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‘Atlanta’ Ends Its Bizarre, Experimental Third Season With a Bizarre, Experimental Finale

"Tarrare" is a story about Van—or at least some version of Van. What does it mean in the larger context of the season?

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‘Atlanta’ Is Showing It Can Still Be Anything at Any Time

A lot has changed since the FX series last aired. But if the first two episodes of Season 3 are any indication, ‘Atlanta’ will offer what it always did.

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You Want It Darker: A Character Study of Robert Pattinson’s Emo Batman

‘The Batman’ offers a view of a more psychologically wounded Cape Crusader. It’s perhaps the most honest representation of how the character would behave in real life.

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The Glacially Paced Greatness of ‘Chillin Island’

The HBO Max series, which wraps its first season on Friday, is the latest worthwhile entry into a genre best described as "slow comedy"

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The Real Monster of ‘Ghostbusters: Afterlife’ Is Lazy IP

The reboot of the classic franchise is a perfectly inoffensive watch that rarely rises above comfort food for fans

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Wes Anderson Hasn’t Changed With ‘The French Dispatch.’ And That’s Perfectly Fine.

The auteur’s new film is what you’ve come to expect from his films: a quirky, beautiful, ensemble affair with a heart lurking beneath all its stylistic flourishes

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Anthony Bourdain, ‘Roadrunner,’ and the Persistent Burden of Fame

The new documentary on the famed chef is a glimpse into a singular life, but in many ways, it’s a story we’ve become sadly all too familiar with

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How ‘Devs’ Explores the Silicon Valley God Complex

The limited FX series, which wraps on Thursday, portrays a megalomaniac who is obsessed with power but is a prisoner to what he sees as a predetermined universe

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Absolute Power: ‘The Irishman,’ Jimmy Hoffa, and the Mob

Throughout the 19th and 20th centuries, organized crime touched every aspect of American life—none more so than the workforce