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Tick Tick Boom True Story

‘Tick, Tick… Boom!’ Overindulges in Hero Worship


Andrew Garfield delivers one of the best performances of his career in Lin-Manuel Miranda’s otherwise disappointing feature directorial debut.

Shang Chi

28 Things We Learned from the ‘Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings’ Commentary


“We keep trying to break as many stereotypes as possible in this movie.”

The Great Season 2

‘The Great’ is a Violent Delight


FSR chief television critic Valerie Ettenhofer reviews Season 2 of Hulu’s quasi-historical series, calling the return ruthless, funny, and relentlessly entertaining.

Black And Missing Hbo

‘Black and Missing’ Highlights a Media Blindspot and its Consequences


We review the HBO documentary series, which follows the Black and Missing Foundation in its efforts to spread awareness about missing persons of color.

Spider Man No Way Home Final Trailer

7 Oddities Worth Exploring in the Final ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ Trailer


While this trailer delivers several expected beats, it also suggests several weird turns for the franchise.

The Exorcist Audience Reaction

Beelzebub’s Blockbuster: Why ‘The Exorcist’ Terrified Audiences in 1973


‘The Exorcist’ was the Christmas hit that rocked Hollywood. Here’s why audiences in 1973 found the film so scary.

The Wheel Of Time

After Years of Anticipation, ‘The Wheel of Time’ Falls Flat


FSR chief television critic Valerie Ettenhofer says it’s hard to engage with Amazon’s new high fantasy series thanks to its middling CGI and overstuffed mythology.

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‘Ragtime’ and Milos Forman Secure Our Home Video Pick of the Week


Plus 19 more new releases to watch at home this week on 4K UHD, Blu-ray, and DVD!

The People Under The Stairs

Housing, Class, and the Thematic Punch of ‘The People Under the Stairs’


Here’s a look at why Wes Craven’s 1991 horror film is as relevant as ever.

Turner and Hooch in Finch

‘Finch’ Pairs Tom Hanks and a Dog at the End of the World


There’s no excuse for a sci-fi/drama road trip movie to be this unaffecting and uninteresting.

Rich people in Red Notice

‘Red Notice’ is Devoid of Thrills, Chemistry, and Purpose


Skip it and watch ‘The Harder They Fall’ instead.

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12 Movies to Watch if You Like ‘Home Alone’


We recommend a dozen movies that provide a film history guide to the holiday classic starring Macaulay Culkin.