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Why our dislikes should be celebrated as much as our likes

By Jonathan Gray, Professor of Media and Cultural Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison
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Millions might tune into the Oscars every year, but I’m always interested in the Razzies, which recognize spectacular cinematic underachievement.

I’m not the only one who thinks dislikes can be every bit as interesting as likes, either: While the internet and social media are full of praise for fandoms and stans, there’s a deep well of content honoring

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