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How Clint Eastwood Could Swing the Election to Bush or Walker, in Nine Charts

When you see charts comparing individual candidates, Trump's lead seems huge. Look at this one, which I based on Quinnipiac's latest poll: The thing is, Trump's not just an individual candidate: as I'm sure he'd agree, he's a whole candidate category unto himself. Show More Summary

Is This the Future of Entertainment News? Mission: Impossible -- Rogue Nation Report

Okay, so this "update" about MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE -- ROGUE NATION is a little late, but lateness isn't really an issue here, and there's a reason for that. Having not fired up my non-linear editor (NLE) since moving to Philly, I wanted...Show More Summary

PRETA -- Prologue

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When Moguls Collide With Politics

The thing that is causing Donald Trump's surge in the polls is the same one that will ultimately confound him in his pursuit of the presidency: The fundamental nature of what happens when a private sector mogul collides with presidential pursuits. Moguls have a few personality traits in common. Show More Summary

Hailey Sole: From Criminal Minds to Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp

(Photo credit: Kenda Benward) Hailey Sole is having a great summer. The 13-year-old is gearing up for the release of the Netflix series Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp. The series is a prequel to the 2001 cult classic WetShow More Summary

'Mission Impossible' Recap: Get Ready for 'Rogue Nation'

Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation is hitting theaters on Friday -- and you have to hand it to Tom Cruise, he may be completely bonkers, but he can really carry this franchise even when some of the films are sub-par. The fifth film has Cruise's Ethan Hunt of the Impossible Missions Force trying to take down The Syndicate, a kind of shadowy anti-IMF. Show More Summary

The True Trump Takeaway

He's ridin' high in the polls. He's maintained altitude longer than most of the pundits predicted he could or would. And the media is compelled to cover (smother) him as long as his numbers hold. But set aside the circus and prognostications for a moment -- could Donald Trump actually govern effectively as a U.S. Show More Summary

What the F&$k Is a Web Series, Anyway - Part 2

This article was co-authored by Chris Hadley, who writes for the online web series magazine Snobby Robot, and for the film music magazine Film Score Monthly Online. In addition, he is the writer/creator of the cable news satire/parody THE LATE, LATE NEWS. Show More Summary

The Ultimate Recap of Wet Hot American Summer To Prep For Netflix Series

Getting excited for the Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp Netflix series? Need a refresher on what happens in the movie? Only have limited time?? Fear not! Here's everything you need to know - as narrated by Samm Levine (the...Show More Summary

Just Say It: Trump Has No Standing to Debate in My Party

Donald Trump has broken the political contract with my party. The RNC should return the favor and bar him from the debates, even if it costs us the election Donald Trump has said plenty to offend humanity at large, which humanity, ever the sucker for a train wreck, keeps rewarding with high ratings. Show More Summary

Donald Says the Darndest Things

Kids are always saying things that they shouldn't. Having three kids, sometimes I find myself in very embarrassing situations due to comments my children make. "Mommy, why is that ladies butt so big?" or "Mommy, where did that mans hair...Show More Summary

"Epic and Far Reaching": Australia's Marta Dusseldorp on the Post-War Drama A Place To Call Home

Marta Dusseldorp. Photo: Ellis Parrinder. "So," I asked the woman with the Australian accent on the other end of the telephone line, "when did you find out your show has become a hit in the U.S.?" "When I got a call saying an American girl wanted to interview me!" she laughed. Show More Summary

Krystal M. Harris: A Conversation About Women in Hollywood

Strength is a strange and malicious gift in Hollywood. In the few short weeks I have spent here, it has become unnervingly apparent that strength among women is no longer a sought-after personality trait. This dying evolution has been replaced by the harsh competition, brought on by a lack of trust in an already tough community. Show More Summary

21 Things I Learned (Or Tried To) While Being 21 Years Young

As my twenty-second birthday is quickly approaching (cue the Tay Swift remarks) I'm reflecting on the past whirlwind of a year. For most, finally being legal seems to be the center of the year, but that's rarely the case. Since my last birthday, well, it'd be an understatement to say that a lot has happened. Show More Summary

"Jimmy's Hall": The Long Haul

"Jimmy's Hall" is the type of movie that your parents, church, government, bosses and landlords warned you about. The film, nominated for the Cannes Film Festival's highest honor, the Palme d'Or, shows how standing up to the powers that be may not always be rewarding. Show More Summary

'Hold These Truths' at ACT Seattle Is a Brilliant Portrayal of a Genuine Hero

Hold These Truths at Seattle's ACT Theatre is a simple yet stunning one-man show inspired by and based on the life and heroism of Gordon Hirabayashi, one of only three Japanese Americans who refused interment during World War II. Hirabayashi's...Show More Summary

"Follow the Good Work": Aidan Turner on Poldark, Acting, and Happiness

Aidan Turner as Ross Poldark. Photo: Mammoth Screen Ltd. I have to say, PBS has a way of bringing us some handsome and talented Irishmen. My proof? A few years back, it was Northern Ireland's fabulous singer and actor Damian McGinty,...Show More Summary

When the Background Becomes the Foreground: An Evening With Lisa Fischer and Grand Baton

Years ago in art school, my photography teacher told me the brain takes in more than what we are aware of. He pointed to some children kicking a ball around in the background of one of my pictures. One of the kids was looking at me. The ball was rolling past him. Show More Summary

The Psychological Appeal of Donald Trump

Donald's Trump Card = Standing for something - disappointment + judgmental - object constancy + mirror neuron gap As Trump continues down the campaign trail what he says may reveal less about him than what it psychologically reveals about us. Show More Summary

Are We Approaching the Death of the ReRun?

image via flickr I remember as a child pressing my thumb to the soft-rubber up-or-down channel buttons on the remote and watching the screen jump to Cosmo Kramer bursting through Jerry's door, or Eric Matthews dancing, calling out his...Show More Summary

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