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Why Russian Doll Is the Best Thing on Netflix Right Now

Part sci-fi, part comedy/drama and part mystery, Russian Doll excels because it knows exactly what story it wants to tell and how to tell it.

by Binky Bee March 15, 2019
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Captain Marvel: Another Blockbuster, Another Bunch of Misogynist Haters

The release of Captain Marvel has unleashed a barrage of criticism by the usual misogynist haters.

by Mario Rustan, Columnist March 13, 2019
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Culture // Screen Raves
Mango Meter Bantu Penonton Kritik Film dengan Perspektif Feminis

Sebuah aplikasi ponsel yang dibuat sekelompok feminis berupaya mendorong industri film agar lebih ramah perempuan dan minoritas gender.

by Wulan Kusuma Wardhani, Reporter February 19, 2019
'One Day at A Time': The Great Series You're Probably Not Watching

Netflix's One Day at a Time may not be as flashy or popular as some of the other series, but the 30-minute long series is one you should not miss.

by Binky Bee April 25, 2018
Punk, Politics and Homosexuality in Coming of Age Norwegian Movie

It's 1989, the Berlin Wall is crumbling and so is communism across Eastern Europe. One boy is happily existing in the punk scene, until another boy enters the picture and threatens to unravel everything he has going.

by Ralka F. Skjerseth September 3, 2015
The Magical Musical

Here's a simple love story with a heart, without all the grandiose of a big Broadway production. And it could happen to you too!

by Elisa Sutanudjaja December 5, 2013
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Life According to Stephen Hawking

'Hawking', an inspiring personal journal of one of the world's most extraordinary minds, says our reviewer.

by Anita Rachman October 10, 2013
The Moving Tales of the Waria

In 'Tales of the Waria', American filmmaker Kathy Huang weaves intimate stories of four warias, the Indonesian word for transgender, in Makassar, South Sulawesi, and their complex romantic relationships.

by Ully Damari Putri September 23, 2013

When I was in London last summer, I was faced with a dilemma: If I only had time to see one musical, which one should it be? Google results with all the different choices and opinions only added to the dilemma. So I asked a prominent figure in the theater business whom I could access easily: The ticket box guy.

by Rio Rinaldo September 20, 2013