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In Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire, ghosts do bad things and get busted for it. Though hardly revolutionary, the latest action-comedy is an entertaining piece of mindless entertainment that will have franchise fans excitedly donning their proton packs once again. With the action shifted back to New York and the old firehouse once again operational, Ghostbusters: Frozen
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Let’s get this out of the way: I’ve never seen Steven Spielberg’s The Color Purple. Don’t know why, but I haven’t. But I have seen the new version, and can definitively say that it’s a spectacular musical put to the big screen. Fantasia Barrino (“American Idol”) delivers a fierce and captivating performance as Celie, a
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A boy is being bullied by his teacher… or is he? That’s the question at the middle of the Japanese drama Monster, which begins simply enough but demonstrates the power of perspective as the situation unfolds. From director Kore-eda Hirokazu, who made the excellent Shoplifters, Monster runs through the same events and their aftermath three
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While watching Imaginary, one thing is guaranteed: you’ll imagine you were watching a better movie.  A tediously generic horror flick that wastes its premise, Imaginary ironically lacks imagination: there’s absolutely nothing clever (or fun) to see here. Directed by Jeff Wadlow (Kick-Ass 2), the movie is your typical stupid-little-girl-makes-friends-with-a-malevolent-force story, stuffed with lame dream sequences,
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There are people who devote their lives to predicting who will win at the Academy Awards. That’s not me. Here’s my completely unscientific but absolutely accurate list of who should win an Oscar in 2024. Actor in a Leading Role: Paul Giamatti (The Holdovers) Second pick: Jeffrey Wright (American Fiction) Actor in a Supporting Role:
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