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‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ is a blast to watch and a blast to think about

9/10 Spider-Man: Homecoming is not the best Spider-Man movie, that’s still Spider-Man 2 and it’s always going to be Spider-Man 2. Homecoming may be the new favorite, however. After a thrilling debut in Captain America: Civil War, Peter Parker (Tom … Continue reading

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The Möbius strip: ‘Hidden Figures’ repeats easily as a whole batch of new releases flops

Hidden Figures reigned again over Martin Luther King Day weekend, with Golden Globe champion and Oscar favorite La La Land storming up the charts behind it. Of the new releases, it was cheap-looking STX horror flick The Bye Bye Man that performed way over industry … Continue reading

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I’m only doing this because of the Oscar noms: The Danish Girl

It’s the most cynical thing in the world. Former Oscar winners? Check. Based on a true story set in the early 1900s? Check. Gay* person that dies? Check. The Danish Girl was set up to be one of the most insufferably … Continue reading

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Spotlight a masterpiece, the year’s most authentic movie

Spotlight brings its world to more complex, nuanced life than any movie in recent memory. This movie is deeply personally affecting, in ways that go far beyond the fact that it’s all true. The film is about the Boston Globe’s 2002 Pulitzer-Prize winning … Continue reading

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