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    • 'Annabelle Comes Home'

      ‘Annabelle Comes Home’

      Annabelle, the devil doll who is not possessed, presides over a grab bag of a thriller that fails to conjure much fear.

    • Child's Play

      ‘Child’s Play’

      This reboot sends mixed messages, blending kid-targeted storytelling tropes with hard-R violence inappropriate for young viewers.

    • Euphoria


      HBO’s first teen drama, starring Zendaya, is a wild, unsettling ride that refuses to tie up loose ends or let its characters take easy ways out.

    • Big Little Lies Season 2 Review

      ‘Big Little Lies’ Season 2

      Even when “Big Little Lies” Season 2 is messy — and it is, more often than not — the mess at least feels like the point.


      ‘When They See Us’

      Ava DuVernay’s “When They See Us” immerses viewers in a tale with none of the gaudy fun that true crime often offers.

    • Beetlejuice review


      The musical adds up to more than the film’s cynical goth fantasia by creating themes and characters (a few) worth caring about.

    • Hillary and Clinton review

      ‘Hillary and Clinton’

      If anyone could play Hillary Clinton, it’s Laurie Metcalf – and here she is, in Lucas Hnath’s “Hillary and Clinton.”

    • Burn This review

      ‘Burn This’

      Adam Driver and Keri Russell make sparks in a passionate dance of denial and discovery, in this Broadway revival of Lanford Wilson’s play.

    • Be More Chill review

      ‘Be More Chill’

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

    • Video Game Review: 'Rage 2'

      ‘Rage 2’

      “Rage” tried to stretch a shooter across an expanse; “Rage 2” does the opposite and threads an expanse through a shooter.

    • 'Mortal Kombat 11' game review

      ‘Mortal Kombat 11’

      Uncomfortable. Outlandish. Campy. Combined with the game’s complex, precise gameplay, it’s a damn good fighting game.

    • 'Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice' Review: Difficulty

      ‘Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice’

      It’s hard to shake the feeling that if it traded in some of its stubborn design cruelty for just a touch of empathy, it would be all the greater.


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