Zoom wallpaper from Ann Telnaes

Just right-click 'Save As' for the image at the top of this story - https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2020/04/24/rats-are-coming-heres-how-we-can-keep-them-away/ [Author: Mike Rhode]
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New Mutants #46 - Barry Windsor Smith cover

Barry Windsor Smith New Mutants v1 #46, 1986 - Bursting onto the scene, the X-men are featured on this Barry Smith cover. Storm, Nightcrawler and Colossus get lost within the busy layout, but the color palette brings them forward. This disorderly design is atypical of Smith, yet his draftsmanship remains intact and the final image is no less compelling. Other artists in this issue include [Author: Unknown]
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A Schoolgirl Is Thoroughly Used in Kutsujoku 2

Those who greatly favored the first Kutsujoku have another sexually active sequel to look forward to as the PV for its first episode has spared a schoolgirl absolutely no mercy, the male protagonist using her tantalizing body as he sees fit. The PV is quite the tease as it contains only one minute of one […]
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'The Last Dance' reactions: Viral moments from second night of Michael Jordan documentary

Dennis Rodman is providing plenty of entertainment.
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Everything That Happened in ‘Westworld’ Season 3 Ep 7, Explained

(Major spoilers ahead for the April 26 episode of “Westworld” on HBO)Okay, so we’re close to the end of “Westworld” season 3 now, with only the finale left to go next week. And, not surprisingly, that meant that this week’s episode was chock full of new developments. It’s a lot to process, and it took me a few viewings to get everything straight (mostly). So let’s dig into all this crazy stuff that happened and what it all might mean.We’re gonna take it all piecemeal instead of just directly rec...
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‘Westworld’ Review: Episode 7 Struggles to Introduce the Human Element of a Robotic War

Aaron Paul shines, even while dumping exposition with "an insane A.I." But Caleb's big reveal doesn't pay off, and neither does Dolores v. Maeve, round two.
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‘Westworld’: Season 3, Episode 7 ‘Passed Pawn’ Recap: What’s Up With Caleb & The Man In Black?

Warning: This recap of HBO's Westworld, Season 3, Episode 7 "Passed Pawn" contains spoilers. Wow, this episode of Westworld was a doozy, chock full of sublime, Byzantine intel that when it came to telling the story of a solider's PTSD and dissociative memories, "Passed Pawn", written by Gina Atwater and directed by Helen Shaver, made Adrian Lyne's […]
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The Hard-Boiled Fairy Tale: 9 Notes on Alfred Hitchcock's Notorious

1) A contender for Alfred Hitchcock's best film, Notorious operates like a symbolist poem, mostly by suggestion. While Hitchcock's delightful The Man Who Knew Too Much (1934) has plenty of gunplay, chairs thrown around, and an evil dentist, Notorious is all civilized constraint and stately 1940s manners in cluttered Victorian drawing rooms. One Nazi, while eating dinner, mentions twisting his ankle the last time he killed someone. We learn quickly that, in this Rio de Janeiro world of intrigue,...
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10 Notes on Looper (2012), Schopenhauer, and the Reciprocal Nature of Violence

1) "‘Does solving a problem by finding the right person and killing them ever work? Or does it create a self-perpetuating loop of violence?’ And that to me is not a theoretical, time-travel question. That’s a real-world question.” --Rian Johnson2) Looper's straightforward vision of the future that still seems accurate today: more homeless, more graffiti, more guns, no middle class.3) I thoroughly enjoyed Looper, in part because I am a huge fan of Johnson's recent Knives Out and Brick (2005), wa...
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Kevin Smith Says His ‘Mallrats’ Sequel Script ‘Moves Like a Brakeless Bullet Train!’

Filmmaker Kevin Smith has found the positive side of being stuck in quarantine — it gave him the opportunity to sit down at his computer and crank out the first draft of “Twilight of the Mallrats!” the sequel to the cult hit “Mallrats,” which came out in 1995.“25 years after the original, Brodie Bruce will be back for an unnecessary sequel set against the Mallpocalypse!” Smith wrote on Instagram, giving fans insight into what the memorable characters are doing these days.“Rene, Willam, Gwen, Bra...
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‘God Friended Me’ Finale: Creators Steven Lilien & Bryan Wynbrandt On Crafting A Conclusion Under Chaotic Circumstances

SPOILER ALERT: The story includes details about the two-part series finale of CBS' God Friended Me. God is taking time off social media as CBS’ God Friended Me ends after a two season run. Produced by Warner Bros Television and CBS Television Studios in association with Berlanti Productions and I Have An Idea! Entertainment, the drama […]
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Moonstruck: Cher's 1987 classic is bizarre, hopelessly romantic and yet somehow entirely plausible

Moonstruck: Cher's 1987 classic is bizarre, hopelessly romantic and yet somehow entirely plausible. Cher’s Oscar-winning turn falling for an unsettlingly charismatic Nicolas Cage is a glorious contribution to the romantic comedy canon
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Sophie Skelton on Finding Closure for Bree on 'Outlander'

Tonight's episode concludes one of the series' most harrowing chapters.
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Meiji Gakuin University Paying 12,000 Students ¥50,000 for Online Education

Meiji Gakuin University is paying its entire student body ¥50,000 so that they can participate in online classes, which were made mandatory due to the problematic Chinese virus. The generous establishment intends for students to spend the currency on new computers and communication equipment for use in online classes, expressing a desire to help reduce […]
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Otome Game no Hametsu Flag shika Nai Akuyaku Reijou ni Tensei shiteshimatta Episode 4 Impression

