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‘Can You Ever Forgive Me?’ Film Review: Melissa McCarthy’s Art Of The Steal

Entertainment  

By Evan Lambert Far before Lee Israel, the real-life figure at the heart of Can You Ever Forgive Me?, ever commits forgery, the movie itself has already lied to us. In the first twenty minutes, Israel, a profile writer for celebrities, makes drunk plans to meet up with a new friend whom she barely knows…

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Your Flagrant August Movie Preview

Entertainment  

The dog days of Summer are upon us. August is oftentimes a dumping ground for films that aren’t quite blockbuster material and are probably not going to be collecting armloads of Oscars. (There’s even a movie called Dog Days out this month, for crapsakes). That being said, we are excited about a couple potential awards…

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Celebs Join The Call To Stop Gun Lobby Influence: #RejectTheNRA

Politics  

Everytown is a gun safety advocacy nonprofit group that has launched a PSA video to engage all citizens to work toward sensible gun control. After the October 1 mass shooting in Las Vegas, a groundswell of fed-up celebrities signed on to promote Everytown’s mission. Julianne Moore, Emma Stone, Adam Scott, Jack Antonoff, Laura Dern, Melissa…

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Spicer Quits, Leaving Behind The Island Of Misfit Toys

Featured, Politics  

It’s got to be among the world’s worst gigs – lying for a man who changes his version of the truth several times a day. Today, White House press secretary Sean Spicer finally jumped ship. A man who had been mocked mercilessly since Day One, trying his best to cover up the outrageous lies of…

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