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Brady M. Connolly

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Stars On Ice Review: Figure Skating Experts Dazzle in Boston

With a mix of both individual, pair, and group performances, the show was a theatrical spectacle of bright lights, mash-ups of hit songs, and mystifying on-ice stunts.

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‘The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent’ Review: A Love Letter to Nicolas Cage Superfans

From the film’s opening shot, in which a couple watches a Nick Cage movie and comments on its brilliance, it is abundantly clear that the movie is going to lean heavily on its unique casting choice.

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‘The Kardashians’ Review: New Show, Same Escapist Fun

Does provide a wholly new viewing experience? No — but “The Kardashians” provides a much-needed dose of slightly ridiculous, completely unrelatable, and genuinely fun escapist television.

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‘Severance’ Season One Review: Television’s Most Promising and Inventive New Show is a Must-Watch

This gripping science fiction thriller is one of television’s most ingenious, visually stunning, and well-rounded new series.

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‘Sweetest Pie’ Review: Megan Thee Stallion and Dua Lipa Collaboration Falters

The pop anthem has its moments that are sure to please, but it ultimately suffers from generic, forgettable melodies.

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‘The Dropout’ Premiere Review: Elizabeth Holmes Drama is a bit of a Bloody Mess

Like any story about scams of such a large magnitude, there is something intrinsically fascinating about untangling the web of lies that will keep viewers engaged regardless of the series’ cheesy moments.

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Dua Lipa Concert Review: An Irresistible Disco Pop Fantasy

Lipa’s Feb. 18 concert at TD Garden was a far cry from tired, with the artist delivering a dynamic, technicolor spectacle of artistry and escapist joy.

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Oscars Snubs and Surprises: Kristen Stewart, Lady Gaga, Ruth Negga, and More

It is officially time to conduct a thorough Oscar nominations debrief in preparation for the ceremony on March 27 hosted by Regina Hall, Amy Schumer, and Wanda Sykes.


Please Don’t Judge Me: My Letterboxd Top Four Exposé

As any Letterboxd loyalist will tell you, there are few things as telling as someone’s top four films.

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‘Ozark’ Season Four, Part One Review: A Gift That Keeps On Giving

Few shows on television now (and possibly ever) have managed to improve exponentially over time — “Ozark” is one such show.

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Artist Profile: Jenna Raine

Beyond providing ideas for new songs, Raine’s clever use of social media has also furthered her personal artistic goal of connecting with her supporters.

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‘Initiation: In Love Solidarity’ Uses Dance to Reclaim Power

Instead, it chose to emphasize a much more hopeful dimension of the African diaspora in a modern context: reclamation.

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Introducing Marvel’s Newest Venture: ‘Saturday Night Live’

Studio 8H, the legendary filming site of “Saturday Night Live,” will be the new home of Marvel fan favorites for two back-to-back weeks.

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‘What We Do in The Shadows’ Mid-Season Review: TV’s Hidden Gem Soars to New Heights

Just as the first two seasons were masterclasses in niche, absurdist humor, the third season soars at every turn.

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‘MONTERO' Review: Lil Nas X’s Inspiring New Album is an Undeniable Delight

After spending recent years dealing with homophobic attacks, Lil Nas X finally takes back all the power society has stripped from him, a mission that is evident in the album’s meaningful lyrics, inventive sonic composition, and overall aesthetic.