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#246 February 18, 2015

Sheila writes: The Oscars are only days away. Will you all be watching? What are your favorites to win? Any film/actor/director you feel like should have been nominated and wasn't? Regardless, the Oscars are always good for vigorous film conversation, and the contributors at voted in a poll, picking what we all thought should win in the various main categories. The results are being posted all this week in our ongoing feature: If We Picked the Winners. You can check out the Table of Contents here. Keep checking, as more will be added as the week goes on.

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Five dumbest arguments against gender diversity. Why Louis C.K. is wrong about Common Core; Alfonso Cuarón's questions for Mexico's president; The relevance of 'Her'; The case for why Johnny Depp is overrated.

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Art and improvement; Vampires on film; Philippines censor board makes a wholesome request; An interview with Jackie Robinson's pen pal; Completed movies that have yet to be released.

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Tilda Swinton, interviewed; The story behind "Boy With Appple"; Analyzing how rape is depicted in television; "Poptimism" and music criticism; Thoughtful reflections on Roger Ebert.

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