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’13 Hours’ in Benghazi

Former Marines John “Tig” Tiegen and Mark “Oz” Geist never aspired to write a book about their experiences in Benghazi. That was before politics...

Review: ‘Carol’

Told with delicacy by director Todd Haynes and with exquisite performances from its two leads, Carol is a beautiful technical achievement and a wonderfully...

Review: ‘Joy’

The biopic about the headstrong Miracle Mop creator is deeply flawed in its structure, but is elevated by great work from Jennifer Lawrence. Joy, directed...

Review: ‘Daddy’s Home’

Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg give it their all, but they can not save Daddy’s Home from its formulaic plot and its wide range...

Review: ‘The Big Short’

Adam McKay’s take on the economic collapse of 2007-2010 succeeds on its richly dark humor, scathing performances and awards worthy editing. The Big Short is...

Review: ‘Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip’

A bus ride with a bunch of people you do not know sound more pleasing than a road chip with these furry annoyances. Alvin and...

Review: ‘Sisters’

In a year of great female-lead comedies, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler almost add to the roster with the hilarious but uneven Sisters. Sisters follows...

Review: ‘The Danish Girl’

Coming off of his critically acclaimed role as Stephen Hawking, Eddie Redmayne is going for the gold again playing one of the first recipients...

Review: ‘Macbeth’

Many have attempted to recreate Shakespeare's most famous plays, but few have succeeded as well as director Justin Kurzel with his new film Macbeth. Macbeth...

Review: ‘In the Heart of the Sea’

The seafaring epic boasts stunning imagery and technical wizardry that attracts awards attention. However, for all its achievements in style, there is little substance...

Review: ‘Steve Jobs’

Steve Jobs is a man who has revolutionized technology with Apple. As a result, he is one of media’s most talked-about subjects. There most...

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