Paul Rudd stars alongside a clone of himself in the Netflix series Living with Yourself.
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Paul Rudd Splits in Two for a Binge-worthy Series
Bart Sullivan, 11-02-2019
Not since the comedic pairing of Hayley Mills and Hayley Mills in the original 1961 film The Parent Trap has there been a better duo than in Netflix’s newest series, Living with Yourself, starring Paul Rudd and Paul Rudd. ... click to full article

Culture: Film & Television
The Ten Short Films That Got the World Voting
Since September 26th, the Manhattan Short film festival has been showing the top 10 film finalists in over 400 cities around the world, spanning 6 continents. A diversity of languages, cultures, genres, and ideas can be found in the films, which come ... click to full article

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Culture: Film & Television
Sheets Pulled Off Society’s Faults in Falls Native’s Award-Winning Short Film
Tradition is often to blame for things that may seem outdated at best or dangerous at worst. People may even complain that outdated or dangerous things need to continue because “it has always been that way.” Tradition, however, is not always an acceptable ... click to full article

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Culture: Film & Television
Amazon Prime’s Good Omens: An Ominous Good Time
It all started with an apple—that, and the lending of a flaming sword. Years later, the eternal friendship between an angel and demon will both cause and prevent the end of the world. Based on Neil Gaiman & Terry Pratchett’s comedic novel of the same ... click to full article

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Culture: Film & Television
Cobra Kai Waxes (On and Off) Nostalgic
In the summer of 1984, moviegoers were introduced to a young everyman by the name of Daniel LaRusso (Ralph Macchio) in The Karate Kid. LaRusso, having moved from the east to west coast at the age of 17 with his mother, quickly becomes the victim ... click to full article

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Culture: Film & Television
Larson’s Unicorn Store Has Everything You Need
As some people age, there are always things they wish could have been different, things they wish they could have had in their youth because it may have changed their lives—even though these things would probably make no difference, and the wishers’ ... click to full article

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Culture: Film & Television
Mrs. Maisel's Second Season Is Golden
There are few instances of television series creators succeeding with multiple series, but Amy Sherman-Palladino & Daniel Palladino, after their success with Gilmore Girls, have once again created a powerful cult series with The Marvelous Mrs. ... click to full article

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Culture: Film & Television
Lighting HBO Films on Fire: Fahrenheit 451
One important question surrounds the recent HBO Films adaptation of Ray Bradbury’s classic dystopian novel Fahrenheit 451: how did actors the caliber of Michael B. Jordan and Michael Shannon working with celebrated director Ramin Bahrani produce ... click to full article

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Culture: Film & Television
TV Review:
Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan
It’s possible that John Krasinski’s name will never be mentioned without also mentioning Jim Halpert, his character in the U.S. version of The Office, but he continues to take on roles that display his depth as a performer, and Amazon Prime’s ... click to full article

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Culture: Film & Television
Pastiche Triumvirate:
Netflix’s When We First Met
Ari Sandel’s When We First Met—a 2018 Netflix comedy film starring Adam Devine of Workaholics fame—is equal parts Bedazzled (2000), Groundhog Day (1993), and Big (1988). Although this may sound a bit disjointed, ... click to full article

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Culture: Film & Television
Veena Sud’s Seven Seconds:
A New “Limited Series” on Netflix
Veena Sud rose to prominence in 2011 as the creator of AMC’s The Killing, which started out as a dark crime procedural that came off like Twin Peaks without the surrealism. The dead girl in The Killing even secretly worked in a ... click to full article

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