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Among the first to see the emotional possibilities of electronic…
Disappointing not due to false advertising but because the sense…
Enjoyable and imminently forgettable
Too obvious, too overt, too derivative and too on-the-nose.
A nearly two-hour tome that dove into themes of isolation, deterioration and things falling apart.
There is a reason for this compilation’s seemingly infinite success.
Elle Woods’s world may be an idealistic one, but that’s no reason we can’t live in it.
An airy, intellectual take on science fiction, particularly given its ruminations on how even well-intentioned men silence women.
Joining Gold on this journey is at times breathtaking, at times painstaking, and finally, whole.
More than a mere essay on Lou Reed, this is a consideration of how the notion of queerness has evolved over time.
We hope this list inspires you to choose something else at the multiplex.
We are pleased to present a list of albums that we feel have bubbled to the top of the heap.