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Critics Pick the TV Shows That Get Mental Health Right — IndieWire Survey

Critics Pick the TV Shows That Get Mental Health Right — IndieWire Survey
Every week, IndieWire asks a select handful of TV critics two questions and publishes the results on Tuesday. (The answer to the second, “What is the best show currently on TV?” can be found at the end of this post.)

This week’s question: What is the best TV show — former or current — that handles mental illness well?

Joyce Eng (@joyceeng61),

Bojack Horseman,” especially Season 4, is almost peerless when it comes to a raw, honest portrayal of mental health. His depression and anxiety aren’t deployed as plot devices like we’ve seen plenty of times elsewhere; they’re just part of him and none of it is rubbed in your face. He’s allowed to be, break down, self-destruct, and the show never offers quick fixes or easy answers. “Stupid Piece of Sh*t” is a brutal depiction, even if you don’t suffer from depression or anxiety,
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‘She’s Gotta Have It’ Review: Spike Lee Brings Nola Darling to 2017 with Style and Depth in New Netflix Adaptation

‘She’s Gotta Have It’ Review: Spike Lee Brings Nola Darling to 2017 with Style and Depth in New Netflix Adaptation
In 2017, “She’s Gotta Have It” may have more to say about men than women. Though primarily focused on the same independent woman from Spike Lee’s 1986 feature film — the sexually liberated Nola Darling, played here by DeWanda Wise — the series, directed in its entirety by Lee, often feels more focused on correcting men’s behavior than celebrating the singular human being at its core.

That’s not a damning issue, only a nagging one. Many, if not all, of the messages within Lee’s 10 episodes are valuable, insightful, and rarely so thoroughly discussed via a serialized narrative — not to mention told from a proudly black perspective. While the overriding educational value can lead to an academic disconnection at times, Lee’s revisitation is as singular and powerful today as it was 30 years ago.

Read More:‘Good Girls Revolt’ Could Come Back for Season 2 as Sony Shops a Revival in
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Horror Highlights: Garbage Pail Kids Documentary, Hexploitation Film Festival, The Eyes, Compulsion

Anyone who grew up in the ’80s is familiar with their unforgettable names and faces. The Garbage Pail Kids Topps trading cards and 1987 movie are embedded in the brains of a generation, and Indican Pictures' new documentary 30 Years of Garbage: The Garbage Pail Kids Story explores the phenomenon like never before. In today's Horror Highlights, we also have details on the Hexploitation Film Festival, The Eyes home media release info, and the trailer for Brian Sepanzyk's Compulsion.

30 Years of Garbage: The Garbage Pail Kids Story: Press Release: "West Hollywood, California (Tuesday, August 8th) - Indican Pictures is set to release the pivotal documentary on the Garbage Pail Kids. Titled 30 Years of Garbage: The Garbage Pail Kids Story, this documentary revisits the artists, who made these collectibles famous. Showing a rare glimpse into the corporate culture of Topps as they launched Garbage Pail Kids through the height of the cards fame,
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Stephen Colbert Tries Starbucks’ New Unicorn Frappuccino and Wants to Die — Watch

Stephen Colbert Tries Starbucks’ New Unicorn Frappuccino and Wants to Die — Watch
Starbucks flexed its creative muscles this week by announcing a new drink: The Unicorn Frappuccino, which they created to be “Instagrammable,” so we know they invent words as well as they do sugary death drinks. Or, as Stephen Colbert called the concoction on “The Late Show” last night: “A sugary affront to God.”

The creators of the Pumpkin Spice Latte released their new drink Wednesday to cries from baristas begging customers not to order it. Ever the contrarian, Colbert braved the sugar and spice and everything nice to take a sip on live television. As if his facial expression didn’t say it all, Colbert said: “Tastes like I french kissed Tinkerbell. That’s not weird — she’s an adult, she’s just really small.”

Read More: Stephen Colbert Calls Bill O’Reilly ‘A Self-Righteous Landfill of Angry Garbage’ — Watch

Making fun of the company’s play at Instagram tags,
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Does ‘This Is Us’ Prove That Broadcast TV Is Still Relevant? — IndieWire Critics Survey

Does ‘This Is Us’ Prove That Broadcast TV Is Still Relevant? — IndieWire Critics Survey
Every week, IndieWire asks a select handful of TV critics two questions and publishes the results on Tuesday. (The answer to the second, “What is the best show currently on TV?” can be found at the end of this post.)

