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Staff Picks: 'The Stand-Ups,' Louise Bourgeois, and Vintage Westerns

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 feature, our staffers recommend the cultural object or experience they’ve enjoyed most as of late. 946 more words

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Alaska will have to wait again 

I don’t like to have bucketlists. I explained that a while ago. To me a bucket list seems so fatalistic.  I suppose it need not be. 590 more words

Psychology

Check Out the Full List of Nominees for This Year's NAACP Image Awards

Netflix, Issa Rae, Get Out, and Queen Sugar racked up multiple nominations for the 49th NAACP Image Awards, the wide-ranging annual ceremony celebrating the work of people of color in film, television, music, and literature. 2,538 more words

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The Matrix clarity

I remember very clearly when the Matrix came out in the movie theaters. I sat riveted to my chair watching every scene. I must admit, there were some scenes that left me confused and I had to process thereafter.    339 more words

Psychology

MoviePass Adventures: Month 1

I recently signed up for MoviePass.  For those that don’t know, MoviePass is a monthly subscription program that allows one to see a film (2D film) once a day in the movie theater.  635 more words

Pop Culture

Playful Art Inspired by Your Favorite Cult Movies and TV

“Crazy 4 Cult” is one of the signature series of exhibitions at Gallery1988, our beloved mainstay of pop culture-inspired artwork, perhaps because it’s so durable. 161 more words

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'Mudbound' is a Harrowingly Timely Period Epic

­Nothing opens a movie like a grave-digging. That’s how Dee Rees starts Mudbound, with two men in a field, digging a hole for their father, trying to get it done before the rapidly approaching rains arrive, and failing. 945 more words

Film