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‘Challengers’ Review: Luca Guadagnino’s Zendaya-Led Dramedy About Love And Rivalry Across The Tennis Court

In Challengers, Luca Guadagnino serves up a film that is as much about the volleys of human emotion as it is about the physical...

Joe Biden Rounds The Bases At Trump’s Expense In Softball Univision Interview

The contrast between Donald Trump on Univision last year and Joe Biden on Univision Tuesday was night and day, but the result was still...

‘Things Will Be Different’ Review: A Time-Travel Thriller With A Twist – Overlook Film Festival

If 2024 is the year American voters will experience a sense of déjà vu at the ballot box, it’s also likely to go down...

‘Monkey Man’ Review: A Disappointing Directorial Debut

Movie Rule #28: Never directly reference a movie that is superior to the one we are watching.Dev Patel’s disappointing directorial debut Monkey Man breaks this rule...

‘The First Omen’ Review: The Devil Is In The Details In Gory Nun’s Story Prequel To 1976 Original

I am not sure the world asked for yet another take on 20th Century Fox’s Omen franchise, the constantly regurgitated series with Damien...

‘The Beautiful Game’ Review: Bill Nighy Brings Heart And Soul To Inspiring Film Focused On Second Chances For Soccer Team Of Homeless Players

Coming off a well-deserved first-ever Oscar nomination, Bill Nighy has a new worthwhile movie to add to his highly impressive filmography. The Beautiful Game...

‘Walking Dead’s Danai Gurira On Tonight’s ‘Ones Who Live’ Finale, Reunions, Renewal & Redemption

SPOILER ALERT: This article contains details of tonight’s The Walking Dead: The Ones Who Live Season 1 finale. “There was always something about the connection...

‘The Who’s Tommy’ Broadway Review: Still A Sensation

Certainly one definition of great music might include an ability to meet the present – and the future – head-on and come out unbruised,...

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