“Page One” and the two kinds of authenticity in print news

“Page One” and the two kinds of authenticity in print news

“Page One: Inside The New York Times” certainly holds true to its title. From the very first scene, it thrusts viewers literally inside the physical production and distribution process of the paper, while the rest of the movie shows the inside of the production of content. The documentary follows arguably the most iconic figure The New York Times has ever seen, giving an intimate look at the people behind the headlines.

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The Importance of Wardrobe in "The Abominable Bride"

The Importance of Wardrobe in "The Abominable Bride"

I noticed something when I was going through screencaps of BBC Sherlock's 2015 Christmas special "The Abominable Bride"  a couple of days after it aired. When I was picking out caps of Victorian Holmes and Watson’s carriage ride post-first plane scene, I found one that stuck out to me: Because for half of a second, Watson was not Watson. Watson was actually John.

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Queerbaiting and Why BBC Sherlock Isn't "Just a Show"

Queerbaiting and Why BBC Sherlock Isn't "Just a Show"

Of all the godawful things that went wrong in Sherlock series 4, the most infuriating is how they completely "no homo"-ed the relationship they had built between Sherlock and John, despite much of it being very not "no homo." That, my friends, is called queerbaiting—one of the worst and most offensive things a creator can do to the LGBTQIA+ community.

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