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While at times the litany of characters can be hard to track, “I Hate Suzie” is worth pausing for, even if it takes a moment to get your bearings.
“Grand Army” strives for no-looking-away realism throughout its first season, making the show at once mesmerizing and hard to watch.
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From the book’s first line, LoTempio adeptly juxtaposes the reality of violence with its distortion in pop culture.
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“Mrs. America” is impressively acted and designed. Its competence, however, can’t save it from the filmmakers’ alienating eagerness to find the likable qualities in Schlafly, ignoring the real damage she did.
In the two and a half decades since she released her debut album, Apple has become a pop music legend despite rejecting celebrity culture and avoiding the spotlight.
With much of the country stuck inside, Exotic, his larger-than-life crew of misfit employees, and his charismatic rivals offer exactly what viewers are looking for: an immersive world that, despite being nonfiction, is even more unbelievable than the one we live in.
“I Am Not Okay with This” avoids becoming a stale imitation thanks to its stylized worldbuilding and vibrant performances, which combine to addicting effect.
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