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Character Study: Luigi, the Other Mario Brother

For years, the twin in green was defined by the ways he was different from his more famous brother. It’s time we appreciate him for what he truly is.

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Drogon Burned the Iron Throne. Now He Wants to Watch the World Burn.

A year after the death of his mother, the last living dragon has been on a jaunt of self-discovery, gaining followers and leaving sheep corpses in his wake

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Marshawn Lynch on ‘Westworld’: A Scouting Report

Beast Mode came to HBO on Sunday night with a mood shirt and a pair of dope sunglasses (but somehow no Skittles). Here’s a breakdown of how he performed in his prestige TV debut.

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A Taxonomy of Movie Dogs

The dog movie industry is booming in 2020, but Hollywood has always exploited our canine obsession for box office success. And so it’s finally time to organize every kind of movie mutt into one helpful document.

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Twelve Other Songs That Should Be Literally Made Into Movies

Emilia Clarke’s ‘Last Christmas’ proved what was possible with a very faithful adaptation of Wham!’s "Last Christmas," so why stop there?

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An Extremely Necessary FAQ for ‘See,’ Jason Momoa’s Weird Apple TV+ Show

Everyone’s blind? What is this? Who asked for this?

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The Mites Didn’t Deserve This: A Review of Willa Ferreyra’s ‘Sands’

Connor Roy’s "playwright" "girlfriend" made her Broadway debut on Sunday with a totally real—not fake—play. Here is our totally real—not fake—review of a performance filled with a concerning amount of totally fake—not real—sand.

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The Things You Learn Watching 10 Straight Hours of ‘The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance’

The Netflix series—a prequel to Jim Henson’s iconic film—is a beautifully rendered testament to its source material, but it is also a surprising well of insight (especially when consumed in one feverish sitting)

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What Was Bran Doing While King’s Landing Burned to the Ground?

Descending into madness, Daenerys Targaryen mounted Drogon and turned the capital of Westeros into ash, in the process killing thousands of innocents and burying Cersei Lannister in rubble. To be fair, though, it was also a pretty busy day for the Three-Eyed Raven.

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In Praise of Qyburn, Westeros’s Resident Freak

The current hand to the queen is the only character on ‘Game of Thrones’ who has remained completely true to who he is—which is a giant weirdo who loves dead people