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From its argumentative core to its very title, “All In: The Fight for Democracy” is deceitful. As important as Lisa Cortes and Liz Garbus’ documentation of the history and recurrence-to the present day-of voter suppression is to the establishment of America’s democracy, “All In: The Fight for Democracy” misleadingly frames …

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Despite feminist milestones and social justice achievements in the past decade, gender inequality and hierarchical sexual exploitation rampantly persist. In the latest illustration of the female experience in a patriarchal work setting, Kitty Green’s “The Assistant” hauntingly encapsulates the exploitative power dynamics and alienating office environment that facilitate sexual abuse …

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Christopher Nolan is no stranger to coming to the rescue of movie theaters in dry movie seasons. But will Tenet be strong enough of a force to fill up 30-50% capacity showtimes at your theater? Only time will tell. On the one hand, this is a truly epic and original …

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As a Gen Z kid who often feels like he was born *right* before the cusp of being labeled a Millennial, I have an equal amount of nostalgia for the 90s as I do a sense of separation from them. So much 90s content and style has influenced my life …

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The New Mutants feels like a true relic of the past, mostly because it sort-of is one. Filmed in 2017, edited to pieces, and pushed back to the end of eternity – it is kind of hilarious that it is the first big-budget release since theaters have reopened. Despite all …

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