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‘Get Out’

We’re five months into 2017, and I still haven’t seen a better movie than Get Out. Director Jordan Peele’s blisteringly smart, phenomenally tense film blends everything from body horror to social commentary, sneaky comedy to A+ performances. It’s honestly the total package of a movie, in a genre where we don’t always expect this kind of excellence.

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‘Joyful Noise’

Hallelujah, a Hollywood musical that features actors who can SING! Grieving the death of her husband (a welcomed appearance by Kris Kristofferson), G.G. Sparrow (Dolly Parton) must deal when the vivacious Vi Rose (Queen Latifah) who is appointed to her husband’s post as church choir director instead of her. The two ultimately join forces when a... Read more

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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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‘Alien’

Did you go see Alien: Covenant this weekend? Take advantage of this Ridley Scott high you're on and check out the original. Alien was made in 1979, and it is STILL one of the scariest things ever put to film. "In space, nobody can hear you scream," the tag line said. You could say the same about watching Sigourney Weaver try to outrun that... Read more

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‘The First Wives Club’

Has there ever been a more dynamic on-screen combination than Diane Keaton, Bette Midler and Goldie Hawn? Not likely! In The First Wives Club, this Hollywood dream team play three friends from college who reunite 20 years later after the death of their beloved Cynthia (a devastating Stockard Channing), who kills herself after a rough divorce. Once... Read more

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‘Moonstruck’

There's never a bad time to revisit Moonstruck, the Norman Jewison-directed, Brooklyn Heights-set 1987 romantic comedy that has come to be considered a classic of the genre. There's the near-absurdity of the delightful, coincidence-laden plot. There's Cher and co-star Nicolas Cage all dressed up at the opera. And then there's the snappy dialogue... 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.