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Till movie review & film summary (2022)

As we know, Emmett Till was murdered three days after he arrived in Money. On August 24, 1955, he interacted…

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The Good Nurse movie review & film summary (2022)

Amy Loughren (Chastain) is a nurse at an average New Jersey hospital, trying to balance being a single mother with…

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Netflix’s Mo Keeps the Faith For Insightful Muslim-American Stories

Near the end of his 2021 special “Mohammed in Texas,” Palestinian-American comedian Mohammed Amer quips, “Houston is the city that…

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FX on Hulu’s Reservation Dogs Is As Insightful and Bittersweet As Ever in Season Two | TV/Streaming

For all its downbeat notes, “Reservation Dogs” feels as committed as ever to demonstrating its characters’ resilience in the face…

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Resident Evil Can’t Find a Pulse in Netflix Adaptation | TV/Streaming

The only name that will be familiar to “Resident Evil” gamers here will be Albert Wesker, who was first introduced…

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Jason Delane Lee and Yvonne Huff Lee on Race, Adoption and Identity | Black Writers Week

JL: Let’s be real. It’s not just obtaining. It’s surviving. In order to survive in many cases, you have to contort…

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Crimes of the Future movie review (2022)

Based on this confidently uncanny opening alone, it makes sense to learn that it was towards the end of the…

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Montana Story movie review & film summary (2022)

Modern audiences will become impatient with the quietness and meditative pace, and the writing is probably a little too schematic in…

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The Northman movie review & film summary (2022)

When Eggers first released “The Witch” his brand of horror was deemed, backhandedly, as “elevated.” The New England filmmaker delivered…

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Our Favorite Roger Reviews: Saturday Night Fever | Chaz’s Journal

Roger Ebert’s Great Movies Essay on “SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER” Each night I ask the stars up above:  Why must I be…

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