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Neighbors 2 full of the F word — no, the other F word

Christina Ulsh @stina_ulsh Another Point Grey Pictures flick, another surfeit of toilet humor, slapstick comedy and … what’s this? An undertaking in gender equality? Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising follows Shelby (Chloë Grace Moretz), who starts Kappa Nu when she learns sororities … Continue reading

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The most important female characters of 2015

Something that escaped mention in the previous year-end post is that 2015 was also a fantastic year for women in film, filled with strong characters and stronger economic motivations to serve a female audience. Given that I completely forgot about it … Continue reading

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A cappella is the worst

Any time “regionals” is a key word in a story’s plot, that’s a bad sign. It’s what sunk the first montage-tastic Pitch Perfect, and even though they replace it with “worlds,” the same mechanic applies in the sequel. Due to a wardrobe … Continue reading

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Fury Road may be the best action movie ever made

People are calling Mad Max: Fury Road the best action movie of the year, and that’s a little short-sighted. We probably ought to be thinking about it as the best action movie of the decade, or century so far. This sounds … Continue reading

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