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Super Soundtrack: ‘Kimi’ (dir. Steven Soderbergh) on HBO Max

Kimi is now streaming on HBO Max, and Steven Soderbergh’s latest film boasts an interesting soundtrack. The music and score for the movie is actually pretty minimal, but there are some astounding musical moments going on here.

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Film Review: ‘Marry Me’ (dir. Kat Coiro)

Jennifer Lopez is back in a rom-com, and that can never be seen as a bad thing. As much as I love seeing JLo in her hard-hitting roles, there’s something about Rom-Com JLo™ that everyone agrees is just nice.

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Film Review: ‘Kimi’ (dir. Steven Soderbergh) on HBO Max

Subdued but simultaneously compelling, ‘Kimi’ had a plan, it knew what it wanted to do, and it executed it. It didn’t need to be more than 90 minutes long, and it was the better for its compact presentation.

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Super Soundtrack: “Reacher” on Amazon Prime Video

Please do NOT let Prime Video’s new series “Reacher” fly under your radar. It’s a show so intense and addictive that it’ll have you hooked before you know it. There is twist after twist in this crime drama, and they just keep coming.

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Super Soundtrack: “Pam & Tommy” on Hulu

Hulu’s “Pam & Tommy” is the show that everyone is going to be talking about for the next few weeks, and rightfully so.

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Super Soundtrack: “The Afterparty” on Apple TV+

With one of the more star-studded casts of a TV series lately, “The Afterparty” is now streaming on Apple TV+.

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Super Soundtrack: “grown-ish” on Freeform [Season 4]

“grown-ish” is back on Freeform, and it’s graduation season!

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Film Review: ‘Cha Cha Real Smooth’ (dir. Cooper Raiff) Sundance | 2022

I love Cooper Raiff. I love Dakota Johnson. This is a sincere, vulnerable, honest, thoughtful movie that captures exactly how it feels to be a young adult trying to figure out the world. A story so specific yet so universal.

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Film Review: Netflix’s ‘jeen-yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy — act i: VISION’ (dir. Clarence “Coodie” Simmons & Chike Ozah) | Sundance 2022

It’s pretty eerie and surprisingly ironic to hear how he manifested his entire career. Ideas he had about the type of music he wanted to create and the opportunities he made for himself almost all came true over the course of the next two decades.

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Film Review: ‘Emergency’ (dir. Carey Williams) | Sundance 2022

A dark comedy with some Gen Z satire and social commentary packed in, ‘Emergency’ is definitely a highlight of my Sundance 2022 experience. This funny college party movie quickly shifts its focus to touch on problems today’s youth face. The film follows three young men of color who are forced to weigh the pros and cons of calling the police after discovering a drunk white girl knocked out in their house.