My Best Friend's Wedding," the question is: Are romantic comedies a thing anymore?
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