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Review: Even with Amy Adams, Netflix's 'Woman in the Window' is a psychological non-thriller
The long-delayed adaptation of A.J. Finn's controversy-stirring psychological thriller has not been worth the wait.
Review: Jihadist investigation drama 'Profile' is high in tension
"Profile," the fact-based story of a female journalist going undercover to be recruited by Islamic State, is inventive and scary.
Universal apologizes after using a man to dub Laverne Cox in 'Promising Young Woman'
Universal Pictures International is 'working diligently to fix' the Italian version of 'Promising Young Woman' after Laverne Cox was dubbed by a male actor.
Review: A tortured franchise returns in 'Spiral: From the Book of Saw.' The result will make you scream
Chris Rock and Samuel L. Jackson revive the "Saw" franchise with humor and contemporary twists in "Spiral."
Review: 'The Killing of Two Lovers' is a powerful drama about a family on the brink
Robert Machoian's Sundance-premiered drama features a powerful performance from Clayne Crawford as a small-town father separated from his wife and children.
Meet the manager who is trying to open doors for disabled people in Hollywood
A group of creatives and executives with disabilities in Hollywood is pushing employers to start including accessibility as part of inclusion initiatives.
Review: Young-adult romance 'Finding You' is on a quest for the obvious
It's unlikely viewers will lose themselves in YA romance 'Finding You.'
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Review: A Saudi woman seeks to drive change in charming 'The Perfect Candidate'
'The Perfect Candidate,' a new film from director Haifaa al-Mansour ("Wadjda") about the changing roles of women in Saudi Arabia.
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