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Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Apr 23, 2024

‘Boy Kills World': See Bill Kill. Kill, Bill, Kill!
Forget the psycho clowns and evil aristocrats — Bill Skarsgard tests his action-hero skills in cartoonish revenge flick determined to become a cult movie or die tryin'

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Apr 20, 2024

10 Very Important Things I Learned From Watching ‘Rebel Moon: Part 2 — The Scargiver'
Because even unwatchable sequels to messy space sagas have a few takeaways, right?

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Apr 19, 2024

‘Abigail' Is Scary, Gory, and a Fresh-Blood Transfusion of Vampire-Ballerina Fun
The 'Scream' team whips up a thrill ride in which kidnappers suddenly find themselves dealing with a bloodsucker run amuck

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Apr 18, 2024

Why Does ‘The Jinx Part 2' Exist at All?
Filmmaker Andrew Jarecki's doc on convicted murderer Robert Durst was a true-crime landmark. This sequel is just a dead end

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Apr 18, 2024

‘The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare': How a Dirty Half-Dozen Inglorious Bastards Won WWII
Guy Ritchie's throwback men-on-a-mission adventure couldn't be more violent, more derivative — or more of a blast to watch

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Apr 17, 2024

‘Under the Bridge' Examines a True Crime From Every Viewpoint — Except the One That Matters
'Killers of the Flower Moon' actor Lily Gladstone and Riley Keough star in a drama about the IRL murder of a Canadian teen in the 1990s

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Apr 11, 2024

‘Sasquatch Sunset': What's Hairy, Horny and Puts Its Best Bigfoot Forward?
Filled with grunts, fart jokes and more Sasquatch sex than you can imagine, this deadpan character study of missing links gives Gen-Z its own 'Quest for Fire'

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Apr 11, 2024

‘Sasquatch Sunset': What's Hairy, Horny, and Puts Its Best Bigfoot Forward?
Filled with grunts, fart jokes, and more Sasquatch sex than you can imagine, this deadpan character study of missing links gives Gen Z its own Quest for Fire

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Apr 10, 2024

‘The Sympathizer' Turns a Bestseller Adaptation Into a TV Tour de Force
HBO's take on the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel about an undercover agent during the Vietnam war is wickedly funny, deeply moving — and features a lot of Robert Downey Jr.

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Apr 10, 2024

‘Fallout': How to Succeed in the Postapocalypse Without Really Trying
Amazon's adaptation of the fan-favorite franchise is better than you'd think it'd be — and still gets lost in the RPG-to-TV translation

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Apr 05, 2024

‘Girls State' Revisits Faux-Government Program From the Female Perspective. It's Not Pretty
Filmmakers behind 'Boys State' turn their cameras on camp's female counterpart, at the exact moment that women's rights come under fire from the Supreme Court

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Apr 05, 2024

‘Sugar' Gives You a Sweetly Hardboiled Colin Farrell and One Sour WTF Twist
The Oscar-nominated actor is an old-fashioned private detective chasing down a missing woman in L.A. — until an 'Oh noir, you didn't!' left turn spoils everything

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Apr 04, 2024

‘Scoop': The Story Behind One Royal Bombshell of an Interview
A recreation of how a BBC news program staged that infamous Prince Andrew interview is no 'All the President's Men' — but it does make you appreciate a good talent booker

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Apr 04, 2024

‘Ripley' Lets the Talented Mr. Andrew Scott Lead an Incredible Remake
The Actor Formerly Known as 'Fleabag's Hot Priest' and Oscar-winner Steve Zaillian do justice to Patricia Highsmith's criminal anti-hero — and give us one of the best shows of the year

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Apr 03, 2024

‘Housekeeping for Beginners' Asks: So What Is a Family, Anyway?
North Macedonia's submission for last year's Oscars follows a LGBTQ collective forced to keep their ranks together after a mother becomes terminally ill

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Apr 01, 2024

‘Steve! (Martin)' Revisits the Heyday of a Wild and Crazy Comedian
Morgan Neville's two-part documentary charts how a kid from Orange County became one of the most successful and influential comics of all time — then settled into being a mild and happy legend