This week’s question: Does the success of “This Is Us” prove that broadcast TV is still relevant in creating prestige dramas (loosely defined through awareness, ratings, awards, etc.)?

Eric Deggans (@deggans), NPR

I’m not sure many critics consider “This is Us” a so-called “prestige” television drama, even now. The fact remains that many shows which are more often hailed as prestige dramas – FX’s “Atlanta,” HBO’s “Game of Thrones,” AMC’s “Better Call Saul” – are darker, more explicit and more challenging to viewers than most everything on network TV. “This Is Us” does signal to network TV types that more complex storytelling can still be embraced by
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Nina Dobrev to Guest on Workaholics in Her First Post-Vampire Diaries TV Role

Nina Dobrev to Guest on Workaholics in Her First Post-Vampire Diaries TV Role
Nina Dobrev‘s next small-screen role will find her involved in a very different sort of triangle.

RelatedVampire Diaries Season 7: The Story Behind Nina Dobrev’s Surprise Cameo

The Vampire Diaries star — whose character remains sound asleep in a supernatural coma — will guest-star in Season 7 of Comedy Central’s Workaholics, TVLine has confirmed, though no further details about her role are available.

Dobrev tweeted about being on set Wednesday:

No coffee? No problem. Ill help wake you up. Or stop your heart. It's a 50/50 chance @AdamDevine #Workaholics #NeverTooEarlyForAGoodScare

Nina Dobrev (@ninadobrev) November 2, 2016

As far as
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‘White Girl’ Review: Elizabeth Wood’s Ferocious Debut Is ‘Spring Breakers’ With A Summer Internship

Essentially “White Privilege: The Movie,” Elizabeth Wood’s fire-breathing debut is an adrenalized shot of ecstasy and entitlement, a fully committed cautionary tale that’s able to follow through on its premise because — like the remarkable young actress who plays its heroine — the film is unafraid of being utterly loathsome. And make no mistake, while the madness of her misadventures is captivating from start to finish, you will hate the titular “white girl.” But it’s what Wood and her star do with that hate that makes their collaboration special, these two rising super talents manipulating your vitriol with the grace of a contortionist and the recklessness of a tornado.

A cherub-faced college kid who sublets a Ridgewood apartment with her best friend (India Menuez) for the summer, Leah (21-year-old “Homeland” alum Morgan Saylor) slinks around a mangy fizz of yellow-white hair, floating through the heat with the breezy confidence
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X-Files Recap: 'Back in the Day Is Now'

X-Files Recap: 'Back in the Day Is Now'
The X-Files‘ Dana Scully may not be immortal, but wouldn’t it have been nice if her mother were?

As many X-‘Philes guessed — and TVLine feared — Margaret Scully dies in the revival’s fourth hour, her death a painful tearing-away of Dana’s one constant: No matter what insanity Mulder was up to from week to week during the original run, Mama Scully always had a gripping hug and some nonsense-free advice for her only remaining daughter. She was the voice of reason when a delusional Dana pulled her gun in “Wetwired.” She was a bedside regular throughout her daughter’s cancer arc.
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Top 5 TV: Addicts, Virgins and the Greatest Baseball Inning Ever

Top 5 TV: Addicts, Virgins and the Greatest Baseball Inning Ever
Tracy Morgan returned to Saturday Night Live this past weekend for the first time since his debilitating car accident, and it was a glorious thing to behold. Even beyond seeing the former SNL star do comedy again — surrounded at one point, poignantly, by his old 30 Rock castmates — the episode as a whole was a reminder that life is short, and maybe it's better to spend whatever TV time we have left watching people we already know we like. And that includes you, Larry David, who kicked off the show with
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James Bond 007: revisiting Die Another Day

It's the invisible car one! We look back at Pierce Brosnan's final outing as James Bond - it's Die Another Day...

