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ICYMI: Fox 4’s Steve Noviello goes after woman suspected of stealing an identity — his own



Don’t mess with consumer reporters. Especially don’t mess with their credit-card info. Read more

TV review: ‘Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp’

Wet Hot American Summer was a 2001 comedic romp whose cult status has only grown over the years. Why? Because several members of the cast were on their way to A-list status, but also because the movie was a spot-on spoof of other spoofs, namely summer camp movies like... Read more

Movie review: ‘Mission: Impossible — Rogue Nation’



The “Mission: Impossible” franchise has a lot in common with Old Faithful: it’s a popular summertime attraction; it’s predictable as clockwork; and features acts of nature — a geyser of boiling water in one case, Tom Cruise’s abs in the other — tha... Read more

Movie review: ‘Vacation’


Warner Bros. Entertainment

There must be a way to pay tribute to ’80s comedy classics like National Lampoon’s Vacation without using the opportunity to traffic in archaic sexism, gender panic and off-color racial jokes. Read more

Actor Craig Robinson rewrites history — his own — for new series



When it comes to Craig Robinson, we need a scorecard to keep everything straight. Read more

Movie review: ‘A LEGO Brickumentary’



If there’s one idea that A LEGO Brickumentary wants to express, it’s that those little plastic bricks aren’t just child’s play. The documentary about everyone’s favorite construction block toy seeks to educate audiences about the lim... Read more

Movie review: ‘The Stanford Prison Experiment’

The Stanford prison experiment still ranks as one of the world’s most controversial psychological experiments, even though it took place in 1971. Read more

Camp Firewood is back in business in ‘Wet Hot American Summer’

The cast keeps aging, but the joke never seems to get old. Read more

Disney villains’ children up to no good in ‘Descendants’


Disney Channel

The bad apple doesn’t fall far from the tree. Read more

Movie review: ‘Irrational Man’


Sabrina Lantos

Woody Allen, apparently, has something to confide. Year after year, movie after movie, he comes back to a select few themes and ideas over and over again. Read more

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