Jurado is one of our best storytellers and singers.
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Foodman, Japanese footwork’s biggest star, didn’t find fans through pop smarts but through sheer skill.
Hail Satan?, for all its atheism, chronicles the birth of a new American religion.
A quarter of a century ago, Peterloo might have garnered Leigh great acclaim.
It’s not just Hollister’s voice that makes you want to join his choir.
A triumph with international implications, Rosalía’s debut American performance highlighted emerging musical trends that warrant discussion as much as they do awe.
Should we have just accepted Jumanji’s CGI at the time and seen past it to the heart underneath?
A deliciously fun distillation of why Carpenter has endured for so long.
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Night of Camp David reads as a quaint mid-20th century political thriller, one whose impact barely registers in our post-Trumpian society.
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