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Aw, Man

 

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Doctor-who-season-9 I Do TV Too

I watch many much lots TV.

Admittedly, it’s almost never the ONLY thing I’m doing at the time. The bulk of this list are programs I throw on while working out (don’t let the Christmas doughy me fool you, I do actually do exercise), doing other work (multitasking is the only way to consume all of the entertainment) or while catching up on correspondence (that’s a fancy way to say texting). That said, everything...


Phfx9pktlhioji 1 l Cutting Room for January

If you haven’t heard or seen, they cast “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Parts I and II,” the play that continues the story of everybody’s favorite disfigured wizard. The big news? Hermione Granger will be played by Noma Dumezweni, a black actress. As expected, the racially tolerant, intellectually sophisticated denizens of the Internet reacted with calm aplomb. I’m kidding, they lost their racist minds. That...


Natgotagun I See You, 2016

Oh man, 2016 has gotta feel so nervous, knowing its elder sibling, 2015, was so flinging-flanging good. Father Time has to be like “No, it’s totally okay if you want to go in to ophthalmology, 2016. Not everyone can be a brain surgeon like 2015.” I mean, 2015 resurrected Star Wars, introduced Imperator Furiosa (Mad Max: Fury Road) and had so many slightly more minor triumphs, 2016 is probably already working on a...


Force awakens Awake My Soul

Nostalgia, like love, erodes rough edges; it fills in gaps, paints clean what was scuffed, and forgives copious small sins in the name of happiness. I’m sorry, but none of the Star Wars movies have been perfect. Although some are demonstrably (laughably) worse, all abound with fractures and flaws. That we deeply love (some of) them is a gentle affirmation of their use of the monomyth and a reflection of how they...


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