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Trump employed the adjective, in the final presidential debate, to insult his opponent. What he didn’t realize was that the word has long been a rallying cry.
The sequel to one of Hollywood’s most underrated action entries of the decade wastes a solid performance from Tom Cruise.
The medium’s episodic structure makes it an apt medium to explore that most long-running and unpredictable of emotions.
The PBS documentary is less a behind-the-scenes glimpse than a social primer on why Broadway’s biggest smash matters.
Nate Parker's film uses cinematic tropes that may obscure the true complexity of Nat Turner’s legend.
You Want It Darker gravely and beautifully accepts God and mortality.