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  • ‘Pam & Tommy’

    As a dramatization of events that have slipped into history, 'Pam & Tommy' is part of a crowded genre. But its curiosity and sensitivity toward its subjects set it apart.

  • ‘The Woman in the House…’

    'The Woman in the House…' often defaults to a fairly straightforward spin on the genre it's supposedly mocking, with occasional, flaccid sight gags.

  • ‘Ozark’ Season 4

    Season 4 of Netflix's "Ozark" is all about delivering pleasure. It's just that those pleasures solely exist in the realm of plot development — or, perhaps, plot intensification.

  • ‘Peacemaker’

    "Peacemaker," James Gunn's "Suicide Squad" spinoff for HBO Max, gives Danielle Brooks a juicy role with fascinating ties to the DCU.

  • ‘Jackass Forever’

    Johnny Knoxville and company are now middle aged, but that hasn't slowed their antic juvenile masochistic fervor.

  • ‘Scream’

    The new "Scream" is a sequel -- make that a "requel" -- that winks entertainingly at the badness of sequels.

  • ‘See for Me’

    Skyler Davenport updates the home-invasion formula with this strong lead performance in a cult classic in the making.

  • Cat Power’s ‘Covers’

    On her third album of covers, Cat Power serves up barely recognizable versions of songs by Frank Ocean, Billie Holiday, Iggy Pop and more.

  • The Weeknd’s ‘Dawn FM’

    With "Dawn FM," the Weeknd has made the most upbeat album of his career, a solid progression with splashes of new wave and Michael Jackson.

  • Adele's '30'

    Adele offers her most harrowing, unflinching songs yet on "30," but she's having more fun than ever before on some of the tracks, too.

  • ‘Force Majeure’

    Rory Kinnear and Lyndsey Marshal star in director MIchael Longhurst's bold, perky staging at London's Donmar Warehouse.

  • ‘Flying Over Sunset’

    Carmen Cusack, Harry Hadden-Paton and Tony Yazbeck lead the cast of James Lapine and Tom Kitt's new show at Lincoln Center Theater.

  • ‘Best of Enemies’

    James Graham is clearly interested in exploring the power of television in this 1960s-set play that speaks directly to the present.

  • ‘Cabaret’

    Director Rebecca Frecknall keeps the focus entirely on fascinatingly detailed performances from a cast led by Eddie Redmayne and Jessie Buckley.









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