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Review: His Name is 'Luca,' and He's a Charmer

Review: His Name is 'Luca,' and He's a Charmer

MOVIES | By Kevin Taft | Jun 16
"Luca" is undeniably the gayest movie Disney has ever made, even if they don't come out and say it - and that's a good thing.

Review: 'Revolution Rent' a 'Season of Love' in Havana

Review: 'Revolution Rent' a 'Season of Love' in Havana

TELEVISION | By Kilian Melloy | Jun 15
Andy Señor Jr., who played Angel in the original Broadway production of "Rent," takes on the task of staging the play in Havana in 2014 in this engaging documentary.

Review: 'Mortal Kombat' Gives the Video Game Dynamic Movie Treatment

Review: 'Mortal Kombat' Gives the Video Game Dynamic Movie Treatment

MOVIES | By JC Alvarez | Jun 11
The highly anticipated feature film reboot of the revolutionary video game proves that the franchise that's been kicking around for decades still has a lot of fight left in it.

Review: 'Feel Good - Season 2' Continues To Address Tough Topics With an Emotional Tone

Review: 'Feel Good - Season 2' Continues To Address Tough Topics With an Emotional Tone

TELEVISION | By Noe Kamelamela | Jun 4
In the final season of "Feel Good," Mae struggles to reconcile their past behaviors as an addict.

Review: 'Lisey's Story' a Messy, but Atmospheric, Miniseries Adaptation

Review: 'Lisey's Story' a Messy, but Atmospheric, Miniseries Adaptation

TELEVISION | By Kilian Melloy | Jun 4
The eight-part miniseries adaptation of "Lisey's Story" showcases top-drawer acting and superlative design, but the flashback-heavy structure and overall writing make it hard to make sense of.

Review: Steamy 'Lucifer' Back For Season 5 (Part B)

Review: Steamy 'Lucifer' Back For Season 5 (Part B)

TELEVISION | By Noe Kamelamela | Jun 1
The second half of "Lucifer," Season 5 heats up screens with promises that its final season will hopefully deliver next year.

Review: 'In Treatment - Season Four' Compelling, But Wildly Uneven

Review: 'In Treatment - Season Four' Compelling, But Wildly Uneven

TELEVISION | By Charles Nash | May 24
HBO's prestige drama is back in this compelling, though wildly uneven, reboot. Uzo Aduba shines as the central therapist.

Review: Glossy 'Solos' on Amazon Prime Melancholic and Deeply Affecting

Review: Glossy 'Solos' on Amazon Prime Melancholic and Deeply Affecting

TELEVISION | By Kilian Melloy | May 21
Amazon Prime's new sci-fin anthology series may reach for the stars here and there, but its character-driven stories remain happily rooted in earthy matters of common, sometimes pathetic, humanity.

Review: James Moll's Piercing Documentary 'The Last Days' Gets a Restoration and Proves More Urgent

Review: James Moll's Piercing Documentary 'The Last Days' Gets a Restoration and Proves More Urgent

MOVIES | By Kilian Melloy | May 19
James Moll's piercing 1998 documentary "The Last Days" has received a remastering and, looking at the world we live in right now, it feels like the film's re-release on Netflix is happening none too soon.

Review: '1971: The Year That Music Changed Everything' a Captivating Look Back that Resounds with Our Times

Review: '1971: The Year That Music Changed Everything' a Captivating Look Back that Resounds with Our Times

MOVIES | By Kevin Schattenkirk | May 18
This docuseries presents a captivating look back at a period of time where popular music soundtracked resistance while looking forward intently.

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