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 30, 2024

‘La Chimera': Josh O'Connor Digs His Own Grave — and Comes Back a Star
The former 'Crown' actor officially starts his leading-man phase with this moody, magical-realist story of a tomb raider chasing a lost love

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 29, 2024

‘A Gentleman in Moscow': Ewan McGregor Gets Stuck in a Four-Star Purgatory
Showtime limited series — about a Russian count imprisoned in a luxury hotel — starts as a literary adaptation and turns into a prestige-TV hangout drama

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 28, 2024

‘Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire': Big Monsters Get Angry, Yadda Yadda Yadda
Cinema's most famous lizard and monkey team up to fight a common enemy, while you wonder why a blockbuster universe featuring two iconic creatures feels so empty and by-the-numbers

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Mar 28, 2024

‘Diarra From Detroit' Is a Murder Mystery, a Romance, a Comedy — and a Star-Making Showcase
Creator-star Diarra Kilpatrick crafts one hell of an entertaining cross-hybrid series about a teacher from the Motor City who investigates the sudden disappearance of a date

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Mar 27, 2024

‘Wicked Little Letters' Is Reason No. 347 That Olivia Colman Is a National Treasure
The British actor virtually strolls away with this droll comedy about a small English town plagued with a profane poison-pen letter writer

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Mar 26, 2024

How a Wild Romanian Comedy Nails Our 21st-Century Doomscroll-Apocalypse Vibe
Do Not Expect Too Much From the End of the World turns a gig-economy worker/part-time TikTok troll into a tour guide of society's downward spiral

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Mar 22, 2024

‘Shirley': Regina King Gives Us the Queen of Underdog Political Campaigns
Revisiting Shirley Chisholm's 1972 campaign to be the Democratic nominee for president, this biopic gives the Oscar winner a chance to flex — and pays tribute to a disruptor

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Mar 21, 2024

It's Officially Time to Stop Calling the ‘Ghostbusters'
'Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire' puts the franchise on very thin ice — and suggests that this may be the moment to gracefully retire this IP for good

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 20, 2024

‘Immaculate': Sydney Sweeney's Catholic Horror Movie is Pure Nunsense
The 'Euphoria' star hits every station of the grindhouse cross in this passionately ridiculous take on religious orders. Just make sure you stick around for the end.

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 19, 2024

‘Palm Royale' Is a Waste of A-List Talent — and Your Precious Time
Kristen's Wiig's comedy about a desperate, wannabe socialite in 1960s Florida is a perfect storm of Bad TV

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Mar 18, 2024

‘In Restless Dreams' May Be the Definitive Paul Simon Documentary
What started as a making-of chronicle of 2023's 'Seven Psalms' album gets supersized into a two-part look back at one of America's greatest modern songwriters

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 15, 2024

‘The Animal Kingdom' Asks: What If Humans Suddenly Switched Species?
Part dystopian nightmare and part PETA-friendly plea for tolerance, this French thriller charts a pandemic that turns people into animals

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Mar 15, 2024

‘Civil War' Imagines America's Worst-Case Scenario Right Around the Corner
Alex Garland presents a USA at war with itself, in which ordinary citizens take up arms against one another and blood runs in the streets. No, it's not a documentary — yet

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Mar 15, 2024

‘Civil War' Imagines America's Worst-Case-Scenario Right Around the Corner
Alex Garland presents a USA at war with itself, in which ordinary citizens take up arms against each other and blood runs in the streets. No, it's not a documentary — yet.

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Mar 13, 2024

‘The Fall Guy' Is a Tribute to Stunt Performers — and Movie Stars
This adaptation of the 1980s TV show has car chases, explosions, fights and other action-movie staples. But all it really needs is Ryan Gosling and Emily Blunt.

