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The Girl on the Train Directed by Tate Taylor Opens October 7 There's a stereotype of sorts about actors-turned-directors loving and overemphasizing close-ups in their films, as remnants from their days in front of the camera, when close-ups were premium acting real estate. You won't find an exception in actor-turned-director Tate Taylor; his movie version of the bestselling novel The Girl on the Train goes close on his actors' faces constantly, with the kind of attention to...
Recently, Time ran a cover story about what it's like to be a Millennial parent, and reading it this weekend was this sort of crazy, looking-into-a-mirror-only-that-mirror-is-my-computer-but-not-like-with-Photobooth-open-just-like-with-an-actual-website-open-and-yet-still-I-saw-a-reflection-of-myself kind of a moment. By which I mean, I too am a Millennial parent. (And I know this not just because of how old I am or because of the fact that I'm a parent, but also because I took a quiz and got "Millennial Parent." So.) The existence of this quiz makes very clear...
The nominations for this year's Academy Awards were announced this morning and—as ever—there were many surprises and a bunch of snubs. (And apparently a case of a very unfortunately mispronounced name; let's just say that cinematographer Dick Pope is this year's Idina Menzel.) Read on to let us guide you through what all the nominations really mean and if Michael Keaton will finally be getting the Oscar he deserved for Mr. Mom.  Best Picture:  Boyhood The Imitation Game Birdman The Theory...
You know how, on Amazon, when you go to buy a book (which, don’t do that; buy local), the site lets you know that “customers who bought this item also bought” some totally obvious, uninspired choice? And it’s always like, yeah, we get that customers who bought the first Fifty Shades of Grey also bought the second—not that we were looking up Fifty Shades of Grey or anything. But we appreciate a little more...

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