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Miraculously messy, engagingly poignant and gleefully lacking in subtlety, the finale of “Sense8” was a joyous celebration of lust, love, wonder and the perseverance in unifying people of all cultures and creeds. “Sense8,” a beautiful and u…

As Netflix steps up their original programming game, it can be hard to cut through the glut of new films and series emerging every weekend. Some projects, however, still shine with promise. Take “Set It Up,” a “The Parent Trap”-meets-“Horri…

In a well-worn municipal swimming pool in Brazil, the handsome, popular 33-year-old instructor Rubens (a superb Daniel de Oliveira) takes one of his best pupils, Alex (Luiz Felipe Mello), aside to check in with him. 6-year-old Alex has been morose sinc…

There’s a tremendous documentary to be made in the premise for “Tag,” the feature directorial debut of Jeff Tomsic. Inspired by a true story, the new comedy centers around a group of life-long friends who’ve played the same game…

“When it sticks to its game, Tag actually does achieve a sort of nostalgic, play for play’s sake charm.” The post Tag Review appeared first on ComingSoon.net.

The Bingeworthy™ Breakdown is an occasional look at new TV shows in a more casual format. An estimated 500 scripted seasons of TV will air in 2018, and to help you sort the wheat from the chaff, we’re going to give you the lowdown to help you work out …

It’s hard to believe it’s been a whopping 14 years since “The Incredibles” opened. Not only has the movie, which had an almost mythic importance when it was released (since it marked the union of renowned filmmaker Brad Bird with the powerh…

Having earned the right to be selective and turned into a fine director in her own right, Jodie Foster hasn’t appeared in a film in five years because at this stage in her life; she doesn’t have to do anything she doesn’t damn well please. One then pre…

The visiting women — and it is always women — appraise the neatly laid out ornaments, cutlery and linens in a large colonial drawing room with impatient disinterest. They’re like already sated carrion birds idly picking at a carcass. …