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Did you ever think that quiet – the hush in which...

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As one of pop music’s preeminent ministers of brood, Abel Tesfaye can lay claim to exerting a huge influence on the...

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On the title track of this remarkable collection of Bob Dylan covers, Betty LaVette wraps her voice – full of...

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The idea that Los Angeles is a city of angels run by devils – that this...

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Illustration by Tony Rodriguez for Rolling Stone Amazingly, mainstream country is still about ball-capped...

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What we have here isn’t much of a movie. In fact, it would be generous to dismiss...

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For all Taraji P. Henson fans out there – and I’m a card-carrying, dues-paid-up member of the club –...

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The Voidz, Virtue | ★★★ 1/2Albert Hammond Jr., Francis Trouble | ★★ 1/2 Julian Casablancas stepped away from the...

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The gamer kid in Steven Spielberg lets his VR freak flag fly in Ready Player One, a mindbending joyride that jacks you...

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Arnaud Desplechin loves stories – the ones you show on a screen, the...

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People go to the movies for all sorts of reasons – and nestled somewhere in the Top 10,...

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The setting is Paris in 1964. Swiss artist Alberto Giacometti (Geoffrey Rush) has invited his friend, the...

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Leave it to Steven Soderbergh to take on sexual predators in the form of a pulp thriller that he...

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Expect to wag your metaphorical tail in delight over Wes Anderson’s new animated joyride into a canine universe with...

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She’s the perpetually on-the-move, preposterously curvy heroine of PlayStation RPG fame, the archaeologist...

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A seemingly ordinary coming-of-age tale that looms large because of its inclusive romantic embrace,...

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Over three days of fighting in March of 1918, British soldiers stuck in the WWI trenches of northern France and their...

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Lil Yachty’s 2016 debut and New Atlanta classic Lil Boat gave rise to a cherubic pop gamine with Twizzler-colored hair beads and...

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The All-Star Pulp Fiction Gonzo Crime Farce (TM) – it’s practically a genre. Get a bunch of famous people together (not...

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Helen Mirren and Donald Sutherland can do anything – except, perhaps, save this sentimental drool bucket of senior cinema. It’s...