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Back before her 1986 breakthrough, "Control," then-teenage Janet Jackson was still mostly known as Michael's Little Sister.
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Beneath its stylistically schizophrenic veneer, Muse is a well-oiled pop music machine, and its performance (the first of a three-night run) was a master class in efficient, coolly detached arena…
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In Patrick Hamilton's 1929 thriller "Rope," two young men gratuitously murder one of their friends after taking Nietzsche's supremacist philosophy too literally.
Subbing character actor Jeremy Renner into a franchise that requires Matt Damon-caliber magnetism, series scribe Tony Gilroy takes over the helming duties with an overlong sequel that features too…
Grief makes a Franco-American man do strange things in "Maddened by His Absence," the initially intriguing feature fiction debut of Gallic actress-turned-helmer Sandrine Bonnaire.
Pic is a story of love and subterfuge in 1980 East Germany that never quite accelerates into an outright thriller.