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Elizabeth Grunewald discusses film and TV.

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So superhero movies are enjoying their day in the sun. Why is that day today?

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It doesn't seem like a difficult question, but you'd be surprised.

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Batman, can you save some of that chicken soup for me?

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Hollywood is rebooting brand-new franchises. Why don't they take a crack at something that hasn't yet been made?

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We say it every time an adaptation is filmed. Why is it so?

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My grandmother just wouldn't understand.

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It can be lonely being a nerd, but there are others out there who share your peculiar passions. I promise.

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Buffy the Vampire Slayer may not have been perfect, but it's awfully close.

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Exploring a little-used trope, for better or worse.

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Those films do much more than just make scads of money.

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You have to bring something to the potluck; why not bring something relevant?

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Streaming television at our own place is going to result in better programming; just you wait and see.

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Does your answer to this question say anything about you as a person? In today's conclusion, it's Star Trek's turn, and Elizabeth answers the question that started it all.

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Does your answer to this question say anything about you as a person? Today: examining the Star Wars fan. (Not personally, as a type. Come on.)

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The higher they fly, the harder we hate them later. Why are we still so in love with Nathan Fillion?