Alt-Summer Movie Preview Haunted Dolls, Docs and Tupac

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Beatriz at Dinner: Stop us if you’ve heard this one before: A fish-out-of-water visitor at a fancy dinner party becomes.

Okja: Imagine an Eighties Spielberg movie weaned on laughing gas and The Omnivore’s Dilemma – that’s the most concise.

All Eyez on Me: From a revolutionary’s son to gangster-rap superstar to cultural icon – the question is not whether.

Buena Vista Social Club: Wim Wenders’ 1999 doc on the Buena Vista Social Club re-introduced Cuban music to the masses.

My Cousin Rachel: Oh, so you like a little intrigue, paranoia and murder with your period pieces? Then you’ll dig this adaptation.

The B Side: He’s profiled war criminals, Holocaust deniers, convicted felons and beauty-pageant winners gone bad.

The Bad Batch: She gave the world the greatest black-and-white Iranian-vampire spaghetti Western horror movie ever.

The Hero: You know his voice – a deep, gravelly, mega-masculine baritone that’s graced everything from.

The Book of Henry: Take one precocious, preternaturally mature 11-year-old kid (Midnight Special‘s Jaeden Lieberher).

War Machine: Based on journalist Michael Hastings’ book The Operators (and the award-winning Rolling Stone article that inspired it.

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