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Susan Sarandon and Geena Davis in “Thelma & Louise”. Photo: MGM

Review: Women on the Run

Thelma & Louise: Everybody involved keeps saying that they never intended to make a statement. But this movie is nevertheless one hell of a statement.

Penny Dreadful
Timothy Dalton, Reeve Carney, Eva Green, Harry Treadaway and Josh Hartnett in “Penny Dreadful”. Photo: Showtime

Quick Take: The Horror, The Horror

Penny Dreadful: Sumptuously designed, the show was bloody but often beautifully written.

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Anton Yelchin and Robin Williams in “House of D”. Photo: Lionsgate

Anton Yelchin Would’ve Been a Perfect Mr. Mercedes

I remember seeing Anton Yelchin in David Duchovny’s directing debut House of D a decade ago, thinking this kid is the stand-out of the movie.

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Boris Karloff in “Bride of Frankenstein”. Photo: Universal

Happy 200th, Frankenstein

A look at how movies and TV have kept the monster vibrant ever since the early 1900s.

Peter Lorre in “M”. Photo: Nero-Film

Review: Murderer Among Us

M: Fritz Lang’s first talking picture became one of his masterpieces, a riveting thriller.

Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart in “Central Intelligence”. Photo: Universal

Quick Take: Two and a Half Men

Central Intelligence: No star chemistry in the world is powerful enough to carry a story that’s so thin and contrived.

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“Conan”. Photo: TBS

The Three Challenges of the Orlando Attack

Every citizen must understand the complexity of these attacks, or they will fall victim to ISIS propaganda, who wants us all to be afraid, and people like Trump, Le Pen and Putin.

Humphrey Bogart and Tim Holt in "The Treasure of the Sierra Madre". Photo: Warner
Humphrey Bogart and Tim Holt in “The Treasure of the Sierra Madre”. Photo: Warner

Review: Fools’ Gold

The Treasure of the Sierra Madre: The director has a lot to say about greed and the depths of poverty and men’s minds, but he’s also packed the film with loads of tension.