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    • 'Us'

      ‘Us’

      Jordan Peele veers farther into the dark of America’s collective id, implicating us as our own worst enemies.

    • 'Hotel Mumbai' Review: Terrorist Docudrama Stuns,

      ‘Hotel Mumbai’

      Like rubbernecking at the scene of a global tragedy, the docudrama uneasily re-creates the 2008 Mumbai attacks … to what end?

    • 'Dragged Across Concrete' Review: Mel Gibson

      ‘Dragged Across Concrete’

      This sleek, languorous anatomy of a heist is the filmmaker’s most extreme exercise yet in painstaking genre deceleration.

    • 'Sunset' Review: A Disappointing Follow-up to

      ‘Sunset’

      A young milliner in Budapest searches for the brother she never knew while the city around her heads toward explosion.

    • The Village NBC

      ‘The Village’

      Even by the standards of network television, NBC’s “The Village” wears its inspiration boldly and openly: It’s “This Is Us.”

    • The Act Hulu

      ‘The Act’

      Generally, “The Act” nails what it’s going for — a grotty, nasty, poisonous fable.

    • SHRILL Aidy Bryant

      ‘Shrill’

      The Hulu comedy centers on a woman who might otherwise be relegated to quirky best friend status — or worse still, a sad punchline.

    • Be More Chill review

      ‘Be More Chill’

      The Broadway “Be More Chill” feels more even and flows more smoothly than it did Off Broadway.

    • All About Eve review

      ‘All About Eve’

      Ivo van Hove’s stage adaptation fine-tunes its feminism for our own sexist age — image-obsessed, anti-aging, the time of Time’s Up.

    • True West review

      ‘True West’

      Ethan Hawke and Paul Dano star as battling brothers in a disappointing Broadway revival of Sam Shepard’s classic.

    • To Kill a Mockingbird review

      ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’

      Jeff Daniels takes on the towering figure of Atticus Finch in Aaron Sorkin’s Broadway adaptation of Harper Lee’s famous novel.

    • 'Devil May Cry 5' is a

      ‘Devil May Cry 5’

      “Devil May Cry 5” shakes off the rust and reminds us why we liked these games, but you have to work to ignore its outdated feel.

    • Bioware's Broken 'Anthem' Embraces the Gig

      ‘Anthem’

      Even if you put aside the potential for a console hard crash, “Anthem” is a disjointed and clunky experience.

    • Video Game Review: 'Crackdown 3'

      ‘Crackdown 3’

      “Crackdown 3” works by doing the minimum. And these days, the minimum feels like a reprieve.

    • Video Game Review: ‘Far Cry New

      ‘Far Cry New Dawn’

      “New Dawn’s” evolving world makes it easy to see why creators see the appeal, but it’s also a story that overstays its welcome.

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Variety's Entertainment Marketing Summit - 3/21

Top CMOs, advertisers and executives join Variety's 2019 Entertainment Marketing Summit to discuss what tactics they're using to engage today's diverse audience.

Confirmed Speakers

  • KELLY BENNETT
    CMO | NETFLIX
  • BLAIR RICH
    PRESIDENT, WORLDWIDE MARKETING | WARNER BROS. PICTURES & WARNER BROS. HOME ENTERTAINMENT
  • AsadAyaz
    ASAD AYAZ
    PRESIDENT, MARKETING | THE WALT DISNEY STUDIOS

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