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Copaganda and why ‘Private Eye’ needs to make a comeback

    Copaganda and why ‘Private Eye’ needs to make a comeback

In Thomas Pynchon’s 2009 postmodern hardboiled detective novel, “Inherent Vice,” the protagonist “Doc” Sportello takes a moment to lament with a friend over the declining dominance of the private eye

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‘The Plot Against America’ falters at times, but still delivers a hauntingly prevalent message

    ‘The Plot Against America’ falters at times, but still delivers a hauntingly prevalent message

President Franklin D. Roosevelt had served two terms as America’s leader by 1940. The Democrat had just spent eight years getting the country back on track after the Great Depression,

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First impression: ‘Vagrant Queen’ is corny . . . and that’s alright

    First impression: ‘Vagrant Queen’ is corny . . . and that’s alright

“The revolution destroyed everything. And guess what? I got over it!” Years after fleeing a revolution in her kingdom, heiress Elida (Adriyan Rae) survived as a scavenger, taking odd jobs

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What to watch amid the coronavirus outbreak

    What to watch amid the coronavirus outbreak

COVID-19 may have impacted cinema premieres for the next few months and delayed production on several TV shows, but there’s still a myriad of ways to dive into entertainment during

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Obsessing over child actors goes past the fun of “stanning”

    Obsessing over child actors goes past the fun of “stanning”

Stan culture has convinced many that being constantly updated and invested in your favorite celebrity’s life is a good thing. But

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The counterproductive characterization of queer characters is damaging to the LGBT community

    The counterproductive characterization of queer characters is damaging to the LGBT community

These days, media moguls feel they do not have to provide the LGBTQ community with adequate representation in order to

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‘Friends’ celebrates 25 glorious years

    ‘Friends’ celebrates 25 glorious years

“Friends” has officially turned 25. The sitcom aired on Sept. 22, 1994 and ran a total of 10 seasons before

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Television is becoming more like film and that is far from a bad thing

    Television is becoming more like film and that is far from a bad thing

Television has always been in a way a take-home version of film. It was created as a way to bring

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Apple TV+ is bound to get lost in the war of streaming services

    Apple TV+ is bound to get lost in the war of streaming services

New streaming services are starting to constantly appear in today’s new age of entertainment. From Disney Plus to HBO Max,

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Monitoring kids in moderation gives them headway to flourish

    Monitoring kids in moderation gives them headway to flourish

Over censoring is a nasty, unnecessary little beast. I firmly believe parents “over parent” their kids regarding the media they

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