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Arts & Entertainment: Film

Whether before sunrise or after midnight, Which Brings Me to You disappoints
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT : FILM

Whether before sunrise or after midnight, Which Brings Me to You disappoints

A review of the romantic comedy film.

Musical Mean Girls hits too many sour notes
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT : FILM

Musical Mean Girls hits too many sour notes

A review of the musical teen comedy film.

Buzzy Beekeeper makes bloody honey out of narrative hooey
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT : FILM

Buzzy Beekeeper makes bloody honey out of narrative hooey

A review of the action thriller film.

Forgettable Night Swim drowns in a pool of suspenseless monotony
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT : FILM

Forgettable Night Swim drowns in a pool of suspenseless monotony

A review of the supernatural horror film.

Best of 2023 — From "Barbenheimer" to the return of Godzilla, 2023 was full of cinematic surprises
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT : FILM

Best of 2023 — From "Barbenheimer" to the return of Godzilla, 2023 was full of cinematic surprises

Our resident film critic's list of best films of the year.

Under the Christmas Tree: Of strap-ons and other supportive holiday activities
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT : FILM

Under the Christmas Tree: Of strap-ons and other supportive holiday activities

A review of the Lifetime holiday movie.

Cry no more, as Anyone But You saves the rom-com
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT : FILM

Cry no more, as Anyone But You saves the rom-com

A review of the romantic comedy film.

High-flying Migration sticks its family-friendly landing
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High-flying Migration sticks its family-friendly landing

A review of the animated adventure film.

Chaotic Aquaman sequel an undersea comic book trainwreck
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Chaotic Aquaman sequel an undersea comic book trainwreck

A review of the superhero film.

All of Us Strangers an eye-opening journey into the emotional unknown
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT : FILM

All of Us Strangers an eye-opening journey into the emotional unknown

A review of Andrew Haigh's gay romantic fantasy film starring Andrew Scott.

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