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    Review: 'Bloodline' Season 2 Delivers on the Promise of Outstanding TV

    Kyle Chandler absolutely kills it in a follow-up season that far surpasses the first.

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    Review: 'Chef's Table' Season 2 Isn't Actually For Foodies, and That's What Makes It Great

    Netflix's exquisite docu-series uses its stunning visuals to highlight compelling personal stories, but it's only masquerading as a show about food.

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    'The Do-Over' Review: Adam Sandler's Awful New Netflix Comedy Will Make You Wish He'd Stop Trying

    Want to see the logic of 'The Maltese Falcon' combined with the humor of 'There's Something About Mary'? This is your movie.

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    Review: 'The Ones Below' Is a Wannabe Polanski Thriller

    Genre tropes can't save David Farr's twisted feature.

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    Woody Allen, Mel Gibson & More Maligned Auteurs: How to Justify Watching Their Films (Or Not)

    IndieWire debates some of the recent conversations swirling around these tarnished filmmakers as they continue to produce new work.

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    'Holy Hell' Review: Will Allen Spent 20 Years In a Cult and All He Got Was This Documentary

    The Sundance hit offers an unprecedented look inside a horrifying new age cult, but offers few new insights.

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    'Warcraft' Review Roundup: Critics Say Game Over To Duncan Jones' MMORPG Adaptation

    The film hits theaters on June 10.

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    Review: 'Wayward Pines' Season 2 Loses Everything—Even the Allure of M. Night Shyamalan

    M. Night Shyamalan is all but erased from the follow-up to "Wayward Pines," and that's surprisingly detrimental.

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