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‘Turtles All the Way Down’: A lesson in loving and prevailing

Directed by Hannah Marks, “Turtles All the Way Down” is a faithful adaptation of John Green’s 2017 novel about a teen with obsessive-compulsive disorder...

‘Abigail’: A ballerina vampire’s bloody ballet that is far from terrifying

*Spoilers* Loosely inspired by the 1936 film “Dracula’s Daughter,” “Abigail” was theatrically released on April 19. The horror-comedy film follows a group of six criminals...

Radar Replay: Let ‘Her’ enamor you into falling in love with...

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has increasingly grown into unexpected territories, primarily within entertainment in recent years. Though AI has been tainted with negative perceptions, the...

‘Through My Window: Looking at You’: maybe it’s time to close...

*Spoilers* “Through My Window: Looking at You,” the third and final installment of the “Through My Window” movie trilogy, follows the relationship between Raquel (Clara...

‘Drive Away Dolls’ proves the need for more fun and silly...

In 2021, Saturday Night Live released a sketch named “Lesbian Period Drama.” It was meant as a parody of period dramas featuring lesbians in...

‘The Underdoggs’: The half-baked sports comedy you didn’t know you needed

Spoilers “The Underdoggs” released Jan. 26 on Amazon Prime Video, is a foul-mouthed comedy focused on a struggling children’s football team. Well-known rapper and actor...

‘The Zone of Interest’: An undisturbed life

“The Zone of Interest” depicts life in a Nazi household right next to Auschwitz. While a lone barbed wall separates the two premises, guttural...

‘Foe’: a chaotic rendition of a broken marriage

A disbelieving husband refuses to leave behind his simple life on his family’s farm. A disillusioned wife who desires to leave the farm and...

In ‘May December,’ we’re all complicit in abuse and sensationalism

TW: Sexual Abuse The general public has always had a strange, almost sick fascination with disturbing cases involving some form of rape, serial killers or...

‘Saltburn’ Review: Infiltrating the upper crust

Oliver (Barry Keoghan) is a freshman at Oxford University. His presence is anything but noteworthy — he’s dressed like a middle-aged penpusher and gets...