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Trailer: 7 Reasons You'll Already Love 'This Is Where I Leave You'

The trailer for the movie adaptation of Jonathan Tropper's <i>This Is Where I Leave You</i> dropped this week -- and this movie fan is already obsessed. In …

Birding with Director Rob Meyer: 'A Birder's Guide to Everything' Ventures Outside

"It's all about the birds this morning," redheaded director Rob Meyer says. "It's nice to not be in charge." He does his best at idling on the …

14 Best Onscreen Declarations of Love

At this lovely time of year, we're sighing and smiling over the many ways film characters bare their hearts for the ones they love. “When Love …

Hannah and Nate, Love and Hate: Gender in The Love Affairs of Nathaniel P.

It's almost been two weeks and I can't stop thinking about Nate. I don't want to think about him -- he's a slovenly, self-centered, smarmy ass who is just as likely to wake up next to last night's pizza crust on his pillow as he is to girl of his dreams, which he has managed to do twice in the last …

Feminism

10 Cold Weather Book and Music Pairings for Deep Thinkers

Reading a book while listening to music that relies heavily on a singer is a difficult challenge, as the lyrics that are being crooned or screamed …

Books

The Following is still a bad show about serial killers

The first five minutes of <i>The Following</i>’s second-season premiere, “Resurrection,” contain the Fox drama’s most human storytelling. Compared to the …

Will Gone Girl gain from a new ending?

Gillian Flynn has rewritten the ending of her thriller for the film version. I wonder which other books could do with a rethink<p>I am in two minds about the news that Gillian Flynn has rewritten the ending to Gone Girl, her thriller about Nick and Amy Dunne's horribly dark marriage, and Amy's …

17 Best Bromances In Literature

The 2000s have given us an entire new lingo, but one of our favorite words thus far has got to be "bromance." Who doesn't love a good pun (and WHAT a good pun!)?<p>The concept of a "bromance," however, is not revelatory or new. They've been occurring for ages (see: Homer). We've rounded up some of our …

Literature

In Anticipation of 'Girls': 5 Series That Got It Right the Third Time Out

In its sophomore outing, “Girls,” wunderkind Lena Dunham’s zeitgeisty HBO comedy, took a few hits. While it reached some moments of sublimity (the …

'A Very Old and Terrible Lie': Lone Survivor and Morality in a War Zone

“A true war story is never moral,” wrote author Tim O’Brien in his award-winning 1990 story collection <i>The Things They Carried</i>, based on his …

Fangirling Over Rainbow Rowell

A few weeks ago, I got my hands on a review copy of the new novel from Rainbow Rowell, <i>Fangirl</i>.<p>Released on September 10th, <i>Fangirl</i> tells the story of …

The 11 Most Influential Fictional Characters of 2013

The inmate hairstylist (played by Laverne Cox) was a fan-favorite on <i>Orange Is the New Black</i>—not just because of her biting one-liners (“Please is for …

The Best of 52 Books in 52 Weeks

So what seems like a million years ago I started this project to read 52 bestsellers in 52 weeks. Along the way, I've had a great group of readers reading along with me on Facebook and Goodreads. Recently, I asked them to let me know what their favorite reads this year were, and here are the …

From Shakespeare to Suzanne Collins: The Best Adaptations of 2013

With 2013 drawing to a close, we can’t help but feel a bit nostalgic for the year that was. From the splashy (“The Great Gatsby” and “Catching Fire”) …