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No Big Bang

In 1965, Stephen Hawking wrote his first ground-breaking thesis and wed Jane Wilde. His paper argued that if a star can collapse inwards to form a singularity, then a singularity can explode back outward. The Theory of Everything explores this same theory, only instead of stars, it's marriage. Which isn’t to say new “stars” aren’t formed; Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones both provide sensational performances in The...


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Recently, I joylessly trudged through the first season of Amazon’s “Transparent,” a show populated with so many soulless, vacuous, obnoxious characters that I began rooting for them to die horrifically. This follows my quasi-traumatic enduring of “Breaking Bad,” an overpraised show about selfish criminal pricks. Grim entertainment populated with antiheroes and assholes is the pop culture trend du jour. And I hate...


Zero motivation web 1 50/50 = Zero

Sadly, Zero Motivation is the worst kind of mixed bag. Written and directed by Talya Lavie, the first woman to produce a film in Israel, Zero Motivation follows a pair of young women through three loosely connected stories about their two years of mandatory service in the Israeli military. The film is one of those slice-of-life workplace comedies that feels semi-autobiographical and satirizes the peculiar procedures...


Video.moviesmanualupload@b4540f20-c8ad-3296-97cf-519a7480bb86 full Don’t Let Millennials Time Travel

Project Almanac understands that what people really want in a time-travel movie are long stretches of people soldering circuit boards and buying batteries. I mean, why waste time pondering temporal paradoxes when audiences just want to sit back and marvel at the thrill of people drawing circles on a chalkboard? Director Dean Israelite and writers Andrew Deutschman and Jason Pagan have finally freed science-fiction...


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