Exploring Spider-Man’s Sexuality?

“Why can’t we discover that Peter is exploring his sexuality? It’s hardly even groundbreaking! … So why can’t he be gay? Why can’t he be into boys?”

Andrew Garfield, on wanting Spider-Man to explore his sexuality in upcoming movies. (While we accept his request, we think it’s stupid. The webbed hero has been around for decades. Don’t just go switching up his story because you’ve been cast so Sony can keep the rights to the superhero. Please, Mr. Director, don’t make this a reality.)

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Mad Men season finale review part one: Don Draper hits bottom, really loves chocolate

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By Brandon James Smith

Sunday night's sixth season finale was the beginning of the end for Mad Men.

Creator Matthew Weiner has said the seventh season will be its last and that he's well aware of how it's going to end. After watching the appropriately titled “In Care Of,” I realized there's no reason for anyone to doubt him. The stage has been set. Much like the real-life psyche of the country back in 1968, every major character find themselves lost, at a crossroads, or both. As a country though, even in turmoil, we're resilient. And so are the characters of Mad Men.

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64th Primetime Emmy Predictions

It’s that time of year, dear readers. That’s right, award season! And how glorious it will be.

Nominees for the 64th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards were announced earlier this morning, and, well, I just have to go ahead and choose my picks. Continue reading

Movie Review, “Seeking a Friend for the End of the World”

How would you spend your last month on Earth?

For me, it would probably be rekindling the flames with old friends, seeking the loves lost and enjoying the time I had left with my family. For the fictional residents of the world in the movie “Seeking a Friend for the End of the World,” it was essentially that. Continue reading