Eighth Grade and the apex of excruciating adolescence

Armed with a beauty blender and a hairdryer, Kayla opens Eighth Grade preparing for a…

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Originally published on Sight & Sound In the summer of 1993, six-year-old Carla Simón…

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There’s something simultaneously frustrating and soothing about cookie-cutter rom-coms like Set It Up. On…

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There’s always an annoying, nagging awareness when going to any form of evening event…

Awareness & Insecurity: Jewish Identity in Spike Lee’s BlacKkKlansman

Behind the brazen, stylised statement of its title, Spike Lee’s new joint BlacKkKlansman has…

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“Did you fall in love while you were there?” seemed to be the first…