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Laura Bogart

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    GONE GIRL's Cool Girl: Hero or Villain?

    "Gone Girl" is a sardonic horror story that upends the tired Primetime tropes of the suburban hubby with a heart of darkness beating under his pastel polo shirt and his angelic-looking blonde victim by repositioning that angelic-looking blonde as the predator.

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    Joan Rivers: A Trailblazer Who Got Stuck in the Mud

    Joan Rivers’ early work may have been a slingshot lobbing stones against the powers-that-be, but, in her later years, her cruelty became a cannon unloading upon the oppressed.

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    I Spit on Your Fairy Wings, and Your Little Dog, Too!: On MALEFICENT and Other Films

    "The woman has power if she’s a villain." That’s what my college art professor told me once, when we were discussing the Disney films we’d grown up with.

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    The Brando Standard: How Modern Actors Struggle Productively With Marlon Brando's Legacy

    Though the name Brando still evokes the memory of a time when nobody had ever seen anyone like him before; it has also, ironically, become an adjective of choice when describing a certain type of actor: a (usually) White, (usually) young, (always) attractive man of great talent who will let himself ...

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