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    TV Review: ‘You’ Season Two Finds Joe With a New Address and a New Focus

    “You” is back on Netflix and manages to be better, creepier, and even more addictive in season two. In the first season, we met Joe Goldberg (Penn Badgley) and the doomed object of his obsession, Guinevere Beck (Elizabeth Lail). Based on the novel by Caroline Kepnes, “You” is a story of stalking, abuse, violence and […] More

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    TV Review: Hulu’s New Series ‘Dollface’ May Be Too Much Fun

    It should go without saying that the inner workings of the female mind are constantly turning. And often times what is said and what is thought are not consistent. Contemplation, desire, worry and expectation often dictate this secret inner monologue. In Hulu’s newest comedy series “Dollface,” fantasies of the mind are brought to the forefront […] More

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    Film Review: The ‘Transparent Musicale Finale’ Never Manages to Carry a Tune

    Shows should always be taking risks. Especially after a few seasons, they should keep viewers on their toes and give them new reasons to tune in week after week. Sometimes external circumstances force innovation. This is true of “Transparent,” Amazon Prime’s groundbreaking hit that recently faced quite a challenge. Lead actor Jeffrey Tambor left “Transparent” […] More

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    Film Review: ‘Avengers: Endgame’ Concludes With Heart and Standout Turns from Hemsworth, Renner, Gillan

    This is a spoiler-free review of the latest film “Avengers: Endgame.” The culmination of superheroes, villains, infinity stones, and quips all come to together in Anthony and Joe Russo’s epic saga “Avengers: Endgame.”  Accentuating all the character’s greatest strengths and moral connections, the film graduates into a grand finale that will have fans and comic […] More

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    Film Review: ‘Dumplin’ Makes The Perfect Netflix Treat

    Not every movie needs to reinvent the wheel. Some tales, like that of a high school misfit trying to find their place, are destined to be told time and time again. Yet, for every half-hearted version that leans into the genre clichés, there’s at least one or two that really connect. It’s like Dolly Parton […] More

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    Film Review: ‘Mamma Mia’ Sequel Makes Me Want to ‘Go Again’

    So many claim “The Godfather Part II” to be the best sequel of all time. It was only a matter of time for another film franchise to steal the structural sauce of Francis Ford Coppola’s epic. Who would’ve guessed that franchise would be “Mamma Mia?” The Don figure of the franchise is Donna (Lily James […] More

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    Film Review: ‘The House of Tomorrow’ Brings Heart But Little Innovation

    Inventor R. Buckminster Fuller graced the world with many challenging and interesting innovations and ideas. His work serves as the basis for a coming of age film that somehow combines the lonely outsider, sick kid and unauthorized punk band tropes. “The House of Tomorrow” wants to believe in wonder and saving the world. Yet, it […] More

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    TV Review: ‘Paterno’ Features a Good Cast In Average Film

    HBO Movies carry a certain degree of weight. Al Pacino and director Barry Levinson have made many a film together for HBO. Their latest, “Paterno,” continues a string of strong performances for Pacino. Levinson, however, lacks originality in the film he is telling. The movie takes on an interesting topic but narrows it too much […] More

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    Film Review: ‘6 Balloons’ Flatlines as a Drug Drama

    There’s a long tradition of comedy actors fielding praise for going dramatic. Robin Williams has earned Oscars for it. Jim Carrey, Steve Carrell and Kristin Wiig have all gained shocks and accolades for their skill at changing it up. Netflix’s latest film “6 Balloons” wants to do the same for Abbi Jacobson and Dave Franco. […] More

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    Film Review: ‘Thoroughbreds’ Is Pure Diabolical Fun

    If you weren’t already a little afraid of teenage girls, the new film, “Thoroughbreds,” might just change that. Anya Taylor-Joy (“Split”) and Olivia Cooke (“Bates Motel”) are prep school seniors Lily and Amanda. The two were childhood friends before parental life decisions separated them. Circumstances bring the two girls back together, although the closeness they […] More

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