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More to the story: a "12 Strong" review

On Sept. 11, a devastating strike was made against America, and in the new film "12 Strong," we see America's first strike back against those who orchestrated the events of that fateful day. more

Stop the Presses: A review of "The Post"

News. It drives the country — hard-hitting reports, puff pieces and even the newly crafted “fake news.” It graces newspapers, magazines, television, radio and online media outlets. … more

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Catherine Zeta-Jones gives an Emmy-deserving performance as Griselda Blanco, a pioneer in the Miami-based cocaine trade in the late ’70s ... more

The Show Goes On: A Review of The Greatest Showman

P.T. Barnum (Hugh Jackman) has always envisioned a better life for his family. Struggling to survive after losing his job, he comes up with an idea that will put him front and center for the birth of … more

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Airing live coast-to-coast from the Beverly Hilton Hotel Sunday night, Seth Meyers will take the stage to host (for the first time) the 75th Annual Golden Globe Awards. more

What movies do you want to see in 2018?

There's no shortage of interesting movies on the horizon for 2018. Here are our 'top 10' to look forward to in the coming year. more

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The X-Files: The X-Files returns with 10 new episodes as FBI Special Agents Fox Mulder (David Duchovny) and Dana Scully (Gillian Anderson) try to find answers for unexplainable phenomena... more

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Doctor Who: This year's Doctor Who Christmas special, titled "Twice Upon a Time," is Peter Capaldi's final episode as the Doctor ... more

Best bets for TV over the holidays

Here's some of the best programs to watch while chestnuts roast over an open fire in the coming weeks. more

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Homicide for the Holidays: Did you know the worst family massacre in U.S. history ­occurred at Christmastime? … more

Anything but a Disaster: A review of The Disaster Artist

Bad movies can be fun. I've always had an affinity for both the best and the worst that hit the silver screen. Every time I sit down, I look forward to the journey that will unfold before my eyes. … more

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Jonathan Rhys Meyers joins History Channel's 'Vikings' in Season 5, which kicks off tonight with a two-hour premiere Wednesday. Meyers plays Heahmund, one of the "warrior bishops" of old ... more

Dermot Mulroney is onboard Hallmark's "The Christmas Train"

As part of Hallmark Channel's bounty of five new original films airing over the Thanksgiving holiday ... more

Justice for some: a "Justice League" review

We love feeling that someone is protecting us in every corner of the world … more

Elizabeth Smart reclaims her truth in Lifetime biopic

Why didn't she run? Why didn't she scream? Why didn't she tell puzzled bystanders or suspicious cops that she was, indeed, Elizabeth Smart?  more

'Thor' Rocks: Another absolute good time from Marvel

I really have come to enjoy a good superhero movie. Gone are the days of plotless action films that make you regret the time you spent, especially given the increased run times in the genre. I'm so happy to say the new film Thor: Ragnarok is well worth every minute you spend with it. more

'Suburbicon': what you see is not always what you get

It's the perfect town. Everyone's grass is meticulously maintained. Crime is virtually nonexistent. A friendly wave to all the neighbors is an everyday occurrence. The new film Suburbicon from director George Clooney focuses on this community that shares its name. more

Reality is never fair: A review of "Only the Brave"

"Hotshots" is the name given to the elite line of men and women fighting our nation's wildfires. They are on the front lines as the devastating flames envelop the land around them. We take a look at … more

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Wisdom of the Crowd: "Clear History"CBS, 8pmIn the new episode "Clear History," Tanner's (Jeremy Piven) previous company claims Sophe was created using their copyrighted codes and legally threatens … more

“Marshall”: An iconic figure deserves more

From slavery to the civil rights movement to present-day protests, race relations have always been an issue in the United States. The new film Marshall takes a look at one immensely positive figure in the struggle for racial equality and his actions that changed America.

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