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Game Night Review

Game Night throws darts at the board with unflinching consistency and lands maybe 75 percent of its punchlines.

Gay Olympic Twitter Is Crushing It

2 days agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

Figure skater Adam Rippon has been tearing it up at the 2018 Winter Olympic Games, in which he became the first openly gay U.S. male athlete to medal. Beyond this, he's become a social media sensation thanks to his dazzling...

Wait. Did Twitter Actually Do A Good Thing?!?

2 days agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

Overnight many conservatives saw their Twitter follower counts drop dramatically. It seems that following news of the influence of Russian bots, Twitter may have banned suspected bot accounts by the thousands. And MAGA Twitter is outraged because yadda yadda leftist...

Alan McSmith is a Man Who Will Stare Down a Charging Bull Elephant With a Stick

2 days agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

What is the bravest thing you have ever done? Alan McSmith is a wilderness guide, and if this video isn't his answer to that question then I have a lot more questions for him: Mr McSmith has taken the time...

Game Night

"Game Night," about game-loving partiers who get drawn into a web of danger, is a raucously funny film that has a knack for going right up to the edge of nastiness. Written by Mark Perez and directed by John Francis Daley and Jonathan...Show More Summary

A Great Anthropological Experience: Steve James and Laura Checkoway on Their Oscar-Nominated Documentaries

After creating a half-century of vital and acclaimed documentaries, the Chicago-based production company, Kartemquin Films, is celebrating its first two Oscar nominations. Scoring his first Best Documentary Oscar this year is Steve James,...Show More Summary

CSO's African American Network to Screen Timely Silent Film "The Scar of Shame"

With its theme of female debasement, abuse and exploitation, “The Scar of Shame” could have been born of the #MeToo movement. Attacked and browbeaten by her stepfather, a woman finds herself led down a path to perdition. Despite itsShow More Summary

7 Things You Need to Know Today In Order To Be a Productive Member of Pop-Culture Society

2 days agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

Here are a variety of pop culture items that might be important for you to know today, as long as you define "important" as something useless that will rattle around in your brain for a few days before it vanishes...

Annihilation Review

Annihilation is perfect proof that that Alex Garland is the real deal as a director and visionary -- not only creating a world that you will fall right into, but one that's so fascinating that you'll want to investigate it over and over.

'Justice League' Is the Penny Hartz To Honest Trailer's 'Happy Endings' Crew

2 days agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

Ouch. Hot on the heels of news that Black Panther, the latest critically heralded Marvel movie, outgrossed Justice League in a single weekend, comes the honest trailer for the polarizing DC ensemble epic. Brace yourselves, here comes the insult to...

Kate Upton Accuses Guess Co-Founder of Untoward Behavior & Janelle Monae and Tessa Thompson Now Have Shippers

3 days agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

Are Janelle Monae and Tessa Thompson an item? A lot of people really want Janelle Monae and Tessa Thompson to be an item. (Lainey) Kendall Jenner talks about her anxiety issues and really, if nothing else, I think it's good...

Bloody, Pensive 'Hostiles' Strays From Path to Significance

Directed by: Scott Cooper; Runtime: 134 minutes Grade: C The pushback against the history books regarding the treatment and colonialization of Native Americans has strengthened over the past half-century, but the yearly calls to abandon Columbus Day and the Dakota Access Pipeline protests have kept the issues prominent in current discussions. Show More Summary

Ask Pajiba (Almost) Anything: Watch One Man Rage Against... Priyanka Chopra?!

3 days agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

Here's the thing: Sometimes actors just rub you the wrong way. Me, I can't stand Daniel Day-Lewis. Not as a person -- I'm sure he's a perfectly fine human being. But there was a particular period in the 90s when...

FX Is Promoting The Return Of 'Legion' In The Best Way Possible: By Letting Aubrey Plaza Do It

3 days agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

We've already gotten some tantalizing glimpses at the return of Legion in that recent FX Originals promo, but this new trailer for season 2 is something else entirely. It barely shows us any footage from the show or the characters,....

Look! It's Some Fair To Middlin' Entertainment News To Offset The World!

3 days agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

I got on Twitter for like five minutes and I wanted to hide in bed for about three years. Instead, I looked at some entertainment news and chose some things I find wonderful to share with you. You're welcome. Deadpool...

Republicans Sink to a New Low as as They Continue to Take Shots at the Parkland, Florida Students

3 days agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

There are a lot of people from the right who have been taking shots at students from Florida, Parkland who lost 17 of their classmates to a man with an assault weapon last week. There's Bill O'Reilly, for instance, who...

When Is a Superhero Movie Not Just a Movie? When it is "Black Panther."

Sometimes a movie hits the zeitgeist and the consciousness of the public at just the right time, causing it to transcend the form of a cinematic event and emerge as a movement. In many ways, Patty Jenkins' "Wonder Woman," released last...Show More Summary

Yes, You Can Still Be An Asshole In The #MeToo Era

3 days agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

Ah, the asshole. It's a term that's gotten a bad wrap, but one of which I am excessively fond. I like assholes. I consider myself an asshole. I think people thinking of themselves as an asshole would improve society on...

From the NYTimes: The Most Vivid Description of Hell Ever Written

3 days agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

From the NYTimes, presented without comment: Well, what if on your way to your burdensome job, you could listen to Mr. Buffett and the musicians he endorses? You could be stuck in traffic and listening to his SiriusXM Radio Margaritaville...

Netflix's 'The Push' Is Coming To Prove We're All Murderers Waiting To Happen

3 days agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

Peer pressure takes an ugly turn in the upcoming Netflix series The Push. In it, "Psychological Illusionist" Derren Brown will be bringing his unique style of manipulation to the US for the first time, exposing the secrets of obedience and...

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