On this episode, Katarina starts her new school life with her friends. Later, she hears about Maria and encounters her. Wow, I really can't believe this anime was under my radar because I thought it was just another "otome" series. It's actually pretty wholesome to watch and has interesting harem (along with awesome transitions from childhood to teen). Anyway, it was nice to see Katarina start her new school life and connection with the Student Council. Also, it adorable to see her making friend...
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Killing Eve ’s Sandra Oh: The Most Beautiful Thing to Me Now Is Reconnecting

"Honestly the only thing you can do is live moment by moment, right?" writes Sandra Oh
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Star filled foursome of Tiger, Phil, Brady, and Manning to play in charity golf match

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ICQ Podcast Episode 323 – Radio Communication Museum

In this episode, I had the pleasure of joining Martin M1MRB, Leslie Butterfield G0CIB, and Edmund Spicer M0MNG to discuss the following topics: Centenarian Radio Amateur on BBC Radio Solent Historic First Trans-Atlantic Contact Made on 432 MHz Tweet with Morse code Amateur Radio on BBC Three Counties Radio Morse Code App RSGB Launches National Mental Health Campaign in Partnership with the NHS Essex Ham Foundation Online Training Breaks Records Japan’s Radio Amateurs...
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Goblin Slayer Manga Infiltrates the Rape Dungeon

Goblin Slayer has tread dangerous territory for its latest chapter as the main cast of goblin murderers have used their coveted females as bait to infiltrate a goblin stronghold, gruesome sights naturally being present, though more gruesome might perhaps be the implied goblin massacre that will soon be unleashed. While the manga’s horrific rape content […]
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Early ‘The Simpsons’ Style Guide Reveals Certain Rules for Animating Characters

The Simpsons has a distinct animation style, and that’s thanks to the talented animators who have been working on the series for years. Because that style is so integral to the overall vibe of The Simpsons, there’s a massive style guide for animators to follow so the characters are never feel off from their original design. If you want to see the kind of rules there are for animating The Simpsons, you can see a couple pages from an early style guide thanks to former showrunner Josh Weinstein. ...
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Aya Hirano Encourages Staying at Home By Dancing Hare Hare Yukai

Haruhi seiyuu Aya Hirano has attempted to keep otaku at home and away from the Coronavirus by dancing the “Hare Hare Yukai” ending sequence from the anime, encouraging others to do the same and bound to feel reminiscent of over a decade ago. Hirano uploaded her 30-second version of the dance on Twitter and noted […]
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Star Wars Bits: Quest of the Jedi, The Merry Rise of Skywalker, 365 Days of Star Wars Women, and More!

In this edition of Star Wars Bits: Talking Bay 94 Chats with ILM Effects Supervisor Roger Guyett 365 Days of Star Wars Women An Excerpt from William Shakespeare’s The Merry Rise of Skywalker Blast Points Podcast Celebrates the Love with New Commentaries and Bonus Episodes A First Look at Star Wars: The Clone Wars – Stories of Light and Dark And More! Talking Bay 94 Chats with ILM Effects Supervisor Roger Guyett Devoted to interviews with the cast, crew, and creators from the Star Wars uni...
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The Quarantine Stream: ‘The Lighthouse’ is the Perfect Claustrophobic Cautionary Tale For Our Times

(Welcome to The Quarantine Stream, a new series where the /Film team shares what they’ve been watching while social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic.) The Movie: The Lighthouse Where You Can Stream It: Amazon Prime The Pitch: Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe play two lighthouse keepers who are stranded on the remote island during a storm, leading them to descend into a booze-soaked frenzy of sexual frustration and isolation-induced insanity. Sound familiar? Why It’s Essential Quarantine...
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Emma Fashion: 4 Modern Looks Inspired by the 2020 Movie

This 2020 adaptation of Jane Austen's classic novel is full of gorgeous fashion inspo.
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Thread Decrying Final Fantasy VII Remake’s Barret as Racist Backfires

A thread attempting to label Final Fantasy VII Remake‘s black terrorist leader Barret as being an “ignorant racist caricature” has hilariously backfired on one infamous and despised corner of the Internet as commenters disagreed with the poster’s just and upstanding defense of the still enslaved black race. The thread condemned the remake’s portrayal of Barret […]
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Movie Flashback: “Sophie’s Choice”

Today, we take Meryl Streep’s brilliance as an actress for granted. We’ve seen so many magical performances through the years. Still, one can’t help but be blown away by Streep’s Oscar-winning performance in this film. From the review in the New York Times: Meryl Streep has already established herself as a performer of that caliber, but nothing in her earlier work fully anticipates ”Sophie’s Choice.” In Alan J. Pakula’s faithful screen adaptation of Mr. Styron’s novel, Miss Streep accomplishe...
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New ‘Saturday Night Live At Home’ Gets Help from Brad Pitt, Adam Sandler, Paul Rudd, and Lots of Graphics

Saturday Night Live At Home returned with another set of remotely produced sketches this weekend, and you can tell that the cast and crew learned some lessons from their first outing, and they improved the quality of the sketches, both in content and in presentation. In addition to some guest appearances by Brad Pitt, Adam Sandler, and Paul Rudd, the graphics department also came out in full force to give the sketches some extra flair. So without further adieu, let’s take a look at the best and...
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