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Mar 13, 2024

‘Apples Never Fall' Is the Latest Example of a Bigger Problem: A-List Emmy-Bait
It's another starry cast (Annette Bening, Sam Neill, Alison Brie) in another literary adaptation that ends up being another pointless prestige project fishing for awards

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 12, 2024

New Netflix Doc Asks If Putin Restarted the Cold War — Or If It Ever Ended in the First Place
'Turning Point: The Bomb and the Cold War' talks with everyone from Daniel Ellsberg to Volodymyr Zelenskyy about Russia's power, and what it could mean for the world

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Mar 12, 2024

‘Monkey Man': Welcome to the Action-Movie Pantheon, Dev Patel
The 'Slumdog Millionaire' actor wrote, produces, directs and stars in this bloody, punch-drunk tale of payback that remakes him as a next-gen ass-kicker

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 10, 2024

‘Babes' Turns New Motherhood Into One Long, Funny, Gross Raunch-Com
Cowritten by 'Broad City's Ilana Glazer and directed by Pamela Adlon, this proudly vulgar and brutally honest comedy aims to be the 'Bridesmaids' of babymaking

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 09, 2024

‘Road House' Is One Bloody-Knuckled Joy Ride of a Remake
Update of the Patrick Swayze '80s cult classic is twice as goofy, three times as violent and a solid tribute to the art of bodily harm

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 09, 2024

‘3 Body Problem' Is One Great Big Miss
'Game of Thrones' creator David Benioff and D.B. Weiss return to adapt an equally dense literary source — Cixin Liu's 'Remembrance of Earth's Past' — and fail to crack the code

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 08, 2024

‘Boarders' Isn't Trying to Reinvent the Prep School Drama. It Doesn't Need To
British series about five Black students given scholarships to an elite academy may be familiar — but it's also a stellar example of what's great about this genre

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 08, 2024

‘Boarders' Isn't Trying to Reinvent the Prep School Drama. It Doesn't Need To.
British series about five Black students given scholarships to an elite academy may be familiar — but it's also a stellar example of what's great about this genre

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 07, 2024

‘Damsel': Millie Bobby Brown Is Your New Mother of Dragons
The 'Stranger Things' star doesn't need a knight in shining armor to save her from fire-breathing beasts, thank you very much

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 04, 2024

Oscars 2024 Predictions: Who Will Win, Who Should Win
Get your Oscar-pool sheets ready! Our picks for who's going home with some gold on March 10th — and who we'd like to see win

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 01, 2024

‘Problemista' Reminds You Why Tilda Swinton Is God
Writer, director and actor Julio Torres' semi-autobiographical comedy may be all about millennial angst and the gig economy blues — but it's really a showcase for its Karen-on-steroids villain

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Feb 29, 2024

‘The Regime' Drops Kate Winslet's Ruthless Dictator Into Toothless Political Satire
HBO's limited series about an unhinged European autocrat that's part Putin, part Trump aims for the jugular and can barely hit the funny bone

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Feb 28, 2024

‘American Conspiracy: The Octopus Murders' Examines Journalist's Tragic Death, Perils of Sleuthing
The Netflix docuseries attempts to uncover the truth behind Danny Casolaro's death and sprawling conspiracy web surrounding him

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Feb 28, 2024

‘Elsbeth' Wants To Be the Next ‘Columbo.' It Nearly Succeeds
CBS spinoff of 'The Good Wife' drops a brilliant, eccentric lawyer into a TV detective procedural, because why not?

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Feb 28, 2024

‘Elsbeth' Wants to Be the Next ‘Columbo.' It Nearly Succeeds.
CBS spinoff of 'The Good Wife' drops a brilliant, eccentric lawyer into a TV detective procedural, because why not?

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 27, 2024

‘Shogun' Gives a Classic TV Miniseries a ‘Game of Thrones'-Level Makeover
Forget the 1980 white-savior version starring Richard Chamberlain — FX/Hulu's redo of James Clavell's novel shifts the focus and ups the scale. It's terrific.

