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A study on villains’ skin conditions shows how TV and movies imply that looks correlate with character.
The Oscar-nominated movie is another in a genre that’s known for commenting on relationships with people different from us.
A partial list of who went home with the golden gramophones Sunday night.
How movies, TV, theater and music foresaw the future of politics, from Beyoncé to Biff in “Back to the Future Part II”
It’s hard to “resonate” in a crowded media marketplace. But these three nuanced movies deserve your attention.
We’re annotating the speech -- and you can help us.
This is how TV works these days.
They have admirable aspirations, but...
Yes, even when they eat pizza with a fork.
The movie starring Kristen Wiig, Melissa McCarthy, Kate McKinnon and Leslie Jones comes out July 15.