Arts & Entertainment

LGBTQ representation in film has gained more traction in the last several years with movies such as “Carol” (2015), “Moonlight” (2016) and most recently, “Call Me By Your Name” (2017). The new film “Love, Simon,” …

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The “Fifty Shades” franchise isn’t known for being a cinematic masterpiece, and it’s safe to say the third and final installment of the trilogy isn’t any different. “Fifty Shades Freed” doesn’t redeem the first two …

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A cinematic phenomenon was born June 27, 2003, when aspiring actors Tommy Wiseau and Greg Sestero premiered “The Room,” their first original film, in Los Angeles. Wiseau — the eccentric mastermind behind the project — …

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Netflix’s latest original film, “Mudbound,” is an ambitious, layered exploration of race in America. Although set in the 1940s, the film feels so modern it almost begs to be interpreted as a metaphor for today. …

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Director and actor Kenneth Branagh’s (“Henry V,” “Much Ado About Nothing”) latest film, “Murder on the Orient Express,” relies mostly on celebrity star power and tenuous buildup to keep its adaptation of novelist Agatha Christie’s …

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Thanksgiving is just around the corner, and moviegoers can start looking forward to this holiday season’s most anticipated theatrical releases. No matter what your taste is, you can certainly find something you will love this winter.

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Writer and director Margaret Betts’ (“The Carrier,” “Any Given Sunday”) new film, “Novitiate,” strays far from the obedience and purity its name suggests, revealing the human flaws that mark even the most spiritually inclined. Delving …

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The idea of a movie that blends “Groundhog Day” (1994), “Scream” (1996) and “Mean Girls” (2004) may seem strange, but director Christopher Landon (“Disturbia,” “Paranormal Activity 3,” “Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones”) managed to make …