Blackfish City: by Sam J. Miller
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Blackfish City: by Sam J. Miller

The Endless
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The Endless

Holy Hell! The Big Lebowski Turns 20
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Holy Hell! The Big Lebowski Turns 20

Viewed 20 years later, The Big Lebowski’s wry satirization of capitalism becomes more pronounced.

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Isle of Dogs
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Isle of Dogs

Anderson balances cuteness with apocalyptic grime in a way that marks perhaps his most visually…

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Frankenstein: The First Two Hundred Years: by Christopher Frayling
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Frankenstein: The First Two Hundred Years: by Christopher Frayling

Despite its subtitle, this book primarily sticks to the events in a handful of years…

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Dear Dictator
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Dear Dictator

Dear Dictator appropriates and then drains all subversion out of its punk and revolutionary trappings…

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Moby: Everything Was Beautiful, and Nothing Hurt
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Moby: Everything Was Beautiful, and Nothing Hurt

Midnighters
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Midnighters

A stilted, cringe-inducing script dooms a promising if relatively well-worn premise in a caper that…

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Goldstone
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Goldstone

Goldstone’s scattershot themes are too unfocused and its characters too underdeveloped to hit home.

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Revisit: Wendy and Lucy
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Revisit: Wendy and Lucy

As income inequality continues to grow and poverty continues to be demonized by the powerful,…

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