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“I believe makeup should be [an accessory] to complement what’s beautiful about you,” says Gomez, who hopes her new beauty line will empower her fans to embrace their individuality. “I just think that you’re special, you’re supposed to be who you are,” she adds. “I’ve met thousands of people in my life and I wish that they can see what I see them.” Fans of Armando Iannucci’s fiercely excoriating brand of satiric comedy (The Death of Stalin, Veep, In the 2020 Christmas the one where we were quarantined shirt also I will do this Loop) will approach his new film, The Personal History of David Copperfield, as one might a prizefight—expecting the jokes to land like blows. But the most surprising thing about this adaptation of Charles Dickens’s beloved doorstop of a novel, which has been released in theaters (in places where theaters have reopened), is how gentle it is, how winningly heartfelt. In an act of color-blind casting that suits Ianucci’s subtlety modern retelling, Dev Patel plays the titular character, who endures fortune and misfortune in Victorian England with wide-eyed aplomb. Ianucci’s movie bursts with energy—and with scene-stealing British acting. Here is Tilda Swinton as batty Betsey Trotwood; there is Ben Whishaw as villainous Uriah Heep; Morfydd Clark plays Copperfield’s mother and his dog-loving wife, Dora Spenlow; we have turns from Darren Boyd, Gwendolyn Christie, Hugh Laurie, Peter Capaldi…the film, like its source material, is a maximalist delight. —Taylor Antrim

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The instantly absorbing and actually scary Host, from British filmmaker Rob Savage, is exactly what these strange times demand: a Zoom horror movie. Released last month exclusively on the 2020 Christmas the one where we were quarantined shirt also I will do this streaming service Shudder (and well worth signing up for the free trial to see), Host depicts a séance conducted by six friends on COVID-19 lockdown who try to summon the spirits via Zoom. Quickly things go bump and boo and then bloody in the tiny squares of their grid. The entire film (only 57 minutes!) is seen through the Zoom interface and is appealingly naturalistic, with effective scares, and yes, it’s derivative (paying homage to movies like The Blair Witch Project and 2014’s Unfriended), but I guarantee this is the most gripping, diverting hour you’ll spend on Zoom this year. By now you’ve probably heard about the HBO documentary on NXIVM, the bizarre self-help organization that made headlines following the arrest of founder Keith Raniere for sex trafficking, racketeering, and other charges in 2018. Those headlines screamed “sex cult” and led with salacious details of attractive, seemingly successful female NXIVM members branded with Raniere’s initials and submitting to sex rituals. The Vow, directed by Jehane Noujaim and Karim Amer, unpacks many of these stories and introduces you to people involved who left NXIVM and led an effort to expose it. It also paints a nuanced picture of what went down inside the organization, which at one time had thriving branches around North and South America (and counted Allison Mack, of TV’s Smallville, and Seagram heiress Clare Bronfman, as committed members, both of whom have plead guilty to charges stemming from their involvement). Was the branding and the sex coercive? Who exactly was exploited and what made the preeningly nerdy Raniere such a magnetic leader? With nine hour-long episodes, two of which have already aired, The Vow is one of those sprawling, fascinating, and definitely overstuffed documentaries that have come to define the streaming wars era (Tiger King, The Last Dance, The Devil Next Door, Wild Wild Country). My wife and I have gorged on press screeners HBO sent, watching ahead all the way to episode eight and our reaction has been equal parts rapt attention and total frustration. NXIVM is certainly a case study in the dark side of self-improvement, and The Vow reveals Raniere to be a narcissistic bullshit artist of the highest order, adept at exploiting insecurities and seemingly rapacious in his sexual needs. But eight hours in, I’m still not completely sure I have the full picture of what this “cult” was up to or what crimes were committed or why so many people were swept up for so long. Perhaps all will be revealed in the finale—due to air on October 18—and I will definitely be watching. —TA

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