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    • 'Isle of Dogs' Review: Wes Anderson's

      ‘Isle of Dogs’

      A winningly dippy hodgepooch of lo-fi sci-fi, band-of-outsiders adventure and the most meme-ready canine antics found outside of YouTube.

    • Tomb Raider review

      ‘Tomb Raider’

      A reboot of the action-adventure series is built — surprisingly well — around the seriously soulful intensity of Alicia Vikander.

    • No Merchandising. Editorial Use Only. No

      ‘I Can Only Imagine’

      Some audiences crave conflict, while others seek uplift. This story of Christian band MercyMe’s breakout song satisfies the latter.

    • 'Unsane' Review: Claire Foy Brings Grit


      A quick-and-dirty genre romp, scripted, shot and cut with itchy, unpretty zeal — and performed with image-altering gusto by Claire Foy.

    • For the People

      ‘For the People’

      The new legal procedural is essentially “How to Get Away With Murder” without Viola Davis, which is about as disappointing as it sounds.

    • Rise NBC


      For all its flaws — and “Rise” has a number of them — when these kids open their mouths to sing, the NBC drama is nearly irresistible.

    • American Idol Review

      ‘American Idol’

      The landmark singing competition show returns on a new network with a sunnier, schmaltzier bent.

    • Hello Dolly review Bernadette Peters

      ‘Hello, Dolly!’

      To the delight of her fans at the Harmonia Gardens, Bernadette Peters puts the “doll” back in “Hello, Dolly!”

    • Hangmen review play


      In this farce by the writer-director of “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri,” the ensemble work is slickly well-oiled.

    • Hamilton review London


      In the Broadway smash’s first outing beyond American soil, there’s a lot riding on the West End transfer of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s hit.


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