Oeuvre: Carpenter: Elvis
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Oeuvre: Carpenter: Elvis

A three-hour dud. Elvis is an outlier at the beginning of Carpenter’s sustained creative peak.

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Heavy: by Kiese Laymon
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Heavy: by Kiese Laymon

This is a book about healing internally and extending that healing to those closest to…

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The Invisibles
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The Invisibles

The Invisibles, directed by Claus Räfle, works diligently to serve as a reminder of the…

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Adult Life Skills
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Adult Life Skills

There are moments when Adult Life Skills feels like it is about to break free…

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Stan and Ollie
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Stan and Ollie

Coogan and Reilly have resurrected two comedians whose contribution to film should be remembered.

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Red Clocks: by Leni Zumas
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Red Clocks: by Leni Zumas

I’ll Be Gone in the Dark: by Michelle McNamara
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I’ll Be Gone in the Dark: by Michelle McNamara

The Curse of Bigness: by Tim Wu
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The Curse of Bigness: by Tim Wu

The Curse of Bigness is a primer for a more egalitarian America, the like of…

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Tiger
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Tiger

Tiger wants to be the boxing movie version of Buster Douglas, but the talent behind…

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We the People: by Erwin Chemerinsky
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We the People: by Erwin Chemerinsky