Creative decisions that livened up the latest movie may prove difficult to reconcile with something like the Bond we have come to know and love.
What with the Internet and the pornification of the culture, the question has to be posed: Is there such a thing as ‘community standards’ anymore?
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In its latest season, American Horror Story turns one of the worst modern ills into a macabre metaphor.
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As many times as Muhammad Ali’s story has been told, it will never be told better than in the enthralling eight-hour Ken Burns documentary.
Instead of recognizing the root cause of Spain’s economic difficulties, the series advocates a left-wing revolution against a democratic state.
It’s not the plotlines. It’s the New Yorkiness of the show.
Thirteen of the top 14 cable-news shows were on FNC, which swept the top five cable-news shows in viewership.