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This week features some flirty-flirty first-aid foreplay, but what's new?
A high Drew Barrymore impression does more for Abbi than she could ever have done for herself.
Elizabeth doesn't seem happy very often, or at least not the sort of happy that floppy-haired seminar leaders would call "real."
The question of whom to trust hasn't gotten any easier.
Kim popped a pill and no one will stop talking.
The story of an African family battling a fundamentalist coup.by
And young star Bel Powley is staggeringly good in it.by
A place of terrors both imagined and real.by
Starring Jude Law and Scoot McNairy.by
A new documentary looks at Russian hockey in the 20th century.by
With a story by George Lucas.by
Also co-starring Anna Kendrick as a ghost.by
It gets better as it goes along, but you should still probably just re-watch John Adams.by Matt Zoller Seitz
Let’s face it: Vampire stories are not the deep end of literature, no matter what metaphorical pretensions are offered in their defense.by Jesse Green
Insert your own "Work It" pun.
The incident left one dead and another injured.
The Turgenev play that made Chekhov into Chekhov.
The two artists discussed motherhood, unintentionally offending people, and hating the label "quirky" last night.
"From day one, we were romping around the streets of Philadelphia and just having slumber parties."
Eighteen Braverman family members, ranked from least cry-worthy to most.
This is confusing.
What a mouthful!
The nominations still provide actual suspense — which is why we should announce them on Oscar night.
The cable-access show will now just be a cable show.
The ads are so good! How can it be so bad?
And can you just jump in now?
"Sam's people were very understanding of our predicament."
Mark Wahlberg v. Sperm.
On something called Fahlo.
His personal recordings became Listen to Me Marlon.