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Ot-xe Say Her Name, Say Her Name

 At the moment, there are just over 60 million school-aged girls around the world being denied their right to an education because they are either forced to work, were married early in life, must take care of their siblings at home, or are second-class citizens who face violence if they even consider attending a school. Because women having equal access to education is typically one of the major factors that...


File 610731 sicario-trailer Juarez: What Is It Good For?

Nobody show Donald Trump Sicario! Already willing to xenophobically cast ignorant shade on entire groups of people, director Denis Villeneuve and writer Taylor Sheridan’s film reads like Captain Floppy-head’s personal vision of what all of Mexico is like. If his campaign platform is a trucker hat, it’s conceivable his foreign policy could be based on a fictional movie. So he’s not allowed to watch.

For the rest of...


Walk-movie-2015-gordon-levitt-reviews Splat

In 1974, a French artist named Philippe Petit performed a high-wire act across the twin towers of the World Trade Center that instantly became a legendary feat of beauty and spectacle. In 2008, director Robert Zemeckis (Forrest Gump) must have seen a documentary about Petit’s feat of beauty and spectacle called Man on Wire and reimagined it as a hokey heist film without any beauty or spectacle in it. It's almost...


Duct-tape-cures-all MacGyver in Space

Time to wax nostalgic: Once upon a time, many congressional sessions ago, America dreamed of space. Instead of aircraft-carrier saber rattling, international tension was ratcheted in a contest to see who could invent more, reach further. The country was gripped with pride for bold explorers, and the world united, as any time a person left earth’s atmosphere, they ceased being labeled by nation and became simply...


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