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Our guide through the rainforest leads barefoot. She snaps bamboo shoots from the trailside and whittles them to make toys as we switchback up the mountainside.
“So, Obama o Trump?”
It’s the first English I’ve heard my Cuban taxi driver, Alex, utter with any confidence.
Lab-grown meats may come with their own peculiar set of psychological stumbling blocks, but they may also be essential to preserving our health—and our planet.
'It’s probably one of the most life-changing experiences that I have had.'
The unique cinematic achievements of ‘Jaws’ remains as brilliantly realized today as it did forty years ago.
Customers may enter Mashiko in West Seattle expecting the same rolls they’d find at any other sushi bar across the nation.
A handmade stop-motion aesthetic that only seems fitting for such a personal story of childhood.
Extra work pays off in films that use old-fashioned practical effects to score their best scares.