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‘Borat’ sequel somehow still manages to serve up audacious surprises

‘Borat’ sequel somehow still manages to serve up audacious surprises

Like any sequel, “Borat Subsequent Moviefilm” faces the challenge of what to do for an encore, 14 years and a big box-office haul later. Somehow, though, Sacha Baron Cohen hasn’t lost the power to deliver audacious surprises, with enough explosive, not-suitable-for-anywhere laughs to power through the flatter patches this sort of exercise inevitably yields. Success…More

Shawn Mendes bares his heart in Netflix doc ‘In Wonder’

Shawn Mendes bares his heart in Netflix doc ‘In Wonder’

Shawn Mendes is just a regular guy. At least that’s what the new trailer for his Netflix documentary “In Wonder” wants to stress. According to the streaming giant the doc “follows Shawn Mendes’ journey toward self-discovery, after the physical and emotional demands of his rise, and his last world tour, pushed him towards a personal…More

‘537 Votes’ revisits Florida election chaos in 2000 as a prelude to 2020

‘537 Votes’ revisits Florida election chaos in 2000 as a prelude to 2020

The timing of “537 Votes” isn’t subtle, focusing on election chaos and chicanery surrounding the 2000 Florida recount weeks before concerns about a repeat two decades later. The HBO documentary, however, provides a contextual, nuanced view — rooted in the controversy over Cuban boy Elian Gonzalez — while painting a colorful portrait of the ensuing…More

‘Rebecca’ offers a pretty but uninspired remake of the Hitchcock classic

‘Rebecca’ offers a pretty but uninspired remake of the Hitchcock classic

The scenery is spectacular in “Rebecca,” and that’s not even counting stars Lily James and Armie Hammer. Yet this faithful, pretty-but-uninspired adaptation of Daphne Du Maurier’s novel doesn’t breathe fresh life into the classic, much less eclipse the 1940 Laurence Olivier-Joan Fontaine version that garnered Alfred Hitchcock’s lone best-picture Oscar. Those years produced a lot…More