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Movies: 10 Top 10 movies you need to see on Netflix

With 48 million customers, Netflix’s streaming service has changed the way we watch movies. Every week I review movies, and a lot my friends still wait for my recommendations to trickle to Netflix.
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Movie review: “It Felt Like Love” coming-of-age story is both familiar and fresh

One of the biggest problems with the film industry’s gender gap — some estimates say female directors account for just 5 percent of films — is a lack of female perspective in the stories that are told.
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TV review: It doesn’t get any worse than “Black Box”

ABC’s new series, “Black Box,” is attempting to mash-up a handful of TV tropes we’ve seen before — medical drama plots, soap opera histrionics, a mental illness-plagued protagonist — and none of them work. “Black Box” is essentially the tale of brilliant neuroscientist Catherine Black (Kelly Reilly), who also suffers from bipolar disorder. Catherine is the leader in her field and even more gifted when she’s manic, but her disorder is ruining her life (and threatening her professional career).
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The List: Top 10 bears

The bear-themed decor at the new Columbus burger spot Bareburger (see review on Page 52) has us counting down our favorites, so please bear with us.
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Movies: 10 Top 10 movies you need to see on Netflix

With 48 million customers, Netflix’s streaming service has changed the way we watch movies. Every week I review movies, and a lot my friends still wait for my recommendations to trickle to Netflix.
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Staff Pick: “Finding Vivian Maier” is a portrait of an unsung artist

Some of my favorite documentaries tend to tell stories you wouldn’t believe if they weren’t true. “Finding Vivian Maier” is one such story.
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Movie review: “Dom Hemingway” is uneven, but Jude Law’s performance isn’t

If “Dom Hemingway” was a car, it would need to get its transmission fixed. It hums along for a while, but it’s clunky when it switches gears.
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Movie review: “Nymphomaniac: Vol. II” ends von Trier’s sexual opus

Four hours is a lot of time to spend in Lars von Trier’s head.
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The List: Top 10 fights we’d like to see

This week’s interview with Dan “Dragon” Spohn, who is competing for a UFC contract on “The Ultimate Fighter,” has us thinking of who we’d like to see face-off in a fight. Let’s ring the bell on these 10 killer bouts.
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TV review: “The Boondocks” is back after a long hiatus

It’s been nearly four years since “The Boondocks” was on television, and this will be the final season of the series. Unfortunately, creator Aaron McGruder isn’t involved with this season, which makes for uneven episodes. I screened the second and fourth episodes of Season 4 — it’s odd the premiere wasn’t made available — and while there are some good moments, something is missing.
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TV review: [Spoiler Alert] “Game of Thrones” is getting crazy

Through only two episodes, this season of “Game of Thrones” has already been epic. Season 3 was the best so far, but I’ve got an inkling Season 4 might exceed it. MAJOR TV SPOILERS — I HAVEN’T READ THE BOOKS — AHEAD. IF YOU HAVEN’T WATCHED THROUGH SUNDAY NIGHT’S EPISODE, STOP READING NOW.
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Stephen Colbert to replace David Letterman on Late Show

It's offically time to get excited for the new host of "Late Show"
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Movie review: “Draft Day” turns Browns frowns upside-down

When I asked my friend Dan if he wanted to join me for the new Kevin Costner movie about the Cleveland Browns, he declined saying, “They probably come out on top in the end, which would require me to suspend way too much disbelief.”
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