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“How do you do this thing where you manage to get all girls to hate us?”
When I was growing up, women’s history was everywhere. I learned about Gloria Steinem and the feminist movement of the 1970s before I knew anything about the Vietnam War.
Most people associate the name “Holmes” with Sherlock, but after watching Netflix’s “Enola Holmes,” that just might change.
In the United States there has long been a strange fascination with stories of the American backwoods — gritty tales of brazen crime, graphic murder, religious fanaticism and twisted mentalities.
The backlash is bipartisan: both Sen. Ted Cruz and Rep. Tulsi Gabbard have called “Cuties” child porn.
Like all great horror movies, “Antebellum” is barely fiction.
In modern classics like “Get Out,” “The Babadook” and “Antebellum,” the fantasy comes not when the monsters show their ugly faces, but when they are vanquished.
I’ve watched a lot of movies in my lifetime. A lot. And yet my film knowledge is severely lacking in one particular area.
Disney has long been the big name in animation.
In need of a laugh and looking for a Tarantino knockoff with a B-list cast? Look no further than “The Babysitter: Killer Queen,” released last Thursday on Netflix.