The cross-century contrasts in behavior and dress are adapted well in Starz’s Outlander, but one big change to draw in viewers misses the mark.
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Diana Gabaldon’s 1991 bestseller Outlander has finally been adapted to the small screen. The “romance” is secondary to the engaging plot and characters.
The Hobby Lobby decision is just the most recent case of the Supreme Court’s tendency to anger many citizens. That history goes back to the beginning of the nation.
Marvel Studios has turned obscure characters into beloved moneymakers in the past, but producing Guardians of the Galaxy was a huge risk. It’s time to stop doubting Marvel.
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Pro wrestling seems to move in 10-year cycles. An era defined by bland characters and beach bodies is ending. Will the new era be different, and who will lead?
The price of hops could skyrocket, sending shivers down the spines of craft-brew enthusiasts. If you’re not an I.P.A. fan, ease your way into the hoppy end of the pool.
Binge watching a compelling TV series can feel a lot like tearing through a page-turning novel. It also creates a new relationship with the material.
Legendary Pictures has consistently proved to be a failure at creating compelling action stories. Nerd/Wise calls out Zack Snyder and the entire company.
The granddaughter of Bill Finger, Batman’s uncredited co-creator, spoke exclusively with Curiata.com about Finger’s legacy and the fight for recognition.