But the gory, existential horror film can’t keep up with its own premise.
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The HBO adaptation is well versed in the bleak clichés of the zombie genre, but it also offers something unexpected: empathy.
The zany horror film is as self-aware as the sentient android at its center.
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Former Disney CEO Bob Iger is back at a time when the company desperately needs a new direction.
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The director tackles his most challenging material: his own childhood.
It’s a thrilling blockbuster that still makes time for grief.