• Variety | 11/17/2018 | Peter Debruge
    In late 1965, Gay Talese set out to profile Frank Sinatra for Esquire magazine. Sinatra refused to be interviewed, but allowed the writer to hang around, observing, which he did for three months,...
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  • Variety | 11/16/2018 | Dennis Harvey
    There have been many ups and downs in John Travolta’s career, which currently rests in a valley equivalent to the one he’d hit just before “Pulp Fiction” a quarter-century ago.
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  • CNET | 11/16/2018 | Jennifer Bisset
    We first saw Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them gambol out of the wilderness in 2001 as a novella written by J.K. Rowling to benefit UK nonprofit Comic Relief.
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  • Variety | 11/16/2018 | Daniel D'Addario
    Earlier this year, Bill Clinton undertook a publicity tour — his first in some time disconnected from his wife’s political career, and one designed to promote a thriller novel he’d co-written with...
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  • Washington Free Beacon | 11/16/2018 | Sonny Bunch
    BY: Sonny Bunch There are two shots in The Front Runner—one complicated, one less so—that express the film’s visual language and thematic content. Movie - Closing - Moments - National - Convention...
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  • Variety | 11/15/2018 | Daniel D'Addario
    The migration of movie stars to television has resulted in some series that seem divinely ordained — from Nicole Kidman and Reese Witherspoon in “Big Little Lies” to Billy Bob Thornton and Kirsten...
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  • TechCrunch | 11/15/2018 | Staff
    If data is the new oil, you might think of apps are the cars that need it to move. Now, a startup that has built a platform to let everyone — not just those with technical expertise — m......
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  • WIRED | 11/15/2018 | Jeffrey Van Camp
    I always feel a bond with people who tell me they owned a Zune back in the day. Microsoft’s also-ran MP3 player never became a hit, but it was a fabulous little music machine and its influence can...
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  • WIRED | 11/14/2018 | Joe Ray
    Moments after plugging in Amazon's new Alexa-connected microwave I was about to review, the first thing I noticed was the word that popped up on its screen: FAIL.
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  • Variety | 11/14/2018 | Caroline Framke
    Just about any crime story can find an audience if it’s told with enough drama and intrigue. Though the true crime genre has been exploding in recent years thanks to podcasts (“Serial”) and...
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  • Variety | 11/22/2018 | Courtney Howard
    Director Clay Kaytis’ “The Christmas Chronicles” isn’t going to make audiences believe in the power of Christmas, let alone stoke the spirit of the holiday season, but boy does it exhaust itself...
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  • Variety | 11/12/2018 | Owen Gleiberman
    In “Amazing Grace,” a 46-year-old gospel concert movie that feels like a rough gem unearthed in a time capsule, Aretha Franklin, standing at the pulpit of the New Temple Missionary Baptist Church in...
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  • Variety | 11/13/2018 | Daniel D'Addario
    When we meet Joyce Mitchell, she’s at a low moment, being questioned about her role in a prison breakout. She’s combative, bristling and insistent on being called by her nickname, Tilly, and...
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  • CNET | 11/13/2018 | Jennifer Bisset
    We first saw Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them gambol out of the wilderness in 2001 as a novella written by JK Rowling for Comic Relief. The slim volume had fun cataloguing the outlandish...
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