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The Much Better Movie Hiding In 'Titanic'

It doesn’t seem like anyone remembers Titanic as a great movie, despite the fact that it won 11 goddamned Oscars. Maybe it’s because we’ve decided that anything teen girls like is terrible. Or maybe it’s that every line sounds like it was directly copied and pasted from some other period romance movie. But what if

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The 8 Most Dramatic Moments In Grammys History

The 60th Annual Grammy Awards are being presented this Sunday, and 60 years is like, a very long time. As much as we’re excited to celebrate Ed Sheeran’s engagement and listen to “Despacito” for the millionth time this year, we’re more interested in the show’s dramatic moments. Like, if there isn’t at least one tragic

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The Cringe-Worthy Way Sci-Fi And Fantasy Deal With Prejudice

When I sat down to watch Netflix’s Bright, I knew that a David Ayer / Max Landis collaboration was going to be as subtle and tasteful as Ed-Hardy-flavored Mountain Dew. It delivered. The entire second half was such a gritty punch-a-thon that part of the script was probably nothing but onomatopoeia. What I wasn’t prepared

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On The Eve Of Black Panther, Let's Give Blade Some Credit

As the world celebrates a proudly black superhero getting his own film, you may hear some fans quietly muttering, “Wait, didn’t Blade do that like 20 years before Black Panther?” And then there’s an even smaller, weirder group of people saying, “And what about Meteor Man?” But this is about Blade, and what it says

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I Read Steven Seagals Insane Novel So You Dont Have To

Once, it would have been inconceivable for Steven Seagal to write a novel about anything other than him punching men in the penis. But times change, and now Seagal has given us The Way Of The Shadow Wolves: The Deep State And The Hijacking Of America, a “book of fiction based on reality.” — A

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Quarter Life Crises Are Real, And We're All Going To Have One

In 2018’s second episode, Sami and Aleen start the show dishing on . After sufficiently calling everyone on delusional, they talk about quarter life crisis, the moment we’ve all had (or will have) where we’re 25-ish and realize we don’t identify with our own identity. Don’t miss this week’s “Dear Betches” which can be summed