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Choose Your Own Adventure: Why Netflix Needs to Stop Trying to Be TV

Netflix TV
ScreenCrush.com

What is TV these days? Is it that big hulking flat screen in your living room where you watch awards shows live with commercials? Is it the things that you download from iTunes or stream on Hulu and watch on your phone during your long commute? Is it the latest season of 'Game of Thrones' which you stole from a torrent site and consume in one long evening while eating pie with birds flying out of it? TV is all of these, but TV is certainly not Netflix. Still Netflix is dying to be TV, and that is a huge mistake.

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Loaded For Bare: Backstage at the Most Popular Male Strip Clubs in the World

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I used my debit card to withdraw $40 out of the ATM, which was, naturally, released to me in a stack of single dollar bills.

I wasn’t expecting a male strip club to be packed on a Wednesday evening, and it’s not: there were about 15 other women there, some in groups, and a few who were there on their own

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Who Should Play the Predator in the New Reboot?

Fox
Fox

Earlier on Tuesday, it was reported that 'Predator' -- a movie from the 1980s starring Arnold Schwarzenegger that spawned a few sequels -- will be rebooted and be directed by 'Iron Man 3' director Shane Black. Now, the Predator isn't an easy character to cast, but here at ScreenCrush HQ, we have a few ideas of who could now play this iconic role.

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Remembering the Phenomena of 1989′s ‘Batman’ 25 Years Later

Warner Bros.
Warner Bros.

‘Batman’ was a big enough moment in popular culture that, at one time, a perfectly reasonable sophomore in high school wanted to permanently attach a logo from a movie onto his only mode of transportation. And no other seemingly reasonable classmates of his were going to publicly disagree with this idea.

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Throw Your Hands In the Air and Wave ‘Em Like You Just Don’t Care: Could Swaying in Unison Be the Future of Cinema?

Audience Entertainment
Audience Entertainment

Barry Grieff wants to change the way we watch movies. He wants to save the movie theater experience. He wants to turn the passive moviegoer into an active participant. And to do so, he wants people to shimmy around in their seats, move together unison, and throw self-conscious embarrassment to the wind, all in the name of fun.

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11 Things You Definitely Already Know About Tim Burton’s ‘Batman’

Warner Bros.
Warner Bros.

Tim Burton's 'Batman' was released 25 years ago today. Here are 11 facts about 'Batman' that you definitely already know.

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Reel Women: ‘Venus in Fur’ Goes Meta in Dissecting Gender Dynamics

Venus in Fur Roman Polanski
Sundance Selects

Roman Polanski created a manic adaptation of 'Venus in Fur' in translating David Ives' acclaimed stage play to French and casting wife Emmanuelle Seigner alongside Mathieu Amalric. It's a verbose production that does more than merely meditate on gender dynamics; it explicitly and gleefully deconstructs them, if you can keep up with tantalizingly swift banter between its two stars.

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New Movie Releases — July 2014

Universal/20th Century Fox/Paramount
Universal/20th Century Fox/Paramount

Hold onto your butts! Summer is in full swing and the new movie release in July 2014 are packed with action, terror and plenty of big laughs (and a little heart, too, if you're into that kind of thing). Read on for our guide to the titles hitting theaters in July.

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Do All of Clint Eastwood’s Movies Really Look the Same? We Investigate

Clint Eastwood Movies Jersey Boys Investigation
Warner Bros. (2)/Universal

Over the past 12 years, with the help of his trusty director of photography, Tom Stern, Clint Eastwood helmed 11 films, a vast and rich filmography of features that spans time (from the late '20s to the contemporary era and just about everything in between), place (from Los Angeles to Iwo Jima, from South Africa to the Indian Ocean) and theme (hard-bitten historical bits to jazzy musicals). So why does every single one of those 11 pictures look exactly the same?

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Inside ‘Inside Out’: A Sneak Peek at Pixar’s Next Movie

Inside Out
Pixar

Since 2006's 'Cars' Pixar has pumped out a film a year, but production delays in 'The Good Dinosaur' mean that they're sitting out 2014, and the company is not used to taking this much time off. And so last night -- a year to the day before they release it -- director Pete Docter and producer Jonas Rivera presented a scene and the opening five minutes of 'Inside Out.'

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