Game Of Thrones Review: ‘Battle Of The Bastards’
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Game Of Thrones Review: ‘Battle Of The Bastards’

Warning! This article is dark, and full of spoilers. Game of Thrones Season 6 has so far been a bit of a mixed bag. We’ve seen some seriously…

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‘Me Before You’ Review
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‘Me Before You’ Review

While all literary genres can fall prey to the writers’ worst nightmare that is predictability, none has more casualties than chick lit. With so many romance novels packed…

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Why Millennials Think Friends is Relatable
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Why Millennials Think Friends is Relatable

Anyone who knows me knows that I’m a Friends super fan. I have memories of watching Friends as far back as I can remember, which I think is…

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Captain America: A Civil War Within The Marvel Universe
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Captain America: A Civil War Within The Marvel Universe

I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t looking forward to Marvel’s Captain America: Civil War almost as much as to season two of Netflix’s Grace and Frankie.…

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Game of Thrones Review: ‘Book of the Stranger’
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Game of Thrones Review: ‘Book of the Stranger’

“Book of the Stranger” (S6 E4) was a pretty slow episode. Game of Thrones hasn’t been too eventful lately. There's been a lot of planning for revenge and…

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Game Of Thrones Review: ‘Oathbreaker’
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Game Of Thrones Review: ‘Oathbreaker’

Opening with a dick joke and vomiting, Game of Thrones’ Season 6, Episode 3, "Oathbreaker," was pretty uneventful, saving the most interesting stuff for the end.

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Game of Thrones: Home
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Game of Thrones: Home

The second episode of Game of Throne’s sixth season, “Home,” was filled with drama, major key moments, and had us say farewell to some characters and hello to…

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Game of Thrones: The Red Woman
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Game of Thrones: The Red Woman

Game of Thrones’ season six opener titled “The Red Woman” started where season five ended – with a very dead Jon Snow. While the episode ended with no…

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Lena Dunham Is A Rock Star
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Lena Dunham Is A Rock Star

In this day and age, lots of movies and TV shows feature some graphic sexual scenes with some, or more than some, nudity. When we see nakedness on…

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DC v Marvel
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DC v Marvel

If you use any form of social media, then you have heard about the dismal reviews critics and fans have been giving “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice,”…

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The Problem With The “Nice Guy” Character Trope In The Young Kieslowski
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The Problem With The “Nice Guy” Character Trope In The Young Kieslowski

If you are an avid Netflix watcher, you may have seen The Young Kieslowski amid your options. Whether it’s under the “recently added” or “trending now” section, it’s…

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Celebrating Women Showrunners
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Celebrating Women Showrunners

In case you were wondering who the talented women are who have been creating addicting shows that we love to watch, here’s a list of just a few…

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Mommy’s Box
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Mommy’s Box

Writer/Director Johnny Greenlaw is guilty of gifting us with a nifty narrative fiction film entitled Mommy’s Box. Indeed, it is a combination of both clever casting and sensational…

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So Many Things. Batman v Superman v Our Attention Spans
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So Many Things. Batman v Superman v Our Attention Spans

There are just so many things. So many things. It’s so loud. So long. And so many things. Batman v Superman was a bit like a drawing with…

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Peggy Olson: An Inspirational Career Woman
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Peggy Olson: An Inspirational Career Woman

If you’re a fan of Mad Men, then you must be aware of Elizabeth Moss’s noteworthy character Peggy Olson. When she is first introduced on the show, she…

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