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Tully is an Ode to the Beauty and Struggles of Motherhood

Writer Diablo Cody and director Jason Reitman, the team behind 2007's Juno, have reunited for Tully, a powerful film about motherhood. Charlize Theron plays Marlo, an overworked, stressed-out mother of three with an absent husband (Ron Livingston) whose routine involves going to work, coming home to help the kids with their homework, and preferring to play on his Xbox rather than asking his wife how her day was.

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SZA takes Ctrl at the Novo

Christmas came early for SZA (pronounced "Sizza") fans when she added a concert date at the Novo in Downtown Los Angeles on Tuesday, Nov. 14, 2017. Her "Ctrl" tour, named after her debut album, originally did not have any North American shows for November due to the fact that she is scheduled to tour the United Kingdom with R&B artist Bryson Tiller.

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Is it all "The Hype"?

Hip Pop Rapper Hoodie Allen dropped his most recent album The Hype on Friday, September 29th. “I think Hoodie’s new album is so creative. I always found myself getting lost in the music throughout the album. Every track was so different, and you can see the hard work put into creating the project,” Hoodie Allen fan, Evan Brown-Bacchus said.

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Mercy for the Slaughtered

Every Sunday night a dedicated group of vegan activists gather outside a gaudily painted factory depicting fat, happy pigs rolling around in meadows while clown-like farmers wearing overalls trip over wheelbarrows and tractors trying to catch these naughty animals. Above these painted walls, ominous smoke billows from chimneys and a thick, feral smell lingers.

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Film Review: The Promise

The Promise deserves a place in film history despite it’s negative reviews on Rotten Tomatoes, and by opposition from the Turkish and Azerbaijani governments that still deny that The Armenian genocide ever happened. The film intends to shine a light on the massacre of 1.5 million Armenians during the fall of the Ottoman Empire as World War I unfolded.

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Film Review: "Get Out"

Almost 90-years ago, "Frankenstein" scared the heck out of movie audiences and helped make Universal Pictures Horror a brand name. Now, Universal's reputation for freaking people out has been further enhanced with “Get Out,” a terrifying, fascinating and hilarious film that's the latest in a long line of horror genre box-office winners from the studio.

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