Marsha McCreadie

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  • And you've been thinking well-hung was a compliment. Turns out it's the key to culinary perfection for steak. Because the more rapidly an animal gets draped upside down after being slaughtered, the more succulent the taste. So says Steak:...

  • Traditional coming-of-age films like A Borrowed Identity don't often come from Israel, which is one of the film's points. There, youth is fast-forwarded away, especially if you're an Arab, like gifted child Eyad (Razi Gabareen), burdened...

  • 1 month ago | Film and TV

    “Ireland is the old sow that eats her farrow,” declared Stephen Dedalus in A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man. In the case of Jimmy Gralton, she took bites and spat him out a couple times. It’s tempting to say some people never learn, but, as...

  • "Ireland is the old sow that eats her farrow," declared Stephen Dedalus in A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man. In the case of Jimmy Gralton, she took bites and spat him out a couple times. It's tempting to say some people never...

  • With Testament of Youth, our collective poppy-strewn dream imagery of a decimated generation of the gallant young men of WWI -- and their noble horses too -- might undergo a sea change. Alicia Vikander (Ex Machina), simultaneously...

  • "She climbs trees when we're not looking," warns a priest about the feral female lead of Marie's Story. She hangs upside down from them, too.

    Based on historical figure Marie Heurtin, deaf and blind from birth, Marie's Story...

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