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‘Dunkirk’ Review

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  • The Violent, Post-Truth 2017 Predicted in ‘The Running Man’? We’re Living in It

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  • ‘Suicide Squad’: Proof that the Superhero Movie is Invincible

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  • Five Films that will Help you Understand the Modern Arab World

  • How ‘Captain America: Civil War’ Echoes Our Political Anxieties

  • ‘Eye in the Sky’: A Review

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  • ‘Batman v Superman’ is a Po-Faced Exercise in Franchise-Building

  • ‘13 Hours’: What Actually Happened at Benghazi

  • A Force Awakened: Why So Many Find Meaning in ‘Star Wars’?

  • ‘The Force Awakens’: A Sugar High, but not a Great Movie

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  • How JJ Abrams Ruined ‘Star Trek’ and What That Means for ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’

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  • The ‘Star Wars’ Overload

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  • The Twilight of the Superhero?

  • The Science and Fiction behind ‘Blade Runner’

  • Remembering Composer James Horner

  • The Deep Influence of the A-bomb on Anime and Manga

  • Compton Commodified: N.W.A. was Always a Blend of Fiction and Reality

  • ‘Mad Max: Fury Road,’ a Review

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  • ‘Asahiza,’ a Review

  • How ‘Mad Max’ Wrote the Script for the Action Blockbuster

  • Weird Cinema: “Unabashed Nationalist” vs. a “Fascist”

  • Smiting the Brats: Jeremy Clarkson, ‘Top Gear’ and the BBC

  • Sean Penn and Globalization

  • At its Core, ‘American Sniper’ is about White Fear

  • ‘Red Army’ Portrayal of Soviet Hockey Misses Mark

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