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Who hasn’t had a cry in the shampoo bowl?
Family can destroy you as easily as it saves you.
Grigor, Bobby, Sacker, and Taylor manage to change others’ perceptions of them in a single day — for better or for worse.
The sisters take some time apart.
The finale, surprisingly, is the funniest hour since the pilot.
Actor Tommy Dorfman is this episode’s saving grace.
Marcus, you scumbag!
The fashion raconteur is the subject of an unfortunately superficial biographical doc.by
With the word abuse I fear I’ve already misrepresented director Jennifer Fox’s complex ambitions.by
A miscast Elle Fanning leads this disappointingly bloodless would-be romance.by
Gillian Jacobs, Vanessa Bayer, and Phoebe Robinson’s girls’ trip comedy feels more like watching a Snapchat story than a movie.by
Maybe in the next Han Solo film, he’ll become the Bogart-like cynic we met at the start of this whole saga.by
There’s a good idea for a film somewhere in Terry Gilliam’s long-gestating product.by
Hirokazu Kore-Eda delivers another layered, intimate story, this time about a poor Japanese family that lovingly kidnaps an abused girl.by
With the word abuse I fear I’ve already misrepresented director Jennifer Fox’s complex ambitions.by Emily Yoshida
A Henry James adaptation with energetic choreography by Susan Stroman.by Sara Holdren
The pop star previewed “The Light Is Coming,” featuring with Nicki Minaj.
He still feels the force.
It’s the sapphic, David Lynch-influenced mystery-thriller that you didn’t know you needed.
Just think of Pawnee.
Three months later, but still.
A new exhibition features works by artists responding to mankind’s not so stately ordering up of a change in the world’s weather.
That silly old bear.
They don’t love being associated with puppet jizz. And puppet banging. And puppet ecstasy.
Is everyone involved in this song going to apologize? Looks like it!
This might be a fight now? Are we fighting?
Moviegoers are choosing instead to go outside, maybe?
Guys, which of you did this.
“Queen SZN is HERE!!!!”
John McCain: For Whom the Bell Tolls is fairly honest about McCain’s sins as well as his strengths.
Drug War is a damn good crime thriller.
Judd is in the process of suing Weinstein for harassment and defamation.
And also, maybe, her blog.