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TV Review: Marvel's Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D., season 2, episode 13

Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D.’s thirteenth episode was called “One Of Us.” Is it worth enlisting? For my answer (and the usual spoilers for those who have seen the episode already), click on. 1,591 more words

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Mad Max was sort of . . . mad

Insane, actually.

This is part four in the Mad Max series, with Tom Hardy taking over the lead from Mel Gibson who last appeared as Max in Beyond Thunderdome (1985, believe it or not). 281 more words

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Verity Lambert at the Planetarium

Verity Lambert, the first producer of Doctor Who, posing for a publicity photo at the London Planetarium in Baker Street during location shooting for the second Dalek story, “The Dalek Invasion of Earth” in August 1964. 112 more words


French Cinema Shines at Cannes 

CANNES — Cannes might have been all about the ladies for the past 12 days, but the coveted Palme d’Or, the festival’s main prize, still went to a man. 359 more words


Color in Film

I can’t be the only one who has noticed that films in the past decade have grown increasingly darker and drained. I don’t mean the content (although that could be saved for another topic), I mean the cinematography. 678 more words


Taylor Swift: Branding Marketeer

Bad Blood (music video: Kahn, Swift)

Many have and will continue to have opinions about Taylor Swift’s latest video off her 1989 CD (we love the CD, by the way), … 248 more words

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Olivia de Havilland's Audacious Lawsuit Against Warner Brothers Changed Hollywood's Studio System Forever

Despite being one of the biggest stars of her time, Olivia de Havilland found herself in 1943 pitched in a bitter legal battle with her studio, Warner Brothers, when they arbitrarily added six months to her contract to cover time she had spent on suspension. 398 more words

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