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    TV Recap: ‘Mrs. America’ Episode 4 – ‘Betty’

    What does it feel like to start a movement and have it take on another life outside of you? With the publication of “The Feminist Mystique,” Betty Friedan (Tracey Ullman) lit a fuse that blew up and became the feminist movement of the 60s and 70s. While still heralded as the pioneer, the latest episode […] More

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    ‘The Hunger Games’ Prequel In Works, Based on Upcoming Novel ‘The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes’

    The four-part “The Hunger Games” franchise concluded in 2015, with the series helping catapult Jennifer Lawrence into stardom with her role as Katniss Everdeen. Lionsgate has announced that a prequel film is now in the works, based on the upcoming novel “The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes,” according to The Hollywood Reporter. It’s reported that […] More

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    TV Recap: ‘Mrs. America’ Episode 3 – ‘Shirley’

    As we begin Episode Three, entitled “Shirley,” 18 out of the necessary 38 states have ratified the ERA. Phyllis Schlafly (Cate Blanchett) makes some drastic concessions to make her base national. However, we focus most of our time on the Democratic primaries and the concessions made there that set the course for the Women’s Movement […] More

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    TV Recap: ‘Mrs. America’ Episode 1 – ‘Phyllis’

    At the 2007 Oscars, host Jon Stewart mused, “How great of an actress is Cate Blanchett?” The audience applauded, as the actress was nominated twice that very night (“Elizabeth: The Golden Age” in Lead and “I’m Not There” in Supporting). Blanchett has made a career out of her versatility (even taking on thirteen different roles […] More

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    WATCH: The Townsend Agency Goes Global in First Trailer for Elizabeth Banks’ ‘Charlie’s Angels’

    Sony Pictures has released the first trailer for the rebooted “Charlie’s Angels,” directed by Elizabeth Banks. The film stars Kristen Stewart (“Personal Shopper”), Naomi Scott (“Aladdin”) and Ella Balinska (“Hunted”) as the three sharp-witted detectives working under Charlie on undercover assignments. The film was born out of the ’70s television series that followed the missions […] More

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    WATCH: ‘The LEGO MOVIE 2: The Second Part’ Releases a New Trailer

    One of the surprise hits of 2014 was the animated “The LEGO Movie” from Warner Bros. Animation. The story of Emmett “The Special” was both emotionally effective and family friendly. It was a creative blend of dozens of IPs in a palatable and fun story. While the movie still grabbed a nomination for Best Original Song, […] More

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    Top 10: From Mozart to NWA, the Best Music Biopics So Far

    Who doesn’t love a good music biopic? This subgenre has all the ingredients of what people love about the movies. The central roles give A-list actors the chance to transform into a similarly physical music artist. People get to hear their favorite songs dramatized into cinema. For a while, these films seemed like automatic dead […] More

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    WATCH: The Bodies are Piling Up in Red Band Trailer for ‘The Happytime Murders’

    STX Films has unleashed the official trailer for its upcoming raunchy comedy, “The Happytime Murders.” And to make sure parents are very aware this film is not for kids, they released a red band trailer full of R-rated content. Melissa McCarthy stars as a veteran police detective assigned to investigate the murder of a puppet who […] More

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    Film Review: ‘Pitch Perfect 3’ is a Fun, Satisfying End for the Bellas

    Fat Amy is an action star. If you’re good with the above statement, congratulations, you’re in for a treat with “Pitch Perfect 3.” If not, the final installment in the a cappella trilogy has enough laughs and fun moments to build up the goodwill necessary to ensure you’ll simply keep smiling and watch in awe […] More

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