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Film & Television

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A harrowing piece of cinema, “Tár” is striking, for better or worse, for its concurrent instinct to confront and epitomize the ethos of prestige and transgression.
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A harrowing piece of cinema, “Tár” is striking, for better or worse, for its concurrent instinct to confront and epitomize the ethos of prestige and transgression.
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The script is so lazily written that every minute of the movie is chock-full of unintended laughs by the audience; on the other hand, there were so many laughs to be had that the movie was perversely enjoyable.
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The script is so lazily written that every minute of the movie is chock-full of unintended laughs by the audience; on the other hand, there were so many laughs to be had that the movie was perversely enjoyable.
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With “Till,” Chukwu transcends the confines of the biopic through her scrupulous shading of her characters, setting and sound, foregoing superficial bombast in favor of a quietude entrenched in substance.
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With “Till,” Chukwu transcends the confines of the biopic through her scrupulous shading of her characters, setting and sound, foregoing superficial bombast in favor of a quietude entrenched in substance.
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While “The Midnight Club” initially intrigues with a horror narrative following a cast of terminally ill patients, it unfortunately fumbles and falls flat compared to Flanagan’s previous works.
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While “The Midnight Club” initially intrigues with a horror narrative following a cast of terminally ill patients, it unfortunately fumbles and falls flat compared to Flanagan’s previous works.
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The movie is thickly coated in references to ‘90s era classics, from “Clueless” to “Mean Girls” to “10 Things I Hate About You.”
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The movie is thickly coated in references to ‘90s era classics, from “Clueless” to “Mean Girls” to “10 Things I Hate About You.”
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As is often the case with mainstream remakes, Amazon Studios’ watered-down execution was a painful-in-all-the-wrong-ways snoozefest.
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As is often the case with mainstream remakes, Amazon Studios’ watered-down execution was a painful-in-all-the-wrong-ways snoozefest.
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