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The Handmaid's Tale Season 1

A hauntingly engrossing, evocative and vivid rendering of Margaret Atwood’s dystopian novel, The Handmaid’s Tale is compulsive television that presents many terrifying possibilities and ideas that will leave you glued to the screen but shaken. 1,350 more words

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Best of 2017: Actors

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! It’s a time to celebrate the best the year had to offer and while much of the world seemed to bring about more anger and sadness, there were a lot of fictional things to love, both new and old. 1,586 more words

Lists

Under His Eye: Handmaid's Tale, Evangelical Christianity, and Mike Pence's America

My wife and I just started watching Hulu’s adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s novel The Handmaid’s Tale. I know, I know, I am late to this party, but, to be honest, even though I knew the show was a perfect subject for my blog, I could not make myself watch it. 1,178 more words

Religion And Popular Culture

In Review!: "The Square"

The silly and serious The Square delights in the agony it creates for the audience. In extended, increasingly uncomfortable sequences surrounding the curator of a national museum, the film delivers cringey laughs over its lethargic length. 396 more words

The Square (Ruben Östlund, 2017)

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R. Östlund maneja cada vez mejor las situaciones bizarras y los silencios incómodos que provocan risa o compasión (ya antes lo había hecho en la excelente… 57 more words

The Square (2017)

Plot: Christian (Claes Bang) is the curator of a cutting edge modern art museum, a place where the art of the moment is celebrated and showcased. 721 more words

Darling Companion

Beth is feeling a bit like a neglected wife; her husband Joseph is a workaholic surgeon and her kids are grown. So it’s kind of perfect timing when she finds an injured dog by the side of the road. 394 more words

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