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A Series of Tubes: 'CSI: Cyber' Review

6 days agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

The pilot dropped America's STEM ranking by seven positions.

Acting Their Age: Noah Baumbach on “While We’re Young”

“I’m freaked out by you kids. I hope I die before meeting one of you in a job interview,” says Roger Greenberg, memorably played by Ben Stiller in Noah Baumbach’s acclaimed 2010 film, “Greenberg.” Five years later, the actor and director...Show More Summary

Jennifer Lawrence Says Her 'X-Men' Days Are Done

6 days agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

Also touched on: subjects of body lice and Jim Carrey movies.

While I was Busy Cutting Off Faces

OK, running more than a little bit late for the “Quelle horreur!” round table, but…well…some French excuse. I don’t know. Anyway, I’ve finally pulled my act together and completed my entry. Eyes Without a Face/Les yeux sans visage “With a few exceptions scattered throughout the past hundred years or so of feature filmmaking, the French […]

They're Not Gone! What Some of Your Favorite People Had Going On At SXSW

6 days agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

Here's where you can see some people you may have been missing recently.

Shailene Woodley, The Rich White Wood Nymph Who Doesn't Understand Feminism, Is MTV's Favorite 'Trailblazer'

6 days agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

Plus Vin Diesel named his baby after Paul Walker and what the hell is happening to Christian Bale's body?

Is the Payoff Worth the Slow Burn of Netflix's 'Bloodline'?

6 days agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

Short answer: Yes. It absolutely is. Feel free to binge-watch Netflix's Bloodline to your heart's content, secure in the knowledge that -- after 13 hours -- you won't be let down by the finale. Longer answer: Bloodline is slow-burning greatness,...

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1. "How the vampire became film's most feminist monster": An excellent essay from The Dissolve's Genevieve Valentine. “Vampirism is a charmingly reliable metaphor for a particular brand of cinematic feminism. There’s no more economical embodiment of the powerful woman as both terrifyingly predatory and soothingly seductive. Show More Summary

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