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First-time director Gary Dauberman cleverly mixes suspense and laughs, setting the series up for more sequels Read more

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Reboot of the horror franchise trades a soul-seeking spirit for cloud-connected AI... but don't worry, he still murders people Read more

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Queer As Folk creator Russell T. Davies's ambitious but uneven new dystopic soap opera marches through every issue in your Twitter feed Read more

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Jessie Buckley is riveting as a working-class Glasgow single mom/aspiring country singer who’s not afraid to be unlikeable Read more

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Leila

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Huma Qureshi and Siddharth star in a thriller that feels like a cross between dystopian Margaret Atwood and the Toronto filmmaker's masterpiece Water Read more

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Ron Howard's portrait of the life and career of operatic tenor Luciano Pavarotti checks off all the usual boxes, but glosses over some personal details Read more

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godzilla ghidorah

Warner Bros.

The sequel to Gareth Edwards's masterful 2014 reboot (and to Kong: Skull Island, as well) pours on the kaiju smackdowns, but falls a little short on the human element Read more

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Joe D’Souza

Ritesh Batra's gentle romantic comedy set in India is beautifully crafted but could use more soul Read more

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Good Omens

Amazon Studios

The series is best when it lets leads Michael Sheen and David Tennant squabble while trying to thwart the rise of the Antichrist Read more

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The Lonely Island Andy Samberg Netflix

Eddy Chen/Netflix

Andy Samberg and Jorma Taccone's baseball-themed project exposes the pretentiousness of the recently revived trend Read more

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Essay film about Paul Verhoeven's Showgirls is most interesting when exploring why the camp classic is so meaningful to women and queer audiences Read more

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Almerinda Travassos's inspiring film speaks to the need for lesbians – and everyone else – to know our political history Read more

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Hannah Pearl Utt's feature debut is a gorgeous-looking and layered dramedy about two sisters attempting to take control of their lives Read more

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Beanie Feldstein and Kaitlyn Dever deliver star-making performances, but their characters’ misadventures are silly and meandering Read more

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Game Of Thrones finale

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Season 8 of HBO's blockbuster series limps to the finish line with a rushed final episode Read more

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The George Clooney-produced mini series could be a little edgier, especially given our divisive times Read more

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Werner Herzog’s talk with the former leader of the USSR feels like a slight diversion for both men between more important projects Read more

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The writer/director’s dramatizing of the events leading up to the 1819 massacre of protestors in Manchester by the British calvary feels one-sided Read more

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Director Ryan White doesn’t connect his revolutionary subject to current debates about sex ed, women’s health and sexual violence Read more

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Walking on Water Christo Floating Piers

Courtesy of Kino Lorber

Andrey Paounov's doc is an intimate behind-the-scenes chronicle of the Bulgarian art star's 2016 project The Floating Piers Read more

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