Category: Film & TV

The Female Gaze: Magical girls and the death of my childhood innocence

It never quite dawned on me that my two favorite magical girl cartoon shows from my childhood featured exaggerated

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‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2’ is charming and hilarious

A race of egotistical gold-skinned aliens, a dancing tree with a three-word vocabulary, a socially awkward empath, a sentient

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Gorillaz’ new album ‘Humanz’ features immense variety and deep social commentary

Damon Albarn, the musician behind the four virtual members of Gorillaz, graced listeners with “Humanz,” the group’s first album

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Off the Beat: Music is the reason for the success of ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’

There are few movies defined by their soundtracks alone. “Saturday Night Fever,” “Flashdance,” and “Dirty Dancing” are among the

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The Female Gaze: Women in ‘Game of Thrones’ are complex and daring despite injustices brought upon them

To say the fictional world of “Game of Thrones” degrades women would be an understatement, but to say that

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The renovated Universal Cinema at CityWalk offers laser projection, recliner seats and cocktails

Hollywood directors Steven Spielberg and Jordan Peele were among the esteemed guests celebrating the opening of Universal Studios’ new

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‘Smurfs: The Lost Village’ animates a search for identity and a celebration of girl power

“Smurfs: The Lost Village” conveys themes of self-discovery in a fun and comedic way. While the story itself is

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‘The Zookeeper’s Wife’ has an important message of altruism that transcends its flaws

A sad yet inspiring tale of heroism, “The Zookeeper’s Wife” shows how just a few people can make a

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