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Public humiliation, '50s housewives and countless riddlesIn Pod We Trust:Bingeworthy:
Here we are, living though another sweltering hot week while we wait for the sweet release of air conditioning to take us away on its centrally cooled wings.

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Big Screen Creepypasta

The skinny on Slender Man
Making a movie about Slender Man in 2018 is akin to making a biopic about the creators of the Macarena. The time has passed.

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Collective Childhoods

Middle school will always be the same
If I make something half as beautiful as Bo Burnham's "Eighth Grade" during the course of my life, I will die a satisfied man. Making a coming-of-age movie can be such a gutsy proposition because of our individualized middle school and high school experiences.

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Modern Propaganda

When "Fake News" disguises itself as documentary
It's somewhat exhausting living in a time in which "Fake News" has become a rallying cry.

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Impossibly Entertaining

Love him or hate him, no one works harder than Cruise
I really want to know when Tom Cruise became the white Jackie Chan.

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MoviePass Struggles to Live

Was the service always too good to be true?
We all knew MoviePass was too good to be true, right?

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The Sequalizer

Denzel shoots his way through another bloody mess
I really don't ask for much when it comes to action movies.

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Halfway There

Checking in on 2018 Best in Show
Now that we're a little over halfway done with the year, it's nice to look back and see the highlights, lowlights and skid marks so far.

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There's Only One

A dispatch from an actual customer of the last Blockbuster—right here in Bend
When I called the last Blockbuster on Earth to set up a discussion with general manager Sandi Harding, a clerk had to take a message because she was in the middle of an interview with CBS.

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Size Doesn't Matter

Ant-Man and the Wasp are growers, not showers
Warning: Vague spoilers for "Avengers: Infinity War" and "Civil War" follow.

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Killing in the Name of

"The First Purge" shoots for the face
It's kind of amazing how close the "Purge" movies come to being biting satires of modern American culture.

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