By Jeff Ames
Aaron’s love affair with Ezri, while pragmatically touching, appears to come about more as a means to ignite the fires (or rebel) from societal standards then to derive genuine affection.
Clive James Proves That Great Literature Is Not Dead
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Tom Cruise Teaches the Genre What Action Is All About With 'Mission Impossible - Rogue Nation'
The Media Circus Begins in ‘Best of Enemies’
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Mark Springer: The Watching Bird / The Rip Rig and Panic Piano Solos
'Tangerines' Is a Passionate Plea for Diplomacy and Coexistence
"The Fall raises questions about the self and personal identity by considering how an artificial intelligence governs itself.