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A guilty pleasure enjoyed by many, reality television continuously stereotypes women as subordinate and rightfully objectified.
Samantha Swantek Sep 11, 2014
These American advertisement campaigns attempt a women's appeal, when they are actually creating the basis to turn them away.
Samantha Swantek Apr 11, 2014
This was so interesting! I really loved the party bus episode and you’ve shed a whole new light on it.
I loved your analysis and insight into the entire Hunger Games enigma. Peeta’s selection was definitely a turning point in the novel, as his personality perfectly juxtaposed that of Katniss. As for the arena, Katniss definitely had an advantage in the first games, but in the second the arena was more jungle-like and her natural hunter abilities were somewhat overshadowed.
I think that one of the challenges with an anthology series is living up to the previous season, as many viewers are likely to form attachments to favorite characters. However, this show gained such a following so quickly, that if they are able to maintain the hype of season one for the first few episodes of season two, it will be just as successful if not more. By the way, I love your insight into the show!!
Bale definitely should have gotten an Oscar for his role in American Psycho. He showed true versatility and continues to do so!
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