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My Cousin Rachel review

My Cousin Rachel review

Gothic romance isn’t as popular a genre as it once was, but Roger Michell’s take on My Cousin Rachel is here to bring it back. There’s a reason Hitchcock adapted author Daphne du Maurier’s work into The Birds and Rebecca, and this film’s source material shares a lot of the same suspense and intrigue as those novels. The result here is an oddly distant look at gender and obsession, offering brief insight into the characters even when their actions don’t make much sense.

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Geeks vs Loneliness: talking about periods

Geeks vs Loneliness: talking about periods

Wonder Woman Isn’t a Typical “Strong Female Character,” and That’s Why She’s Great

Wonder Woman Isn’t a Typical “Strong Female Character,” and That’s Why She’s Great