‘WandaVision’: How That Mind-Blowing Episode 5 Cameo May…Or May Not, Change The MCU Forever

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*MAJOR WANDAVISION SPOILERS!!!* So let's assume that not everybody is a Marvel wonk, even when it comes to the box office-shattering movies. I've received enough...

Review: ‘Penguin Bloom’Naomi Watts Gets Upstaged By A Magpie In This Inspirational, Heavy-Handed Recovery...

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The story of a paralyzed woman who bounces back with the help of a curious, equally-broken bird named Penguin sounds like either SNL parody...

Interview: ‘One Night In Miami’ Cast On Answering The Call To Activism

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Jim Brown, All-Pro and Hall of Fame running back. Muhammad Ali, boxing's most recognizable World Heavyweight Champion ever. Malcolm X, fiercely outspoken member of...

Review: ‘The White Tiger’Ramin Bahrani's Economic Satire Is Part Dickens, Part 'Scarface'

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The rage of India's permanent underclass fuels Ramin Bahrani's The White Tiger, a sharp, witty crime drama that's like Dickens with a little bit...

Review: ‘Outside The Wire’Anthony Mackie Is An Advanced Android Soldier In An Efficient Sci-Fi...

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Netflix's latest "quick grab" action flick Outside the Wire is a hodge-podge of various military scare-tactic films. You've got Terminator and the fear of...

Khalil’s Top 25 New TV Shows of 2020

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2020 has been an insanely insane year! Words like “unprecedented” and “the new normal” simply don’t justify what we’ve collectively been going through since...
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Review: ‘We Can Be Heroes’Robert Rodriguez And A Fresh-Faced Cast Lead Netflix's Tween Superhero...

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There’s two different versions of director Robert Rodriquez: one for older folks, and one for children. For those a little older and prone to...

Review: ‘Bridgerton’Shondaland's First Netflix Series Is Sexy And Salacious Fun

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Ladies (and Gentlemen, it's 2020 and dudes can watch historical romance if they want to. Screw gender norms.)  If you were planning on watching...

Review: ‘Sylvie’s Love’Tessa Thompson Shines In A Black Love Story With A Touch Of...

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The arrival of Eugene Ashe's film Sylvie's Love heralds the return of something we rarely get to see now, if ever: the African-American period...

Review: ‘The Midnight Sky’George Clooney's Melancholic, Muddled Sci-Fi Drama Fails To Launch

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I know they never really went away, but does it feel like every movie nowadays deals with a global catastrophe that wipes out humanity?...