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You can go home for the holidays this year, if only in a Lifetime Christmas movie

You don’t have to actively hate Christmas to be a Scrooge in a Lifetime movie. All you have to say is, “It’s not my favorite holiday,” or even, “A full 12 days of celebrations? Doesn’t anyone have to go to work in this town?”, and suddenly an entire idyllic village’s worth of passive-aggressive cheer will be aimed in

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Nov 25
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With help from a dummy, Anthony Hopkins created a character almost as unsettling as Hannibal

Watch This offers movie recommendations inspired by new releases, premieres, current events, or occasionally just our own inscrutable whims. This week: David Fincher’s Mank, about Herman J. Mankiewicz’s work on Citizen Kane, is coming soon to Netflix. Before it drops, check out these earlier films penned by some of

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Read this: Meghan Markle on her miscarriage, grief, and the power of "are you okay?"

Today the New York Times published in its opinion page a piece written by Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex. To call it a story about her miscarriage is to dramatically limit the scope of her piece. It’s about grief, compassion, and the dangerous assumption that someone else can always do the caring. It’s also great

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You can practically smell the desperation wafting off this app ad starring "little stinker" Lindsay Lohan

Earlier this week, former movie star and enduring cultural curiosity Lindsay Lohan started popping up in a TikTok ad to smile directly into the hapless viewer’s soul and read a monologue. “O Famera president, it’s me Lohan,” she says in the video, captured and shared on Twitter by @kylie_gender. “I call upon thy name

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Since there are no Krusty Burgers nearby, here's how to make steamed hams at home

The one downside of the undying Steamed Hams meme—aside from the worry that one good Simpsons scene from a long time ago is occupying the creative energies of our generation’s best and brightest—is that it reminds us, always, that we cannot just order some steamed hams in real life. Principal Skinner may not be much

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