Movies

8. I Heart Huckabees (2004) Admittedly, I Heart Huckabees isn’t everyone’s deal. It’s sometimes seen as too twee, too cutesy, too beholden to the quirky indie movie cliches of the early ’00s. That’s understandable, to a certain respect, but that’s also overlooking how smartly it’s executed, how stylish it can be, and how much it’s
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Metroidvania is a subgenre of video games that features a combination of mechanics first found in Castlevania: Symphony of the Night and Metroid. This now beloved subgenre had its humble beginnings in the 80s as then unrecognized Japanese developers toiled over the creation of complex levels and truly challenging difficulty. What were initially just elements of a series
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I begrudgingly have to admit that, while it is widely considered the finest film in the action genre, Die Hard is not perfect. The 1988 box office smash, which had explosive results for Bruce Willis’ career (literally and figuratively), has the slick cinematography, first rate special effects, top-notch casting, and heart-racing excitement that every thriller
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Both Harry Potter and its spin-off film series Fantastic Beasts take place in an alternate fantasy world that resembles the real world but in which magic exists. The non-magical humans, called “Muggles” in Harry Potter and “No-Majs” in Fantastic Beasts, are unaware of the magical world that coexists with their own world with most magical beings and artifacts being rendered invisible to
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Broadway producers are “cautiously optimistic” as attendance figures for last week show little, if any, immediate impact from the global coronavirus scare. Charlotte St. Martin, president of the Broadway League trade organization representing producers and theater owners, said in a conference call with reporters this afternoon that she was “even a bit surprised” with today’s
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