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The official movie poster for Dont Worry Darling.

When the drama offscreen is better than on: “Don’t Worry Darling” movie review

Aneesah Khandaker October 11, 2022
Released in theaters on Sept. 23, “Don’t Worry Darling” finally gave audiences the body of work that was mostly known for its behind-the-scenes feuds and gossip quandaries. This movie introduces a mediocre idea and refuses to provide any answers.
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“Don’t Worry Darling” continues to romanticize bad men

Olivia Erndl October 11, 2022
#OPINION: “Don’t Worry Darling” was one of the most highly-anticipated movies of 2022. While this movie attempted to fall within the “good for her” subgenre, its failure to follow through on critical themes prevented it from having a major feminist impact.
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Tribeca goes online for annual film festival amid pandemic

Lajiere Blake April 8, 2020
On Friday, Tribeca editors announced that their annual film festival would adapt to a new digital landscape. This includes an innovative virtual reality film program that will be presented in conjunction with Facebook’s Oculus.
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New and returning shows to look out for in February

Ryan Williams February 11, 2016
Take a look at some of the new and returning shows coming out in February, including the "Breaking Bad" spin-off "Better Call Saul" and the "Full House" sequel "Fuller House."
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“Her”: a beautiful love story about a man and his computer

Jon Winkler January 29, 2014
“Her,” is both head-scratching science-fiction, an erotic fantasy for romantics (male and female) and a heartbreaking love story of how tightly people hold on to the ones they fall in love with, and how easily it can slip through their grip.
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Hollywood, Give Me Back My TV !

November 15, 2007
Some hit TV-shows actors are making hundreds of thousands of dollars per episode. I often don't think of all the hard work that the writers have to put in to the television shows.
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