Practically a curse for some this one, and now a contender for Worst Bond Ever. This is a bit harsh: Die Another Day doesn’t deserve the opprobrium heaped upon it. Not to say it’s good; just not utterly irredeemable. Perhaps its greatest problem is tonal. For a while it seems we might get the hard-hitting Bond that Pierce Brosnan so deserved; then suddenly we’re in an ice palace and Bond’s borrowed a car from Harry Potter. The second half of the film is utterly ludicrous but fun if you go along for the (invisible) ride; alas, the first half promised something far more intriguing. It wouldn’t be completely accurate to say it begins as Licence To Kill and ends as Moonraker; but nor is it totally unfair.
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Indie Spotlight

After a brief hiatus due to our live coverage of Comic-Con, we’re back with a double-sized edition of the Indie Spotlight, highlighting the recent independent horror news sent our way. Today’s feature includes a new trailer for Come Back to Me and I Spill Your Guts 2, release details on Schism, Silent Retreat, and the Class of Nuke ‘Em High soundtrack, and much more:

Come Back to Me Trailer: “Sarah (Walder) and Josh McLaren (Passmore) are a young married couple living in suburban Las Vegas. Shortly after a car accident, Sarah begins to suffer a series of disturbing memory lapses and frequent blackouts that seem to be increasing in intensity. Unsure of what is happening, and feeling as though she is losing her mind, Sarah comes to learn she is pregnant. To add to her shock, she subsequently discovers that her husband is sterile. As her marriage and world begin to fall apart,
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Evan Rachel Wood Rocks Two-Tone Hair While Performing: See the Pictures

Evan Rachel Wood Rocks Two-Tone Hair While Performing: See the Pictures
Rock on! Evan Rachel Wood sported two-tone hair during her rock performance at the An Evening With Women Benefiting the Los Angeles Gay & Lesbian Center on Saturday, May 10, hosted by Linda Perry. While the True Blood alum is no stranger to styling her short 'do in surprising ways (see: her retro waves at the 2014 Oscars), the dip dyed look of blonde strands with black tips is a new style—perfect for her performance of hits by Garbage and Radiohead at the event. Like her hair, Wood, 26, [...]
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18 Awesome 90s Things We All Sorely Miss

Gone are the days of Furbys, Tamagotchis and Snes consoles – in are iPhones, Snapchat and Facebook. Trying to explain the beauty of a VHS to a kid with a Netflix account at the age of 2 now is going to be a tricky task, but one we’re gonna have to attempt one day.

The year of Nirvana: music, of course, was better. For one, girls on the radio had more fire and brimstone about them. Not only did we have L7, Garbage, and Hole pumping out 90s riot grrl-grunge: the mainstream airwaves had double the soul and substance we have today.

The Top 40 around 1997 had Natalie Imbruglia singing about the sky being Torn, and the Fugees Killing It Softly. Let’s compare this week’s chart-toppers: Little Mix doing a painful cover of Word Up and a song by The Chainsmoker called #Selfie. Even The Spice Girls
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Full WonderCon 2013 Schedule Released

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A few of us here from GeekTyrant will be hitting up WonderCon 2013, which takes place from Friday, March 29th to Sunday, March 31th at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, California. We went for the first time last year, and we had a great time, so we're all excited to be going back for more geek goodness!

WonderCon has released the full three-day schedule! There's a ton of great stuff to check out this year! Enough cool stuff to keep you more than busy! Check out the schedule and start planning out your trip! If you're going and you see us around make sure to say hi! We can talk about geek stuff! See ya there!

March 29 • Friday

12:30Pm – 1:30Pm


35th Anniversary: BattlestarRoom 300De

Host Richard Hatch (Capt. Apollo, Tom Zarek), Kevin Grazier (science advisor, Battlestar, Caprica, Defiance),Michael Taylor (writer/producer, Battlestar, Defiance, Caprica
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Contest: Win Best of Bond...James Bond CD Box Set and 007 Legends Video Game

Contest: Win Best of Bond...James Bond CD Box Set and 007 Legends Video Game
Many are calling Skyfall the best James Bond movie in the 50-year history of this storied franchise. Director Sam Mendes' 007 action-thriller has taken in a whopping $952 million worldwide, indicating that fans keep coming back to see Daniel Craig in action. We have a new contest lined up where we're giving away the Best of Bond... James Bond two-cd boxed set, featuring 50 tracks of classic 007 songs from throughout the franchise. We are also giving away the new 007 Legends game for the Playstation 3 or XBox 360 consoles. These prizes will be gone faster than Bond can fire his Walther Ppk, so act fast. Details on how to enter are below.

Winners Receive:

Best of Bond... James Bond two-cd boxed set

007 Legends game for the Playstation 3 or XBox 360 consoles

Here's How To Win!

