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Review: Big Mouth comes of age all over the place

Let me just say this: Big Mouth is not for the faint-hearted, the queezy-stomached or the blushed-cheeks. It’s been on Netflix for several months now,...

Commentary: The declining (and rising) relevancy of awards shows

Awards shows have been dying for years. This has been the narrative ever since cable’s popularity dropped and streaming became the medium through which...

What did I just watch? Binge-watching and memory

Binge-watching is the millennial’s pastime. We brag about how many seasons of Friends we get through in a weekend, or we complain about trying...
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‘We don’t give them dignity; they have it’: The 12 Neighbours Community

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