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‘Tramps’

This modern take on old-school Hollywood rom-coms like It Happened One Night follows a good-natured teenager named Danny who gets roped into helping his incarcerated brother after receiving a phone call to make a suspicious drop-off. After he accidentally switches the bags, he encounters a girl named Ellie, and the two embark on a wild goose chase around New York City. This fresh flick is a delightful showcase for breakout performances from young leads Grace Van Patten and Callum Turner, and is bound to leave you smiling from ear to ear.

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‘Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope’

Forget Guardians of the Galaxythis is the original "people arguing in space" movie. Star Wars was the shot of adrenaline that the disillusioned audience of 1977 needed. The film defied all expectations of what a movie could do by featuring more aliens, more ships, more action, and more special effects than people had ever seen in one... Read more

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‘Grey’s Anatomy’

Well, they've done it again. The fine folks at Grey's Anatomy staged another season-finale disaster storyline that made one of TV's longest-running dramas appointment television again. Who lived? Who died? Who came back from being presumed dead? Is that little girl from Big Little Lies going to be okay? Stream the finale today to find out.

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‘Sherlock’ Season 4

Everyone's favorite detective is back! Season Four of Sherlock just hit Netflix. Get up to date on the all-new, totally-modern adventures of Sherlock Holmes (Benedict Cumberbatch) and Dr. Watson (Martin Freeman) as they battle their most terrifying foe yet. Nope, it's not Moriarty. There's a new villain on the horizon, lurking in the shadows, and... Read more

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‘Jackie Brown’

Quentin Tarantino's third feature film — after Reservoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction — combines the blaxploitation cool of Pam Grier with the sweaty South Florida vibe of Elmore Leonard for a film that is still unmistakably Tarantino. Jackie Brown has always been the discerning cinephile's choice for the best Tarantino film, but don't let that... Read more