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Secret Service thriller skewers contemporary political paranoia, but it is dull and boring.

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A normal young woman is pursued by murderous one-percenters. No, it isn’t “The Hunt.”

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The 92-year-old matriarch of a Jewish family drops a bombshell. This movie about it is a dud.

Why would you want to punish some of the hardest workers in the industry?

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‘Aquarela’ is an unsettling meditation on the terrible beauty of water.

This week brings a great beer showcase at ChurchKey, a chance to tee off at Nationals Park and the season's final Jazz in the Garden.

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FIRST BITE | Amy Brandwein’s wood-burning oven beckons in CityCenterDC.

You can lose yourself for hours in Rock Creek Park. Here are three spots to start exploring.

Nostalgia for the ’90s is going longer than the decade itself — and it's become one of D.C.'s major cultural exports.

This weekend brings a chance to celebrate the late Chuck Brown, catch a classic Jackie Chan film, and even bring home a piece of the old Black Cat.

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Here’s what parents need to know.

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Spiky, passionate, fierce and broken, the title character is the perfect role for this actress.

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‘One Child Nation’ won the Documentary Grand Prize at Sundance.

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‘My Iran: Six Women Photographers” spotlights the diverse work of contemporary female photographers from Iran.

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“Good Boys” comes from Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg, the producing team behind “Superbad.”

See Sidney Gish, Jesus Piece, Summer Cannibals and Alex Lahey live.

The D.C. band has a new album (“Saint Luxury”) and upcoming gig at DC9.

  • Chris Kelly
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A Pakistani British teen finds solace in the music of the Boss in the charming ‘Blinded by the Light.’

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Sweetly comic yarn puts a contemporary spin on ‘The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.’

‘My goal is to forget that you’re in America,’ says the owner, a native of Gambia.

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The animated sequel delivers a good message: If we put aside our differences, we might save the world.

  • Pat Padua
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