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You Know It’s a Tim Burton Film IF…

Just in time for Halloween, we're taking a look at the Gothic Master - Tim Burton. In this video, let's explore the director trademarks that have defined his darkly colorful career (featuring Beetlejuice, Batman, Edward Scissorhands, The Nightmare Before Christmas and more).

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Breaking Bad’s El Camino: Ending Explained - Jesse’s Getaway

Let's talk about the ending of El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie. Jesse Pinkman (Aaron Paul) escapes at the end of the show, but he only becomes truly free at the end of the movie. In this video, we explore the deeper meaning of the movie - and help you catch all the easter eggs you might have missed.

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The Devil Wears Prada - Emily and a History of Workaholics

Thank God it's... a workday? Emily Charlton (Emily Blunt) was resident workaholic of The Devil Wears Prada -- and the forerunner of today's #TGIM culture. In this video, we're taking a deep look at the history of workaholics on screen and the roots of today's religion of work.

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Bridesmaids: Why Helen Has No Friends

Helen (Rose Byrne) is that woman you hate -- but also want to be. What's the problem of the Bridesmaids antagonist? Why is she incapable of getting what she really wants: friends?

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The Matrix Ending Explained: A Guide to Freeing Your Mind

The Matrix is far more than a sci-fi action classic - it's a practical guide to freeing your mind and fulfilling your potential, to becoming "The One" yourself. The Wachowskis ground-breaker - now celebrating its 20th anniversary - shows us how to follow the 7 steps of Neo's journey to Enlightenment.

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The Devil Wears Prada: Miranda Priestly - A Defense of Perfectionism

Is Miranda Priestly (Meryl Streep) actually "the devil" in The Devil Wears Prada? Is she wrong in trying to be perfect? Her pursuit of excellence actually makes her a role model for working women, and we can all use a touch of Miranda in our professional lives -- that is, of course, if you’re willing to pay the price of perfectionism.

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Legally Blonde and the History of the “Dumb Blonde”

A key mission of Legally Blonde's Elle Woods is fighting the bias against blondes -- in particular, the "dumb blonde" stereotype. But where does this stereotype come from? Let's all dig into the roots of the assumptions about blondes and find out what's really behind them.

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Sex and the City: The Puzzle of Mr. Big

We couldn't help but wonder... why Mr. Big? Why can't Carrie Bradshaw quit him? What does the choice of this rich, unattainable love object say about Sex and the City and its times? Let's solve this great crossword puzzle and see what Mr. Big truly represents.

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