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‘Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile’ is Surprisingly Bland

Berlinger has managed to downplay a story of horrendous crime, and to even romanticize a serial killer in the process.

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Closure after ‘Endgame’: Proof that Tony Stark Has a Heart

With 10 films featuring Iron Man, Marvel has carefully constructed Tony Stark's journey.

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A Conversation with Olivia Wilde, Beanie Feldstein, and Kaitlyn Dever of ‘Booksmart’ at the Brattle Theatre

On April 11, after a screening of "Booksmart," Olivia Wilde sat down with screenwriter Katherine Silberman, Dever, and Feldstein at the Brattle Theatre to field questions from the audience.

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What’s New on Netflix: May 2019

Netflix is freshening up for spring with an array of new and old films available to stream beginning May 1. In theme and content, these flicks run the gamut.

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‘Real Wisdom’: ‘Booksmart’ Cast Discusses Crafting a Generational Anthem for Today’s Youth

The Harvard Crimson sat down with Olivia Wilde, Beanie Feldstein, Kaitlyn Dever, and Katherine Silberman to discuss their new film, "Booksmart."

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The Real ‘Curse of La Llorona’ Was Having to Watch It

“La Llorona” is ultimately an average horror film at best.

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‘Tone-Deaf’ Fails to Hit the Right Note

This film is a must-see in the same way that “Sharknado” or “The Human Centipede” are must-sees — purely for their shock value.

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‘The Chaperone’ Should’ve Left Its Bland Story In the Past

Female empowerment. Sexuality. The new era of women. Director Michael Engler tries to juggle all of these themes in “The Chaperone,” yet the film falls short.

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‘Long Shot’ Brings Romance to the White House

This “average guy falls in love with a hot girl” story has been told time and time again, but “Long Shot” comes with a twist: The hot girl in question is the current Secretary of State and a presidential candidate, and the average guy is… still just average, or so it seems.

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‘High Life’ Traffics in the Taboo

Fusing the abject and the sublime with stunning sleights of hand, Denis crafts a unique vision of deep space in this deliciously disturbing must-see.

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‘Lunch Ladies’ Serves Up a Bland Helping

This odd film will certainly keep one’s eyes on the screen, but leave one wondering, “What just happened?”

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‘Shazam!' Is Among DC's Best

With a charismatic lead actor in Zachary Levi, a springy, lighthearted tone, and a solid emotional arc, this film is exactly what the D.C. Extended Universe needs.

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Portrait of an Artist: Clarissa Jacobson

The Harvard Crimson sat down with Clarissa Jacobson to discuss her short film, "Lunch Ladies," and the process of combining comedy and horror.

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Alison Klayman on her New Film ‘The Brink’ and Her Unlikely Relationship with Steve Bannon

The Harvard Crimson sits down with director Alison Klayman to discuss her documentary, "The Brink," about Steve Bannon, the former chairman of Breitbart News and President Donald Trump's Chief Strategist.

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This reviewer watched ‘Clickbait,’ and you won’t believe what she has to say!

Despite its experimental approach, "Clickbait" fails to create a convincing “world” for the viewer to rail against, thereby satirizing the very effort of social critique, rather than addressing societal issues themselves.