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‘Challengers’ is the erotic sports movie of the century

In “Challengers,” Luca Guadagnino takes the competitive nature of tennis and charges it with eroticism. Every swing of the racket is punctuated with heavy...

Part one of season six, ‘The Crown,’ deals delicately with Diana’s...

The first part of the highly-anticipated final season of “The Crown” dropped on Nov. 16 on Netflix last week. Focused on the late Queen...

‘Carmen’: a fervent visual and musical spectacle that provides a stunning,...

Adaptations and remakes are ever-increasing in their frequency throughout the modern landscape of film. Every so often, a spectacular, wholly original experience is birthed...

In a small town, things are quickly flipped upside down when...

Based on true events, “Love and Death” brings this crime story back on a new streaming platform. Despite the case of Candy Montgomery being...

‘Hunger’ cooks up a rise to stardom while shining light on...

When it comes to fine dining and the flashy spectacles within the world of “Hunger,” it’s a bigger message on socio-economic class and the...

Is the show ‘Obsession’ worth it?

Netflix’s new series, “Obsession,” begins with well-known surgeon and protagonist of the show, William Farrow (Richard Armitage), who was first introduced with his successful...

“Meet the f***ing Munsters”

The fourth and final season of HBO’s beloved, Emmy award-winning satirical drama, “Succession” has started. The season has been underway for a little over...

‘Daisy Jones and the Six’ is a soap opera disguised as...

The fictional 1970s rock band “Daisy Jones and the Six,” inspired by Fleetwood Mac, are working towards becoming the iconic band the series sells...

Radar Replay: A reflection on Hou Hsiao-Hsien’s ‘A City Of Sadness’

In 1989, Taiwanese auteur Hou Hsiao-Hsien told the story of a family in the small coastal town of Jiufen. Without context, the film appears...

Netflix’s ‘Unlocked’ should stay locked away

There’s nothing modern horror and thriller writers hate more than a cell phone. A device that the characters can use to call for help...