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For the second week in a row, the ending really got us.
“The reviews are in! The reviews are in!"
Peralta and Boyle spend a lot of time together.
Carrie seems to have a new attitude towards vengeance.
Tina becomes the Brett Favre of the Thunder Girls.
Oh, the glory that is Sharon yelling, “I will punch her in her mouth!”
Good riddance to these movies.by
Maybe you need to get baked to be on its dissonant, erratic wavelength.by
Exodus: Gods and Kings is as uneven as Ridley Scott’s career.by
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An astonishing debut film.by
You have to respect a kids’ cartoon that kicks off with a Werner Herzog joke.by
Oddly, not many bosses to be found here.by
I found this all quite beautiful, the more so for the absolute nakedness of the physical staging.by Jesse Green
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Unexpectedly but unmistakably, 2014 was a pivotal year for comics.
The curator got there before the rest of us. But he has no plans to go back.
Day 18: The history of "The One Where Rachel Finds Out."
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Some collect, some paint — just like us!
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They feature more onscreen deaths than movies for grown-ups.
The grand finale.
The show returns in April.
Abrams surprised him with an offer he couldn't refuse.
He's everything they say they want black men to be.
It's on February 5, three days before the show's premiere.
If you’re worried about anything disappearing, worry about the desire to push something just a little farther for the sake of being funnier.
It is surreal.
New Regency kissed the project good-bye because of what has happened at Sony.
We'll have a proper recap later today.