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‘The Young Offenders’: Ireland’s Big-Hearted, Beautiful, Pain-Filled, Tragic, Working Class, Breakout Comedy

Dark and twisted, as only the Irish can do, The Young Offenders is a bold, hilarious take on working class problems.

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‘Dead Man’ and the Surreal Landscape of Jim Jarmusch

Jim Jarmusch's visionary western gets a bold new release from Criterion.

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Moontower Comedy: Tig Notaro And Janeane Garofalo Say What’s On Their Minds

Austin's premiere comedy festival brought some bigs name in for its first night.

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Why ‘The Last Jedi’ Is The Best ‘Star Wars’ Movie

With the home release of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, we look back on what made it such a great installment on the saga.

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Why ‘Silicon Valley’ Will Succeed Without Erlich Bachman

TJ Miller's departure might just be the best thing that could have happened to HBO's hit comedy series.

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The Ten Best Films of 2017

The myth that cinema is dying continues to get shut down, as these ten films prove.

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The Film And TV Moments That Defined 2017

The moments on the big and small screen that shaped this year's entertainment

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‘Le Samourai’ and the Birth of Cool

Celebrating the Criterion Collection's re-release of Jean-Pierre Melville's classic noir on Blu-ray, we look back on what makes Le Samourai so enduringly cool.

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Halloween Screaming Guide

There's no need to risk the crowds and the mayhem of Halloween when you can stay home and enjoy these terrifying visions.

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Roger Deakins: The Academy’s Unluckiest Visionary Genius

Cinematographer Roger Deakins is one of the best, and one of the unluckiest, men working in Hollywood today,

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