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In most movies and certainly in TV, poverty is either a temporary state, played for laughs or something lazy people fall into because it’s their own fault. more
There is great promise in writer-director Taylor Sheridan’s new film, “Wind River.” more
No matter how strong and competent we are as adults, there are creepy crawlies from our childhoods carefully locked away in the attics of our minds. more
There’s Stephen King, and then there’s Stephen King. But, if you were hoping for an adaptation of one of Steverino’s most epic works, this isn’t it. more
Conventional war movies most often have an unerring story to tell, one that is usually restricted by the often-well-chronicled account left by military historians and those who survived the ordeal. more
In the narrow universe that represents the target audience for “Spider-Man: Homecoming,” one has to hope it hits all the right notes. more
Werner Herzog makes movies that don’t follow the traditional action-exposition-romance-car crash-ending formula. more
The new “Wonder Woman” film, directed by Patty Jenkins and starring Gal Gadot as the title character, is set during World War I. That is unlike the DC Comics universe, which had her … more
Filthy lucre has driven many a man to a bad end, some at the blade of a rusty cutlass and others at the prospect of overspilling coffers from box office receipts. more
In the first “Guardians of the Galaxy” movie, Peter Quill (Chris Pratt) tells a creature who captured him that he’s also known as “Star-Lord,” an obvious superhero name he just made up because it sounded cool. more
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