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    • ‘Pacific Rim Uprising’ Review: A Cartoony

      ‘Pacific Rim Uprising’

      John Boyega leads a group of young robot-pilot heroes into battle against towering monsters in this cartoony sci-fi sequel.

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

      ‘Isle of Dogs’

      Wes Anderson returns happily to animation with a Japanophilic canine adventure that is richly imagined, drily witty, and barking mad.

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      Steven Soderbergh embraces the freeing possibilities of the iPhone and the B-movie in this thriller, lent some grit by Claire Foy.

    • Johnny Depp, Emily Blunt Aren't Your

      ‘Sherlock Gnomes’

      They’re tactile eye candy, but the gnomes don’t bring much to the party in the second of their mild adventures.

    • Station 19

      ‘Station 19’

      At least “Station 19” feels more like a show about characters than a sizzle reel designed to evoke a mood, which places it a cut above the competition.

    • 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.

    • 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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