Tracey Thompson

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In her spare time, when she’s not crying over her love for Mr. Darcy, Tracey Thompson watches a lot of films. She decided to put her favorite pastime to use. As Germ’s film reviewer, she’s taking her opinions of the silver screen, and posting them on the little thing known as the interweb. In the meantime, if you ever have a yearning to talk about Wes Anderson, French New Wave, Alex Turner’s hair, or all things Salinger, you can reach her at tracey@germmagazine.com.

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Peter Parker (Andrew Garfield) is at it again in the second installment of The Amazing Spiderman series, directed by Marc Webb. (I swear I’m not lying...

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