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As Dusk Falls Review: A Masterwork of Thrilling Storytelling
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As Dusk Falls — a choice-based narrative experience, out Tuesday on PC, Xbox One, and Xbox Series S/X — comes from newly-formed developer Interior Night. ...

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Where the Crawdads Sing review: a bland murder mystery
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For a film that takes such great pains to immerse viewers in the environment of one specific corner of the United States, Where the Crawdads Sing is ...

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Only Murders in the Building season 2 review: Still great
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Only Murders in the Building could have ended with its superb first season. The murder mystery series seemingly came out of nowhere last year, premiering on ...

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My Fake Boyfriend review: A guilty pleasure of a rom-com
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Is it progress to say that gay rom-coms can be as silly and stupid as straight ones? That’s the dilemma one encounters when watching My Fake Boyfriend, a ...

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Cometeer No-Machine-Necessary Coffee Pods Review: High-Quality Brew
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I hate coffee pods. Keurig and its ilk have never given me anything but a shockingly mediocre cup of coffee. To make matters worse, entombing those beans in ...

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Asus ROG Strix G15 (G513RW) Review: Power and Personality
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Gaming laptop brands have been pumping out new and refreshed models quite aggressively for the past few months. It's a busy time for the industry since ...

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Polar Pacer 2 Review: Running on Empty
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I then tried to take the cycling test. Because I am a gear editor, I have an exercise bike in my basement. However, I could not use it to take the cycling ...

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Watcher review: A pointed exercise in voyeuristic suspense
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When the Roman poet Juvenal asked, in so many translated words, “Who watches the watchers?” he was talking about infidelity. But the question has taken on ...

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Benediction review: An operatic portrait of postwar trauma
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In the final act of director Terence Davies’ achingly beautiful new film Benediction, a son asks his father, “Why do you hate the modern world?” The father ...