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  • Ben Younger's workmanlike but rousing Bleed for This accomplishes something that's a tall order for any boxing movie: It makes the inspirational training-montage sequences weird. Those are generally the most requisite and unexciting...

  • 22 days ago | Film and TV

    Ben Younger’s workmanlike but nevertheless rousing Bleed for This accomplishes something that’s a tall order for any boxing movie: It makes the inspirational training-montage sequences weird. Those are generally the most requisite and unexciting e...

  • Edward Bunker's novel Dog Eat Dog (1996) kicks off with a disgusting sequence in which a two-bit criminal named Gerald "Mad Dog" McCain — caught up in a cocaine binge — stabs his girlfriend and her daughter to death in a fit of rage. "It...

  • 1 month ago | Film and TV

    Edward Bunker’s novel Dog Eat Dog (1996) kicks off with a disgusting sequence in which a two-bit criminal named Gerald “Mad Dog” McCain — caught up in a cocaine binge that Bunker describes in beat-by-beat detail across several pages — stabs his gi...

  • 2 months ago | Film and TV

    Between The Night Manager, Veep and now Chance, a new Hulu series adapted from a nasty Kem Nunn novel, Hugh Laurie has had an exceptional year in television. The Hulu program stands out slightly above the rest, considering its resonant dialogue wi...

  • In American Honey, her 162-minute fourth feature, British director Andrea Arnold sets an infatuation-at-first-sight encounter to Rihanna's "We Found Love," a conversation about dreams to Bruce Springsteen singing "Dream Baby Dream" and a...

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