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REVIEW | In Adam McKay's "Don't Look Up," Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence play scientists with a Cassandra problem, attempting to warn others that their days are numbered.

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  • ‘Harlem’

    The new Amazon Prime Video series from "Girls Trip" creator Tracy Oliver, starring Meagan Good, flies by in no time at all.

  • ‘Annie Live!’

    Celina Smith stars as Annie in the NBC special, a spirited, likable reprieve from hard times.

  • ‘Santa Inc.’

    Seth Rogen and Sarah Silverman star in HBO Max's animated series, which delivers calculated raunchiness.

  • ‘Don’t Look Up’

    In Adam McKay's "Don't Look Up," Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence play scientists with a Cassandra problem, attempting to warn others that their days are numbered.

  • ‘Being the Ricardos’

    Nicole Kidman and Javier Bardem play Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz to wry perfection in Aaron Sorkin's domestic showbiz rouser "Being the Ricardos."

  • ‘West Side Story’

    Steven Spielberg makes the 1957 musical his own and stays true to what generations have loved about it. But he can't solve its last-act problems.

  • Critics Pick

    ‘Nightmare Alley’

    Guillermo del Toro assembles a dream ensemble for a tip-top sideshow attraction, including Cate Blanchett as an icy femme fatale.

  • Adele's '30'

    Adele offers her most harrowing, unflinching songs yet on "30," but she's having more fun than ever before on some of the tracks, too.

  • ‘Red (Taylor’s Version)’

    An assessment of all nine of the "Red (Taylor's Version)" "vault" numbers, including a 10-minute "All Too Well" that was worth the wait.

  • ABBA’s ‘Voyage’

    "Voyage," ABBA's first album in nearly 40 years, is so timelessly ABBA-esque that it could have come out any time in the past four decades.

  • ‘The Visitor’

    In this world premiere by Tom Kitt and Brian Yorkey at the Public Theater, the story centers the wrong character.

  • ‘Morning Sun’

    Stunning performances humanize Simon Stephens' play "Morning Sun," an earnest if bland love letter to a fundamentally unremarkable woman.

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