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Feb 23, 2024

‘Drive-Away Dolls': Ethan Coen's Queer Buddy Comedy Is a Car-Wreck
'The Big Lebowski' co-director delivers a mix of sex, violence, gangsters, idiots, and two best friends on a road trip — with no one behind the wheel

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Feb 22, 2024

Did We Really Need Netflix's Live-Action ‘Avatar: The Last Airbender'?
Not really — but it's respectful enough to remind the cartoon's fans why they loved this world in the first place

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Feb 21, 2024

‘Dune: Part Two' Is Bigger, Bolder — and Yes, Even Better — Than Part One
A tougher Timothée Chalamet. Way more Zendaya. A truly psychotic Austin Butler, a moody Florence Pugh and twice as many sandworms. This is what a true sci-fi epic looks like

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 20, 2024

‘Constellation': In Space, No Can Hear You Snore
Apple TV's sci-fi thriller brings astronaut Noomi Rapace home to an eerily offbeat Earth — and reminds you some TV shows should just be a movie

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Feb 20, 2024

‘Constellation': In Space, No One Can Hear You Snore
Apple TV's sci-fi thriller brings astronaut Noomi Rapace home to an eerily offbeat Earth — and reminds you some TV shows should just be a movie

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Feb 17, 2024

‘Einstein and the Bomb' Hits What ‘Oppenheimer' Left Out
The new Netflix documentary blends dramatized scenes and real footage to tell the story of the theoretical physicist's complicated relationship with the atomic bomb

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Feb 15, 2024

‘Life & Beth': Amy Schumer's Semi-Autobiographical Comedy Returns Better Than Ever
Second season of Schumer's Hulu series doubles down on the guest stars — and levels up on the humor and pathos in a big way

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Feb 15, 2024

‘Life & Beth': Amy Schumer's Semi-Autobiographical Comedy Returns, Better Than Ever
Second season of Schumer's Hulu series doubles down on the guest stars — and levels up on the humor and the pathos in a big way

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Feb 15, 2024

Was Her Family Member the Zodiac Killer? ‘The Truth About Jim' Follows One Woman's Quest for Answers
Accused rapist Jim Mordecai's family concede he was horrific as dark secrets are revealed, but one female member, a sexual assault surviver herself, suspects his wrath was even more notorious

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Feb 14, 2024

Cynthia Erivo Is the Reason You Need to See ‘Drift'
What the British actor is doing in this drama about a woman dealing with trauma and left wandering in a strange land is nothing short of miraculous

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Feb 13, 2024

‘Madame Web' Isn't As Bad As You've Heard. It's So Much Worse
Dakota Johnson's Spidey-adjacent misadventure — about a paramedic with arachnid-based psychic powers — is the 'Cats' of superhero movies

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Feb 13, 2024

‘Madame Web' Isn't as Bad As You've Heard. It's So Much Worse.
Dakota Johnson's entry into the MCU — about a paramedic with arachnid-based psychic powers — is the 'Cats' of superhero movies

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Feb 09, 2024

‘The Taste of Things' Is the Best Food Porn Movie of the Year
France's submission to this year's Oscars — a ravishing drama about a romance between a gourmand and a cook — will leave you hungry and swooning

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Feb 09, 2024

‘The Taste of Things' Is the Best Food-Porn Movie of the Year
France's submission to this year's Oscars — a ravishing drama about a romance between a gourmand and a cook — will leave you hungry and swooning

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Feb 09, 2024

How One Lonely Man's Online Date Turned Into a Bloody Nightmare
Netflix's true crime doc Lover, Stalker, Killer will make you think twice about online dating

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Feb 08, 2024

‘Bob Marley: One Love' Gives Us a Reggae Icon Minus the Rebel Soul
Covering a transformative two-year period for the legend, this perfectly functional look at the musical legend never really catches fire

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Feb 08, 2024

‘One Day': Netflix's Time-Travel Romance Will Leave You Frustrated
But leads Leo Woodall (The White Lotus) and Ambika Mod (This Is Going to Hurt) make for a very appealing couple that's easy to root for

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Feb 07, 2024

‘Lisa Frankenstein' Will Make You Miss Tim Burton. A Lot.
This curiously flat-lining comedy about an Eighties Goth misfit meeting the zombie of her dreams is not the undead rom-com you're looking for

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Feb 07, 2024

‘Perfect Days' Features the Best Screen Performance in Recent Memory
Wim Wenders' Oscar-nominated story of a Japanese toilet cleaner going about his daily business doesn't sound like much — until its star turns it into a less-is-more masterclass

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Feb 02, 2024

‘Orion and the Dark' Is ‘Inside Out' for Anxious Insomniacs
Written by Charlie Kaufman, this Netflix animated movie about a neurotic tween confronting a fear of the dark is part Pixar-lite, part literal nightmare fuel

