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in-the-heights-review-in-dreams-begin-responsibilities
At the same time, this multi-stranded, cross-generational story about family, community and advancement mobility is rooted in real hard work and sacrifice. The humble dreams of Usnavi and his neighbors and friends reflect a very big dream - the American one, which the film celebrates without irony, even if it takes note of certain contradictions.We are transported from...
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sweaty-betty-all-day-gym-leggings-review
Image source: POPSUGAR Photography / Kirsty WelshIf, like me, you've basically lived in workout leggings all of 2020 and therefore appreciate the importance of a good fit and comfortable fabric, then you're going to love Sweaty Betty's All Day Gym Leggings ($ 78). Available in four colors (Black, Forest Green, Black Cherry Purple and Navy Blue) and two...
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changing-the-game-review-popsugar-fitness
As much as we hear from young transgender athletes, from lawmakers and activists arguing about who they can and can't play against, it's remarkable how little we hear from them. Trans voices are silenced so often that the kids who are genuinely affected by anti-trans athletes legislation are almost never able to tell their own stories.The goal of...
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moby-doc-review-he-understands-how-hes-an-unlikely-pop-star
In “Moby Doc” animations, staged dream sequences, skits and archive material form a portrait of the title artist, the musician Moby. While the director is Robert Gordon Bralver, the film is clearly a self-actualization project for Moby.Small and short-haired, Moby understands how unlikely he is a pop star. Boy does he ever have. His presentation is...
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seance-review-summoning-trouble-with-lipstick-and-latin
When a group of mean girls invite Camille (Suki Waterhouse), the protagonist of "Seance", to get in touch with a dead classmate, she shrugs her shoulders."Why not?" Says Camille. "Sounds weird."This is essentially the thesis of this genre-confused film: why not? Sounds weird."Seance", directed by Simon Barrett, takes place at the fictional Edelvine Academy, a boarding...
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