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    Daily Reads: A Gay Defense of 'The Imitation Game,' 2015 Entertainment Watchers' Resolution and More

    Plus: the ten most shocking "Twilight Zone" episodes, and the relevance of "Selma."

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    Daily Reads: The Absurdity of the 'Selma' Backlash, Why Trailers Feel Longer Than Ever Now and More

    Remembering the late Oscar legend Luise Rainer, and the cop show that caters to white privilege.

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    Daily Reads: The Year the Blockbuster Was Busted, 2014's Scarily Determined Characters and More

    Plus: why "The Imitation Game" is a poor imitation of Alan Turing, and a revealing conversation with the co-writer of "Big Eyes."

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    Daily Reads: The Subtle Cinematic Style of 'The Wire,' 'The Interview' as a Landmark of Digital Distribution and More

    Plus: This year in sex on TV, the year's best scenes, and more.

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    Daily Reads: Why No One Remembers "Avatar," the Best Blu-rays and DVDs of 2014, and more

    Plus: Profiling TV's best director, and why 2014 was a bad year for the patriarchy, at least on film.

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    Daily Reads: 'The Interview' and the End of Satire, Why 'Selma' Matters Today and More

    Plus: 2014's most cry-worthy television, and how Mike Leigh solved the biopic problem.

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    Daily Reads: The Spectacle of the Sony Hack, How Sony Lost the Battle of 'The Interview' and More

    Plus: "Jane the Virgin" is TV's most progressive show and "Crash" is the most loathsome best picture winner.

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    Daily Reads: Why You Should See 'The Interview', Aaron Sorkin's Woman Problem and the Sony Hack and More

    Plus: goodbyes to Stephen Colbert and the year's most underrated films.

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    Daily Reads: 2014's Take-Me-Seriously Movies, The Year's Best Movie Posters and More

    Plus: the year's best low-grossing films, best TV moments, and "The Theory of Everything's" prestige freakshow.

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