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Feb 01, 2024

‘The Promised Land' Gives Mads Mikkelsen the Big, Bloody Epic He Deserves
A stand-off between an 18th century farmer and a toxic aristocrat is part Hollywood prestige drama, part pulpy revenge flick, and a perfect showcase for the Danish star

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Feb 01, 2024

‘Mr. & Mrs. Smith' Is So Good It'll Make You Forget About Brangelina
Prime Video spy series starring Donald Glover and Maya Erskine features a ton of spicy cameos and is a whole lot of globe-trotting fun

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Jan 31, 2024

‘Argylle' Has a Big Secret: It's a Stunningly Bad Movie
Everyone from spy-movie lovers to Swifties have been trying to unravel the mystery at the center of this action-comedy. Here's a hint: The film blows

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Jan 30, 2024

‘How to Have Sex': Three Teen Girls' Spring Break From Hell
A sensitive British coming-of-age film tackles the European equivalent of spring break — and the aftermath of sexual assault — with devastating results

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Jan 29, 2024

‘Curb Your Enthusiasm' Final Season Is a Very Mixed Bag
Twelfth (and allegedly last) season of Larry David's HBO comedy has a shambolic trans episode, too many callbacks, and spends ages on the golf course

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Jan 28, 2024

‘Tótem' Is a Mexican-Cinema Masterpiece
A young girl and her relatives celebrate the birthday of her terminally ill father in a drama about death, life, grief, and joy

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Jan 25, 2024

How Shiori Ito Took on Her Powerful Rapist and Changed Japan Forever
Black Box Diaries, debuting at Sundance, chronicles one young journalist's mission to hold her rapist, a media bigwig and friend of Abe, to account

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Jan 24, 2024

‘Masters of the Air': Austin Butler and Barry Keoghan's WWII Misfire
Producers Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks (Band of Brothers) return to World War II, this time exploring the 100th Bomb Group with mixed results

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Jan 23, 2024

‘Will & Harper' Follows Will Ferrell and His Trans Best Friend Harper Steele Across a Divided America
The star and former SNL head writer Harper Steele go on a road trip — and discuss her transitioning — in a funny, moving tribute to a friendship

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Jan 23, 2024

The New York Nazis Who Loved Hitler, Hated Jews, and Packed MSG
PBS doc ‘Nazi Town, USA' revisits the German American Bund, American Nazis who lived on the Upper East Side and had summer camps in Long Island

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Jan 22, 2024

‘As We Speak' Exposes the Racism Behind Criminalizing Rap Lyrics
J.M. Harper's documentary, which premiered at Sundance, follows Bronx rapper Kemba as he shines a light on this racist, deeply problematic legal tactic

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Jan 22, 2024

‘Devo' Documentary at Sundance Is Perfect Tribute to the Iconic Band
Filmmaker Chris Smith's look back at the New Wave band is a mix of commentary, irony, kitschy collages, and oddball optimism — in other words, it's maximum Devo

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Jan 21, 2024

‘Love Lies Bleeding': Kristen Stewart's Queer, Sexed-Up Noir Rocks Sundance
A white-hot mix of queer love, violence, bodybuilding and bullets, this intense thriller left its festival premiere's audience delirious

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Jan 20, 2024

‘Eternal You': A Horrifying Doc About AI Companies Recreating the Dead
New documentary bowing at the 2024 Sundance Film Festival examines the tech companies using AI to create digital avatars of your dead loved ones

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Jan 20, 2024

Steven Soderbergh's ‘Presence' Spooks Sundance With Traumatic Ghost Story
Premiering at Sundance, the director's haunted house thriller is both an experiment in first-person filmmaking and a reminder that every family is fucked up

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Jan 20, 2024

‘American Nightmare': Netflix Exposes Denise Huskins' ‘Gone Girl' Case
Netflix's three-part true crime docuseries explores the abduction of Denise Huskins and how law enforcement and the media branded her "Gone Girl"

