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With ‘Tommy’ Revival, Pete Townshend Is Talking to a New Generation

As he entered a suite at the Carlyle hotel in Manhattan, Pete Townshend mentioned that an afternoon meeting had been

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The Invention of a Desert Tongue for ‘Dune’

Herbert intended these linguistic resonances to communicate the connections between our world and the world of his novels — which

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‘Do Not Expect Too Much From the End of the World’ Review: A Wild Romanian Trip

Late in Radu Jude’s “Do Not Expect Too Much From the End of the World,” the movie shifts tones. Our

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A Director Brings TikTok’s Chaotic Vibe to the Big Screen

Halfway through a recent Zoom interview with Radu Jude, the acclaimed Romanian director of “Do Not Expect Too Much from

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‘William Shatner: You Can Call Me Bill’ Review: Living Long

The line between star and character gets thoroughly blurred in “William Shatner: You Can Call Me Bill,” a profile documentary

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‘Riddle of Fire’ Review: Tiny Terrors

Three children embark on a mystical journey in this charming but shapeless first feature. News Credit Source link

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‘Limbo’ Review: Pensive in the Outback

Long on atmosphere and short on plot, this stylish Australian noir pulls through thanks to a haunted performance by Simon

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‘Femme’ Review: Bad Lovers

In this white-knuckle thriller set in London, a drag performer seduces his attacker, an intensely closeted hustler played by George

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‘Free Time’ Review: Take This Job and Shove It. (Now What?)

Colin Burgess carries this comedy by Ryan Martin Brown about a 20-something who quits his job and finds that life

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‘Shirley’ Review: A Woman Who Contained Multitudes

Shirley Chisholm was an American heroine who challenged simplistic political narratives of victory and defeat. Though her most famous effort

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‘Late Night With the Devil’ Review: Selling Your Soul for the Ratings

On Halloween night, 1977, the first in the crucial sweeps week for “Night Owls,” Delroy and his producers come up

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‘Immaculate’ Review: Sydney Sweeney Is Wide-Eyed but Sly

Damsels in distress take different forms and come with diverse temperaments, skill sets and screams. The standard-bearer tends to be

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‘Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire’ Review: Something Weird, Multiplied

How many spirits can “Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire” fit in a firehouse? This overstuffed, erratically funny entry in the 40-year franchise

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‘Freaknik’ Documentary Invites Viewers to Black College Spring Break

It’s an accepted spring break axiom that you can retake a class but you can’t relive a party. Until now,

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M. Emmet Walsh, Character Actor Who Always Stood Out, Dies at 88

M. Emmet Walsh, a paunchy and prolific character actor who was called “the poet of sleaze” by the critic Roger

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