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I Origins (Cahill, 2014)

There are a handful of film producers I trust can make intelligent and unique films—Brit Marling and Mike Cahill are two of them. I first found them in Another Earth (Cahill, 2011), and I’ve loved them together ever since. 60 more words



Last Week’s Poll Results: Even posthumously, Caroline and Kate are still your favorite TV couple. Sally Wainwright, what a mistake you’ve made! 

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The Good Wife - Season One, Episode One

I’m starting both The Good Wife and Damages simultaneously, they’re both legal dramas and I think that, even if there don’t turn out to be all that many comparisons, it’ll be interesting for me to be able to bounce them off of each other from time to time. 731 more words


I Origins

“What would you do if something spiritual disproved your scientific beliefs”? That is the lingering question that this movie asks of you. I Origins is a film about science and a film about spirituality and the possible intersection of the two in our lives. 54 more words

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Women of All Ages Need The Good Wife

I think it’s safe to say that I’m obsessed with The Good Wife.

The CBS Drama, generally known as a “Mom hit” with middle aged women as the majority of viewers, is probably one of the most incredible shows for all ages. 544 more words

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recap: the good wife 6x11, "hail mary"

It’s been a few weeks since a new episode of The Good Wife been on, which means it’s been a few weeks since I’ve had to grapple with my excessively reactionary viewing notes in order to hobble one of these recaps together. 1,350 more words

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Television Review - The Good Wife: "Hail Mary"


The first 2015 episode of “The Good Wife” is the most stressful hour of television Robert and Michelle King have ever dreamt up, and it’s also one of the series’ best. 724 more words

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