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When Keeping It Real On Twitter Goes Wrong

1 hour agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

The wait is finally over and the Fall television season started once again earlier this week. (The NFL season also started recently, but no one cares about that). For many people, it means setting aside time to watch many television...

The Ultimate 'What This Famous Person Looks Like Now Is JAW-DROPPING' Click-Bait Post

23 hours agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

Web writers--we're just like you! We wear bras made out of seashells and have long-flowing perfect red hair that looks the same underwater as it does on dry land, and also, we get annoyed by those same gross ads you...

Mike Ditka Is The Spokesperson For A Generation That Can't Handle Complexity

23 hours agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

This morning, Super Bowl winning head coach, and Hall of Fame tight end Mike Ditka visited a radio show on 105.3 The Fan in Dallas/Ft. Worth. Here's what he said about Colin Kaepernick's decision not to stand for the national...

Oh Hooray, Chelsea Handler's Racist Mouth Hole Decided to Weigh In On the Brangelina Divorce

23 hours agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

Chris Evans gave an interview where he talks about his singing and tap dancing history, which makes me wonder when we're gonna see him in a musical, but the real buried lede here is that W asked Evans if...

I'm Dancing as Fast as I Can

I BELIEVE THAT THE RHYTHMS OF DANCE RELECT THE VERY HEARTBEAT OF THE UNIVERSE. After all, the human body was made to move, and that is true whether a person is able-bodied or is differently-abled. I marveled at how much more quicklyShow More Summary

Three Ways Presidential Debate Moderators Can End Trump's Candidacy Without Facing Bias Accusations

yesterdayFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

A moderator with the inclination to tip the scales in one direction could easily do so without the audience, the political press, or even the candidates themselves realizing it.

'Doctor Who' Spinoff Creator Patrick Ness Confirms The Doctor Will Appear

yesterdayFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

We've admittedly been a bit failing in our coverage of the upcoming Doctor Who spinoff, Class created and showran by YA author Patrick Ness. Part of that is due to not a lot of info being out, and part of...

Butts of the Met

yesterdayFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

Since the dawn of mankind, humans have sought to express the intricacies of the human condition--our pain, our goals, our secret yearnings--through the medium of art. It's possible to spend all one's life studying art and yet barely scratch its...

Guys, WTF Is Happening in 'Transformers 5?'

yesterdayFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

Just weeks ago, we learned that Transformers 5 will involve King Arthur. We were confused. Today? we have no words. The conversion of Winston Churchill's former home into the swastika-draped headquarters of Adolf Hitler for a Transformers movie has...

"Life Itself" Wins Emmy

CONGRATULATIONS TO STEVE JAMES AND DAVID E. SIMPSON for the Outstanding Editing Emmy they won for "LIFE ITSELF," the wonderfully life-affirming documentary about my late husband ROGER EBERT. The award was presented at the 37th annual News & Documentary Emmy Awards at the Jazz at Lincoln Center on September 21st. Show More Summary

The Age of Shadows

If Kim Jee-woon’s fantastically entertaining “The Good, the Bad and the Weird” saw the talented Korean director playing with the milieu of Sergio Leone, his latest, the espionage thriller “The Age of Shadows,” could be categorized as...Show More Summary

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1. "From 'E.T.' to 'Stranger Things,' an Oral History of Kids Cursing Onscreen": Chronicled by LA Weekly's Jared Cowan. “Jeff Cohen, who played ‘The Goonies’’ lovable loudmouth Chunk, says most of the cursing in the beloved 1985 film was the result of improvisation at the behest of director Richard Donner. Show More Summary

The Lovers and the Despot

A frustrating missed opportunity, "The Lovers and the Despot" takes a fascinating story about filmmaking, politics, kidnapping and propaganda and gives us almost no insight into the work of its two main characters, a director and his actress wife. Show More Summary

On Loss, Grief, and the Impact of Others In Our Lives

yesterdayFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

I was standing in my mother's driveway. I had driven over after being told there was something I needed to hear in person. I think I already knew, but I wanted to wrap myself around that shred of hope that...

Bill Hader Will Play Alpha 5 in the 'Power Rangers' Movie Because Alpha's Magical Christmas Comes Early This Year

yesterdayFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

Alpha 5 is the robot companion of the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, whose head is a small Gravitron fairgrounds ride and who yells "AYE-YI-YI!" a lot and used to really annoy my mom. But now in this world of Hollywood...

‘The Magnificent Seven’ Is Magnificently Mediocre

yesterdayFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

What makes a movie a classic? It's an odd, intangible thing, this idea that some movies are destined for eternal greatness, to be revered above others. Some of them are obvious - huge, sweeping epics that are so bold and...

Curtis Hanson's Underrated 'Wonder Boys' is a Gem of Modern Movie Making

yesterdayFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

In its insatiable quest to destroy everything that is good, 2016 has taken another great talent from us. Curtis Hanson sadly died this week. He was 71, and as with any artist's passing the lists of his achievements have begun...

Kristen Bell Attacks Workplace Inequality With Satire And Baked Goods

yesterdayFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

Know someone who thinks we live in a society where men and women are treated equally under the law? Yeah, us too. And sure, your first impulse might be to shove their dumb face up their own ass. But there's...

'The Daily Show', Tomi Lahren, And The Joys Of Not Listening To The Other Side

yesterdayFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

I'm going to let everyone in on a little secret: living in an echo chamber is the best. Nothing has ever convinced me that living in a deep blue state, associating only with liberals and generously employing the "Block" button...


The fraternity drama "Goat" begins in a state of testosterone overload, with a long, slow-motion shot of shirtless Phi Sigma Mu brothers jumping up and down, bellowing with what could be either rage or joy. As Andrew Neel's film unfolds, we realize there's not a whole lot of difference. Show More Summary

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