Just "Like" (fan) the MovieWeb Facebook page (below) and then leave a comment below telling us why these prizes must be yours!
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Best of Bond...James Bond: 50 Years - 50 Tracks review

Ignoring the 1954 American television version of Casino Royale (and one really should), it’s been 50 years this month since James Bond first graced the silver screen and entered the world’s consciousness and collective hearts. Created by author and former secret service agent Ian Fleming, Bond was a Commander in Her Majesty’s Royal Navy who became a Double-o agent of MI6. He’s a spy who kills and loves without conscience, suave yet deadly. The classic cliché of a man who women want and men want to be. Six actors and twenty-two official movies later, and Bond is still just as popular. And now, Capitol Records and MGM Music have released a new album filled with all sorts of musical goodies from those films.

The two-disc set starts off with The John Barry Orchestra performing the now iconic “James Bond Theme”, which is just as exciting to listen to
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Flickering Myth's Top Ten Bond theme songs

Flickering Myth's writing team vote for their favourite James Bond theme songs as Skyfall, the 23rd film in the franchise, hits cinemas...

The sky is finally falling. The 23rd official James Bond film, Judi Dench's 7th, Daniel Craig's 3rd and director Sam Mendes' 1st, Skyfall, swaggers into cinemas today. So far we've had to make do with teasers, trailers, video blogs, posters, stills and interviews. But one genuinely important, and indispensable, component of the actual film has already been released in its entirety.

Adele's theme song, innovatively titled Skyfall, has been worming its way into our eardrums for a while. Personally, I think it could have been better. Adele's powerful voice promised to deliver an unforgettable Bond ballad with punch and panache. For me, the power isn't quite there. It had the potential to be far more dramatic. Having said that, it's undeniably catchy and confidently understated.
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Thn’s Bond Movie Titles Rundown Part 5

We’ve been on quite a journey, haven’t we? All 22 Bond film titles have been critiqued and now Skyfall is out for all to enjoy. But before we get there, we have four more movie names to investigate. There no rush, though. We have all the time in the world.

The World Is Not Enough

(1999) dir. Michael Apted

Bond fights Begbie whilst Denise Richards plays a scientist. Oh and Q bows out gracefully. Desmond Llewelyn, we salute you.

Does It Sound Like A Bond Film:

Absolutely, as it overtly conjures images of world domination, though not necessarily in the manner one might expect. If you are familiar with the 007 mythology, you’ll find unquestionably fits into the canon and it’s rather surprising that this title hasn’t been used until now.

Does It Get A Song:

Oh yes. On his second outing as composer, David Arnold get’s
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Bond-a-Thond #19: 'The World Is Not Enough' (1999)

Bond-a-Thond #19: 'The World Is Not Enough' (1999)
MTV Movies Blog is earning its license to kill with a feature we call the Bond-a-Thond. Every Wednesday we're taking a look back at a single (official) Bond film, giving you the vitals and seeing how it holds up, right up until the release of "Skyfall" on November 9. Feel free to watch along with us and share your thoughts or just kick back and enjoy the Bond.

The World Is Not Enough (1999)

Plot: Bond must track down an international terrorist, who he believes murdered an oil executive and friend of M.

Title Meaning: Bond speaks the title, a reference to a line in "On Her Majesty's Secret Service," while talking to Elektra

Song: "The World Is Not Enough," performed by Garbage

Bond: Pierce Brosnan

Villains: Renard, a nearly senseless terrorist played by Robert Carlyle, and Elektra King, an oil baron's daughter, played by Sophie Marceau

Bond Girl: Dr. Christmas Jones,
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Win The Best Of Bond. James Bond . New Collection Of Iconic Music From 50 years Of 007

2012 marks the 50th anniversary of the iconic James Bond film franchise, and in conjunction with Eon Productions and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios, Capitol/Emi is proud to join the world.s celebration of 007. Best Of Bond. James Bond, a new commemorative collection of the legendary films. digitally remastered music, will be released in two configurations on October 9th (October 8th outside of North America). Best Of Bond. James Bond features the memorable theme songs from all 22 official Bond films and will be available on CD and digitally, and as a deluxe, .50 Years . 50 Tracks. 2Cd and digital collection. On October 5th, the 50th anniversary of the release of the first Bond film, Dr. No, James Bond Day was celebrated around the world.

The 23-track single-disc edition and deluxe edition of Best Of Bond. James Bond both feature the themes from all 22 Bond films released since 1962, including The John Barry Orchestra.s seminal .James Bond Theme. from Dr. No,
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