Scarface – How The Al Pacino Gangster Film Became a Pop Culture Legend

Scarface – How The Al Pacino Gangster Film Became a Pop Culture Legend

(beep noise) – You’ll be happy. Me, I want what’s coming to me. – Oh, well what’s coming to you? – The world, Chico, and everything in it. – I loved Brian De Palma’s version of “Scarface” so much. It is one of these films that I can watch over and over again and never […]

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08 Politics, War, And The Monkees from “Why The Monkees Matter: Even 50 Years Later

In this case obviously you’ve read the lyrics. It’s some pretty amazing stuff to be on mainstream television in the middle of what was the beginning I should say of the Vietnam War and how it was affecting everybody. That’s very bold thing for anybody have to say which i think is amazing. Then there […]

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1910s American Pop Culture

1910s American Pop Culture

In the early 1900’s the Motion Picture Patents Company, a trust of elite film producers led by Thomas Edison, prevented new film makers from producing new movies. This was because the Motion Picture Patents Company owned many of the patents for filmmaking at the time. Desperate to find a solution, film makers and studios moved […]

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Everything You Missed In The ‘Birds Of Prey’ Trailer | Pop Culture Decoded

After months of colorful teasers and posters, Warner Bros. has finally dropped the first official trailer for “Birds of Prey.” From its references to the Joker to this adorable hyena, here’s everything you missed in the new trailer. The trailer begins with Harley Quinn announcing her breakup with the Joker. Harley: The Joker and I […]

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02 Rosanne’s Writing History from “Why The Monkees Matter: Even 50 Years Later – Dr. Rosanne Welch

First thing is a little bit of who I am. On television I wrote for Touched By An Angel, Beverly Hills 90210, and Picket Fences and ABC’s News Nightline. When I decided to get into academia and start writing first of all the Monkees book obviously but then I’ve written a lot of stuff about […]

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The Ending Of ‘Midsommar’ Explained | Pop Culture Decoded

The Ending Of ‘Midsommar’ Explained | Pop Culture Decoded

[Narrator] “Midsommar” is a horror movie about a Swedish festival gone very, very wrong. The film was written and directed by Ari Aster, the man behind 2018’s “Hereditary.” This follow-up is equally disturbing and just as baffling. Here are all of the symbols and hidden references in the movie, and how they relate to its […]

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Once Upon A Time In Hollywood Roundtable: Brad Pitt, Leonardo DiCaprio, More | Entertainment Weekly

Once Upon A Time In Hollywood Roundtable: Brad Pitt, Leonardo DiCaprio, More | Entertainment Weekly

Hello and welcome to this entertainment weekly round table for Quentin Tarantino’s ninth movie once upon a time in Hollywood My name is Clark Collis, I’m a senior writer at Entertainment Weekly magazine and it is my huge huge pleasure to be joined by writer director Quentin Tarantino and Three of its cast Margot Robbie […]

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Afrofuturism in popular culture: Wanuri Kahiu at TEDxNairobi

Afrofuturism in popular culture: Wanuri Kahiu at TEDxNairobi

Translator: Michael Wilson Reviewer: Denise RQ My talk [is] about Afrofuturism and the African. Afrofuturism is considered what speculative fiction, myths, legends, science fiction, and the stories of that genre are to African Americans, Africa, Africa of the Diaspora, and black people in general. What Denenge Akpem refers it to is what blackness looks like […]

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READY PLAYER ONE : FILM DE POP CULTURE PAR EXCELLENCE ? [SPOILERS] – LES CRITIQUES CRITIQUABLES

y’a une bonnasse en train… ahhh ! délire ! putain je vais pouvoir ken et tout maintenant ! woh la VR c’est quand même cool bon allez, je vais me faire un porno salut à toi cinéphile de l’extrême et bienvenue pour cette nouvelle critique critiquable où je vais te parler du nouveau spielberg si […]

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World Cinema – Part 1: Crash Course Film History #14

News flash: the world’s a big place. WHAT!?!?! Huh! And humans have been making films in almost every corner of it for more than a hundred years. While Hollywood dominated the global film market in its first six or seven decades, lots of profoundly influential film movements arose all over the world. Now, there’s way […]

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