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If you don’t defend the right to be offensive no matter the situation and no matter the stakes, you create a situation in which the right to offend slips away.

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HBO's horror-comedy lets us imagine a world where it's okay that we can't find justice, because rich people will inevitably destroy themselves.

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Whoever is nominated, the debates have reminded us that it's possible to have tough, even personal, disagreements and still be productive.

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Of all the complaints that could be leveled against “It: Chapter 2,” the most curious is that its opening moments represent a case of stark homophobia.

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Though not quite ignored at the box office or roundly dismissed by critics, “Public Enemies” deserves more acclaim and recognition for acutely capturing life in a time of turmoil and change.

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"The Matrix" was the absolute perfect movie for its moment. Can a sequel hit the same sweet spot?

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The very things that make Spicer's upcoming appearance on the show repulsive are exactly why it cast him.

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  • Opinion

Paranoia in American life has reached fever pitch, despite the fact that we can’t decide what, exactly, to be paranoid about.

  • Opinion

Hollywood is awash in money, and it's smothering ideas.

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As “Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood” becomes Quentin Tarantino’s latest movie to pass $100 million at the domestic box office, let’s take a moment to appreciate a stinging bit of satire in the film recognizable by anyone who has paid attention to box office figures and multiplex offerings over the last few years.

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