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In Stereo: An Entertaining Indie Gem That Deserves a Wider Audience

New York is the home of independent romantic comedies, with a clichéd presence as the setting of nearly every single one. In Stereo is billed as an independent romantic comedy. Many New York-set independent romantic comedies fail to be anything more than “alright,” so how does In Stereo fare?

Television
5.8
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True Detective, “Night Finds You” (2.2) – TV Review

“My strong suspicion is we get the world we deserve.”

Two episodes into most seasons, there’s plenty of breathing room to get things going, to put pieces in place for later payoffs“My strong suspicion is we get the world we deserve.” Two episodes into most seasons, there’s plenty of breathing room to get things going, to put pieces in place for later payoffs

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Dreaming in Technicolor: Singin’ in the Rain

As the 1950s rolled around, MGM dominated the Technicolor musical. With stars like Judy Garland, Frank Sinatra, Fred Astaire, and Gene Kelly on contract, and directors like Vincente Minnelli and Stanley Donen tying it all together, how could they fail? At the 24th Academy Awards, held one week before the premiere of Singin’ in the Rain in March 1952, An American in Paris won MGM its first Best Picture Oscar in a decade. It was a magical time.