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Do We Really Need IT: Chapter Two?

When the most recent adaptation of Stephen King’s 1986 novel It opened in theaters in September of 2017, it caused a big stir, and received mostly positive reviews. While I enjoyed watching It, I couldn’t help but feel

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Read our Rant: Make a Date With Harlequin

Harlequin has a reputation for being melodramatic and instilling women with unrealistic expectations about relationships. However you might feel about this romance novel publishing company, you can’t say that they don’t know how to laugh

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Making the Filler Episode Work: “Magic 2.0”

Magic 2.0 is a series where I feel at home. It’s one of those things where you’re so familiar with a set of characters and a particular setting that it just makes you happy to immerse

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The Critical Role of not Spoiling Your Friends

This blog post does not contain spoilers of any kind. This week’s blog post was originally going to be a follow-up to my Riverdale post. However, another show I watch has plagued my thoughts and

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The Circle: For Millennials! About Millennials! By… Old People?

When I first saw the trailer for The Circle, I was intrigued. I didn’t necessarily think it was going to be an Oscar-worthy film, but I thought it could end up being a fun way

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It’s a Good Thing Riverdale is an Ensemble Show

  This blog post contains spoilers for the first half of the first season of Riverdale.   Full disclosure: I’ve never read an Archie comic in my life. And, this isn’t a criticism. I love

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You Can Stop Calling it a Guilty Pleasure

It’s pretty common to hear people refer to something as a guilty pleasure. “Oh—yeah, I watch American Idol. It’s a guilty pleasure of mine.” Then they’ll flash you a guilty smile, shrug, and laugh at

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