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Confounding Expectations, Woody Allen's 'Crisis In Six Scenes' Is Actually Kinda Okay

Something about television brings out the nostalgist in Woody Allen (well, y’know, even more than usual), and understandably – it’s a medium inextricably tied to his own early days. 964 more words

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Trevor Noah Finds Clips of Trump Hitting on Teenager, Joking About Statutory Rape

On The Daily Show last night, Trevor Noah introduced us to some vintage clips of Donald Trump being downright lecherous. This is all in the context of the major story about former… 393 more words


Staff Picks: Trace Lysette on 'Transparent,' 'Will and Grace' Reunion, 'Fixed Bayonettes'

Need a great book to read, album to listen to, or TV show to get hooked on? The Flavorwire team is here to help: in this weekly feature, our editorial staffers recommend the cultural object or experience they’ve enjoyed most in the past seven days. 720 more words

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Book Review: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

After reading the entire Potter series, I was excited to dive into a brand new one. The only way I can describe this book is that this story is cute. 276 more words


The Salvation That The World Ignored..

Don’t worry, the title of this post is definitely not indicative of me writing about anything remotely serious, but make no mistake that what I’m writing about is very important. 443 more words


Watch John Malkovich's Impersonations of David Lynch Characters, Including the Log Lady

Throughout the week, the (exceedingly attractive) website Playinglynch.com will release videos in which John Malkovich plays David Lynch characters — and David Lynch himself, amounting to a short film project called “Psychogenic Fugue.” 274 more words

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