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Documentary ‘Carlos’ is a loving, respectful portrait of guitar god Santana

A highlight is watching Santana and his band play in the rain during 1982’s Concert for the Americas in the Dominican Republic.

She’s Perfect Barbie. He’s Scene-Stealing Ken. Their life in plastic looks fantastic

The neatest trick is how “Barbie” can simultaneously and smoothly both mock and admire its source material.

Movie Review: A bomb and its fallout in Christopher Nolan’s ‘Oppenheimer’

Christopher Nolan’s “Oppenheimer” is a kinetic thing of dark, imposing beauty that quakes with the disquieting tremors of a forever rupture in the course of human history.

Take the leap with Tom Cruise in ‘Mission: Impossible — Dead Reckoning, Part One’

The movie that started filming pre-pandemic and has a two-and-a-half-hour runtime.

Expect “Fifty Shades Darker” to Go Even Further, Says Jamie Dornan

Fifty Shades Darker, the new installment arrives for Valentine’s Day, and invites you to slip into something a shade darker.

McDonald’s Gets Movie and Literary Spotlight with The Founder

Behind the Big Mac: McDonald's gets movie and literary spotlight. McDonald's Ray Kroc, is having a posthumous Hollywood moment in "The Founder" Movie.

Marvel’s Newest Superhero, Doctor Strange, Brings Big Movie Back

Marvel's latest superhero movie Doctor Strange graces the big screen with sharp wit and excellent Visual Effects and Benedict Cumberbatch is unpredictable and intriguing as his Marvel's character.


Solid US hiring lowers unemployment rate in latest sign of a still-sturdy job market

Last month’s job gain was inflated by the return of about 40,000 formerly striking auto workers and actors, who were not at work in October but were back on the job in November.

Trump’s vow to only be a dictator on ‘day one’ follows growing worry over his authoritarian rhetoric

Trump has a long history of making inflammatory proclamations that spark outrage from detractors and generate a stream of headlines.

Chronic fatigue syndrome is more common than some past studies suggest

Doctors have not been able to pin down a cause, although research suggests it is a body’s prolonged overreaction to an infection or other jolt to the immune system.

Why the NCAA president is proposing some schools should be permitted to pay athletes

Schools paying athletes has been banned by the NCAA for decades, a new proposal is aimed at changing that.