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In the October 19 newsletter:
A Succession power ranking, a celebration of 20 years of Mulholland Drive, and a look at the return of the NBA big man.
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The 2021-22 NBA Entrance Survey

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Awards predictions, NBA Finals picks, the most intriguing teams and players, and more.

[The NBA season is upon us! Join our staff as they take a look at what's ahead.]

Succession Season 3 Power Rankings, Week 1: The Revolution Begins

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Fresh off his shocking press conference at the end of Season 2, does Kendall hold all the cards?

[Join Andrew Gruttadaro as he power-ranks the cast of Succession for Season 3, Week 1.]

Big Men Control the Balance of Power in the NBA Again

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The heyday of low-post scorers may be long gone, but Anthony Davis and Giannis Antetokounmpo have evolved what it means to be a center and become the ultimate trump card in the title race.

[Jonathan Tjarks looks at the reemergence of the NBA big man.]

Mulholland Drive Is Still David Lynch’s Crowning Achievement

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Twenty years after the release of the director’s gloriously specific and frustrating masterpiece, it stands as an unparalleled, idiosyncratic work of cinema.

[In honor of its 20th anniversary, Adam Nayman gives us 20 reasons that Mulholland Drive stands the test of time.]

Ranking All the Good Bad Haircuts in The Last Duel

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Ridley Scott’s period drama is immaculately rendered—except for the hairstyles. Those things are in a world of their own.

[Kate Halliwell is back to rank some more period piece hairstyles.]

“It's no longer your film.”
—Vincenzo Castiliane, Mulholland Drive
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