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I can quote Parks and Recreation endlessly, I love decaf coffee, and in spite of me having two college degrees, I'm still trying to figure out what to do with my life.

Passengers, upon release, was panned as a misogynistic fantasy; but here's why it might actually be more progressive than that initial take.

The Beginner's Guide: Lars Von Trier, Writer/Director

Lars von Trier has become infamous for his unabashedly grim and provocative works, yet he is a distinctive and brilliant director as well.

THE HANDMAID'S TALE Could Be Better Than Any Sci-Fi Film In 2017

Matthew St. Clair discusses the soul of classic science fiction films captured in this years break out hit The Handmaid's Tale.

CATFIGHT: Both Physically & Verbally Bruising

With fine performances and biting humor, Catfight is an interesting satire, delving into power struggles and the human condition.

LGBTQ Cinema: The Perils Of Coding

Lately, studios have made a lot of fuss about the supposedly "openly gay" characters in their films. This article is on why queer-coding is