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Andrea Savage's comic works blue, but her marriage is as wholesome as can be. [Read More]
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A guide for people who haven't seen The Wife. [Read More]
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The blockbuster rom-com has already made history twice. The Oscars should make it three. [Read More]
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The Intouchables remake may be feel-good hokum, but it has a silver lining. [Read More]
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Anyone who makes it look easy is trying to sell you more than boxes. [Read More]
The darkly comic Western is Jacques Audiard's English-language debut, but he already has a feel for the territory. [Read More]
Three Slate critics spoil the thriller's many surprises and revelations. [Read More]
Elizabeth Olsen plays a widow still reeling from her husband's death in the Facebook Watch drama. [Read More]
Dan Fogelman's latest spans continents, generations, and all boundaries of good taste. [Read More]
Arnold is the perfect conduit to people attracted to volume and chest-thumping confidence. [Read More]
Alison Brie still voices Vietnamese American Diane Nguyen, but BoJack's creator says he wouldn't make the same choice now. [Read More]
What's lost when you translate Korean immigrant life into sitcom tropes? [Read More]
Their uglier qualities were meant to be the text, rather than the subtext, all along. [Read More]
The show promised to be about surviving trauma, but it was only interested in showing it. [Read More]
The Melissa McCarthy movie is part juvenile muppet spoof, part tone-deaf racial allegory, all dull. [Read More]
Three Slate critics discuss the hit rom-com in spoiler-filled detail. [Read More]
The new thriller feels like it co-stars the ghost of Clippy. [Read More]
The landmark film beautifully portrayed the Asian American experience. Then Asian Americans turned on it. [Read More]
How to spot author Kevin Kwan and more. [Read More]
To All the Boys I've Loved Before may wish to be left out of any comparisons to Crazy Rich Asians. [Read More]
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