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Alicia M. Cohn
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Lois Lane wanna-be.
Lois Lane wanna-be.

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The World and Everything In It features my review of The Martian today: 
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I liked "The Martian." There, that review was easy.
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Dark Places wants to be a movie about forgiveness. My review:
Dark Places
Dark Places
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Is Amy Schumer the modern Nora Ephron?
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San Andreas: The movie you will only see because The Rock is in it and The Rock is AWESOME. Here's my review.
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Catch me at #DenverComicCon  this weekend dressed as #BlackWidow, Hulk's Mash in hand. What goes better with superheroes than Colorado craft beer? 
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I covered the Stanley Film Festival in Estes Park last weekend and wrote about Elijah Wood, the writer of "Saw," ghost stories, "The Shining," and condoms: 
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I would watch Will Smith in anything, but "Focus" is not actually a great movie.
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Focus
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I talked to Apollo Robbins about Will Smith, Margot Robbie, and the art of managing attention. In a portion of the interview that didn't make the article, he also told me women generally have a better aptitude for the nuances of attention in a social dynamic. 

"I'll give you an example," he told me. "If she’s sitting at a nightclub or a bar and a guy looks at [her], something a woman might do without even consciously thinking about it is focus on a point, a wall or somebody else. And if that guy looks at her then bounces off her gaze and tracks what she was looking at, she now knows if he was interested to a level because of where his sight line follows her to see what she was interested in. Gentlemen don’t pick up on that generally. They have to be trained to do that." 
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