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A slick movie adaptation of Where the Crawdads Sing doesn’t just sanitize the story; it obfuscates the questionable morality at the novel’s center.
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Halftime, the Netflix documentary about the performer, posits that rebirth is essential for the modern celebrity—but it takes a hidden toll.
HBO’s wonderfully smart new series may be the most meta show on TV right now.
The pop-punk singer’s debut album, now 20 years old, is a monument to angsty adolescence.
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The novel is darkly observant of Millennial malaise. The TV adaptation is a different story.
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How the brutal Viking blockbuster uses a millennia-old tale to undermine the toxic masculinity of myth.
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The First Lady tries to honor three underappreciated political spouses. Instead, it blends their life stories and reduces them all.