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Chinatown' s uncanny parallels with Jack Nicholson’s life

It’s one of the most famous scenes in cinema history. Private Detective, Jake Gittes, is attempting to force the truth out of his lovely but damaged client, Evelyn Mulwray. Just who is the mysterious teenager everyone’s searching for?

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Cancel Your Netflix Subscription!

There’s nothing on Netflix anymore. The best-of-the-best titles stream on Hulu — from Selena Gomez’s 'Only Murders in the Building' and the brand new, 'Rosaline'

Hulu's Rosaline

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You know that shocking, stomach-sinking feeling you get when you catch a glance of your weekly screen time notification? Well, if they tallied up the hours I’ve spent scrolling through Netflix for a tv show or movie — hello, ANY-thing — to watch, I’d undoubtedly feel so much worse.

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We Blame The Writers

Our Editor’s Jumbled Takes On Jumbled, Don’t Worry Darling.

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WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD.

Leading up to the release of Don’t Worry Darling, we wrote about almost everything except the movie. See Let’s Talk About the Mid-Century Interior Design in ‘Don’t Worry Darling,or, Everybody’s Worrying, Darling - All the ‘Don’t Worry Darling’ Cast Drama, Explained, and lots more.

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Let’s Talk About the Mid-Century Interior Design in ‘Don’t Worry Darling’

No need to worry. You can get affordable, Mid-Century inspired decor from Urban Outfitters Home

via Warner Bros

Everyone has their thoughts on Don’t Worry Darling. Everyone has their opinions, their takes, their verdicts on Harry Styles’s acting. And everybody’s worrying. Except, of course, the producers of the film. Yep, the messy, messy DWD debuted at #1 in the Box Office. And not because it’s “a movie,” as Harry Styles so eloquently put it. The drama probably had something to do with it.

But here’s what nobody’s talking about enough: the interior design.

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A24

Rotten Tomatoes Score: 88%

Popdust Score: 4 / 5

Billed as a biting Gen-Z satire, horror factory A24’s Bodies Bodies Bodies follows a pack of emotionally immature 20-somethings — and Lee Pace — as their mansion hurricane-party turns deadly. It’s a wildly fun whodunnit that’s more of a nightmare if you’re sober than if you don’t like horror movies.

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Daniel Kaluuya, Keke Palmer, and Brandon Perea in a still from Nope (2022)

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Author’s Note: I saw Nope in a movie theater, after only having seen the original teaser trailer. The most recent trailer gives away too much and should be avoided.

While filming Nope, writer/director Jordan Peele revealed that his most-used word on set was spectacle, and a spectacle it is. Nope earns its R-Rating for a disturbing set of visuals, but this horror comedy has its roots in sweeping westerns and awe-inspiring science fiction.

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