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‘Killing Is Easy’ illustrates the volatile nature of authenticity 

It is no secret that Patrice O’Neal was not exactly a universally beloved comedian, like George Carlin or Dave Chappelle. In fact, during a...

Disney’s ‘Flora and Ulysses’ is a directionless tale that fails its...

Superheros are often revered by audiences for providing a beacon of hope when the entire universe seems to be engulfed in darkness. The DC...

Choose your adventure in ‘Animals on the Loose: A You vs....

The sun is setting, and the jungle’s inhabitants feast their eyes upon you. Lethargic from a day with no food or water, you have...

Slowthai gives fans a deep dive into his psyche in his...

UK songwriter and rapper Slowthai is back with his latest full length LP “TYRON.” This is the second full-length commercial album from the Northampton...

Stardom and freedom clash in “Framing Britney Spears” 

“Framing Britney Spears,” The New York Times’ newest installment of its “New York Times Presents” series, explores Spears’ rise to fame, the way the...

‘Space Sweepers:’ An immersive watch that takes you on an out...

With its infinite nature and endless possibilities, space has been a central point for several films, such as the legendary “Star Wars” saga. Adding...

‘To All the Boys: Always and Forever’ deploys unrealistic details that...

The final installment in the “To All the Boys” trilogy has finally been released on Netflix, just in time for Valentine’s and Galentine’s Day...

CW’s ‘Walker’ is more a poorly written cowboy story than an...

The CW network is known for its exciting DC shows, such as “The Flash.” Among its most popular TV shows, the season premiere of...

‘Bling Empire’ is the convoluted gray area between reality and escapism 

Reality television is meant to be the intersection between the real world and the escapism of fiction. Shows like “Bling Empire,” however, blur that...

‘The Little Things’ doesn’t amount to much as it fails to...

Following the Christmas release of “Wonder Woman 1984,” Warner Bros. announced its new pandemic strategy — their 2021 film lineup would be released simultaneously...