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It’s hard not to be mesmerized by Paul Thomas Anderson's 'Phantom Thread.'
'There Will Be Blood' marks a change in Paul Thomas Anderson's filmmaking that coincides with the death of one of his inspirations, Robert Altman.
'The Greatest Showman' covers up the more interesting facets of the man in favor of dangerous myth-making.
'Call Me by Your Name' is a tender and sweet depiction of a budding romance.
'Happy End' is a film that wants to be a Michael Haneke greatest hits album, but instead is merely a compilation of B-sides.
'Bright Sunshine In' is an essential change for Denis, and an entertaining film worth seeking out.
'Mr. Roosevelt' is remarkably limber as it dances through moments of inspired physical comedy, trenchant social commentary, and poignant longing.
'No Country for Old Men' is an experience that won’t easily be forgotten.
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend is one of the most fiercely original shows currently on television as it enters its third season.
Happy Death Day is more fun than it has any right to be. Its scares may not be enough for horror fans, but its charm and sense of humor more than makes up for it.
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