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Jan 19, 2024

‘Freaky Tales' Ignites Sundance With Nazi-Bashing, Rap Battles, and Pedro Pascal
Directors Ryan Fleck and Anna Boden take a page from the Tarantino playbook with this bloody, affectionate, wild-as-fuck tribute to the Eighties Bay Area

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Jan 18, 2024

‘Eno' Remixes the Music Doc — and Brian Eno's Entire Career
Premiering at Sundance, Gary Hustwit's groundbreaking, AI-reshuffled-in-real-time look at the musician/producer's work with Bowie, U2, etc. will literally never be the same film twice

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Jan 17, 2024

‘Origin' May Be the Most Important Biopic of a Book Ever Made
Using Isabel Wilkerson's Caste as a starting point, Selma filmmaker Ava DuVernay turns the making of a bestseller into an ambitious attempt to rethink the subject of race

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Jan 13, 2024

‘Monsieur Spade': Clive Owen Detective Series Is a Big Disappointment
Given the ace talent involved, from co-creators Scott Frank (The Queen's Gambit) and Tom Fontana (Oz) to its star, this AMC series is a letdown

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Jan 12, 2024

‘The Book of Clarence' Rewrites the Biblical Epic
Director Jeymes Samuel does for sword-and-sandal movies what he did for Westerns with The Harder They Fall and lets a Black all-star cast leave their mark on a traditionally white mythology

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Jan 11, 2024

Seth MacFarlane's ‘Ted' TV Show Is Surprisingly Funny
The ‘Family Guy' creator has adapted his Ted stoner teddy bear film character into a Peacock series. It's silly, juvenile, and will make you laugh plenty

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Jan 11, 2024

‘The Beekeeper' Is Jason Statham Raging Against the Machine
Statham punch, kick, shoot, stab, blow things up? Yes! Statham uncover possible deep-state conspiracy involving cyberscammers? Yikes!

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Jan 10, 2024

‘Mean Girls' Musical Film Is Not Fetch, But Reneé Rapp Kills as Regina
This generation's Plastics gets the Regina George it deserves in cluttered, chaotic adaptation of cult classic-turned-Broadway hit

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Jan 09, 2024

‘Echo' Is One of Marvel's Best TV Shows in Years. Will People Watch?
Featuring an ass-kicking Choctaw superhero and an MVP cast of Native actors, the Disney series falls under the new "Marvel Spotlight" banner

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Jan 07, 2024

‘Like Flowers in Sand' Is Your New K-Drama Obsession
The South Korean sports/mystery/romance series, now streaming on Netflix, is a quiet yet impactful blend of genres that beguiles as much as it thrills

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Jan 05, 2024

‘The Prison Confessions of Gypsy Rose Blanchard' Is Deeply Disturbing TV
Lifetime docuseries about Blanchard, who had her abusive, Munchausen-by-proxy mother killed, is a tough watch about a woman finally tasting freedom

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Jan 05, 2024

‘Night Swim' Is a Bizarrely Intriguing Swimming Pool Horror Movie
This Blumhouse horror flick features Wyatt Russell and Kerry Condon dealing with a haunted swimming pool

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Jan 02, 2024

‘True Detective' Is Must-See TV Again Thanks to Jodie Foster and Co.
Fourth season of HBO's neo-noir delivers a gripping Arctic Circle mystery from creator Issa López and stars Jodie Foster and Kali Reis

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Jan 01, 2024

Natalia Grace Speaks: My Mother Is the Menace, Not Me
ID's docuseries The Curious Case of Natalia Grace: Natalia Speaks sees Natalia, whose mother accused her of being an adult sociopath, clear the air

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Dec 31, 2023

Dave Chappelle's ‘The Dreamer' Is Another Barrage of Trans Jokes
Stand-up comedian's seventh Netflix stand-up special, released Dec. 31, could have been so much more

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Dec 31, 2023

Dave Chappelle's ‘The Dreamer' Proves He's Obsessed With Trans People
Stand-up comedian's seventh Netflix stand-up special, released Dec. 31, could have been so much more

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Dec 30, 2023

Y2K Mania: When People Were Scared the World Was Going to End
HBO documentary Time Bomb Y2K revisits Y2K hysteria, including survivalists buying guns, Matt Damon worrying about our nukes, and the Backstreet Boys

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