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Mamma Mia!

Mamma Mia!

I’ve been cheated by films since I don’t know whe-e-n,

Ta-da-da-da-da; ta-da-da-da-da.

This one’s got one good point: it must come to an end.

Ta-da-da-da-da; ta-da-da-da-da.

Look at me now! Will I ever learn?

I don’t know who … thought Pierce Brosnan should sing in it.

How on earth could it not… be… shit?

One more smirk, and then I knew it would bomb,

One more scene and I’d a great need to vom’,

Oh-woah…
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A Teenage Pregnancy, Packaged as a Prime-Time Cautionary Tale

A Teenage Pregnancy, Packaged as a Prime-Time Cautionary Tale

No one seems to know for sure whether all those high school girls in Gloucester, Mass., had a secret pregnancy pact. But “The Secret Life of the American Teenager” must surely be the collective effort of an anti-pregnancy cabal.
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Female Agents

Female Agents

Four Frenchwomen put up a fine resistance in this Second World War tale. And despite every known war movie cliche, it’s still an exciting ride
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‘I like the way I look. I celebrate that. I don’t make excuses for it’

\'I like the way I look. I celebrate that. I don\'t make excuses for it\'

Charlize Theron hasn’t let her astonishing beauty stand in her way. From serial killers to dysfunctional mothers, Carole Cadwalladr meets a Hollywood pin-up happy to play ugly
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A Girl’s Life

A Girl’s Life

TO paraphrase Henry James: It’s a complex fate, being an American girl.
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