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Turns out that it's too hard to choose just one. Many critics are calling 2018 a great year for movies, and with rich material from “Roma” to “Eighth Grade” to “The Favourite” to “A Star is Born,” that’s a hard position to oppose. But there have been many years that felt monumental while we lived them, and then proceeded to fade with time.
Most job seekers have a separation story that would make a clown cry. And, it is told far too often when the seeker is given the opportunity. Thereby shrinking the possibility of a friend or stranger wanting to know more about how to help in the job search.
This dark, over-stuffed and uneven but gorgeous-looking, beautifully scored and richly costumed sequel may be embraced by Potterverse fans, but it may also be losing those with something less than an allegiance to all things Rowling.
As Michelle Obama's highly anticipated memoir "Becoming" arrives, it's clear that the former first lady is occupying a space in the culture beyond politics. With an arena book tour featuring A-list special guests, she seems to exist in the middle ground between two icons she calls friends, Oprah Winfrey and Beyoncé Knowles-Carter. Her approach is short of Winfrey's full-on confessional style but goes further than the guarded intimacy of Knowles-Carter's art and performances.
This is a "Call of Duty" for the modern era.
“First Man” adds to our canon of space movies. But what makes something a space movie? Here, an answer.
Like the “Annabelle” movies, “The Nun” is riding on the fumes of “The Conjuring” films proper. But that still puts it ahead of dreck like “Slender Man.”