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Film & Television

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In sprawling moments of quiet agony, Lila Neugebauer’s “Causeway” finds its most valuable state of being: intimacy.
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In sprawling moments of quiet agony, Lila Neugebauer’s “Causeway” finds its most valuable state of being: intimacy.
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Ultimately, all the banshees in Inisherin are tantalizing to follow, even as their wails resound as hollow and impenetrable.
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Ultimately, all the banshees in Inisherin are tantalizing to follow, even as their wails resound as hollow and impenetrable.
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By neutering the Rock’s charm and flooding his character in senseless plot soup, “Black Adam” creates a viewing experience akin to a hangover without the joy of getting drunk.
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By neutering the Rock’s charm and flooding his character in senseless plot soup, “Black Adam” creates a viewing experience akin to a hangover without the joy of getting drunk.
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“Aftersun” is an attentive, affecting actualization of this acknowledgement of a parent’s liminality. With every frame of her past she pores over, Sophie reaches across space and time in gentle understanding of her father’s own fragile becoming, even while reckoning with the debris he left behind.
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“Aftersun” is an attentive, affecting actualization of this acknowledgement of a parent’s liminality. With every frame of her past she pores over, Sophie reaches across space and time in gentle understanding of her father’s own fragile becoming, even while reckoning with the debris he left behind.
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“Ticket to Paradise” coasts on the couple’s swoon worthy meet-cute and Gede’s adorable dimples without much else.
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“Ticket to Paradise” coasts on the couple’s swoon worthy meet-cute and Gede’s adorable dimples without much else.
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The series opens with the fire and fury one might expect from a show with “dragon” in its title, yet it grows into something wildly unpredictable. It is, in many ways, one of the most triumphant debut seasons of a television program in recent memory. 
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The series opens with the fire and fury one might expect from a show with “dragon” in its title, yet it grows into something wildly unpredictable. It is, in many ways, one of the most triumphant debut seasons of a television program in recent memory. 
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“My Policeman” is nothing short of an aesthetic marvel, but it stumbles in dissecting the psyches of its leading characters.
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“My Policeman” is nothing short of an aesthetic marvel, but it stumbles in dissecting the psyches of its leading characters.
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Baumbach sculpts the script as a capsule of the past, putting character before plot to duck beneath low hanging fruit.
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Baumbach sculpts the script as a capsule of the past, putting character before plot to duck beneath low hanging fruit.
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“Decision to Leave” indulges in fluidity — in ever-shifting conceptions of others and the self.
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“Decision to Leave” indulges in fluidity — in ever-shifting conceptions of others and the self.
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As the Troubles of Northern Ireland finally come to an end, so too must the cheeky hijinks of Derry’s favorite gang of girls (and one annoyingly English boy).
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As the Troubles of Northern Ireland finally come to an end, so too must the cheeky hijinks of Derry’s favorite gang of girls (and one annoyingly English boy).
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