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HBO Max’s ‘Rap Sh!t’: TV Review

'Insecure' creator Issa Rae returns with a new series about two estranged friends who start a rap group in Miami.

Daisy Edgar-Jones in ‘Where the Crawdads Sing’: Film Review

A young woman raised in the North Carolina marshes becomes the subject of investigation after a grisly murder in this film adaptation of Delia Owens’ best-selling novel.

‘The Princess’: Film Review

A young royal must escape from her power-hungry betrothed and save her family and kingdom in this Hulu film starring Joey King.

‘Beauty’: Film Review

A singer on the cusp of fame struggles to balance family life, love and self-worth in a Netflix feature written by Lena Waithe and directed by Andrew Dosunmu.

‘Of Medicine and Miracles’: Film Review | Tribeca 2022

Ross Kauffman’s documentary braids leukemia survivor Emily Whitehead and scientist Dr. Carl June’s experiences to tell the story of a novel cancer treatment.

The Hollywood Reporter Critics Pick the 10 Best Films of 2022 (So Far)

THR critics pick faves from the first half of the year, including a Pixar charmer, two urgent abortion dramas and a sci-fi starring Colin Farrell.

‘Mr. Malcolm’s List’: Film Review

After being rejected by London’s most sought-after bachelor, a young woman conscripts her childhood friend to help get revenge on him in this period rom-com with a multiracial cast.

Al Sharpton Doc ‘Loudmouth’: Film Review | Tribeca 2022

A new documentary charts the civil rights leader's life from his early days as a preacher up until his eulogy at George Floyd’s funeral in 2020.

Katie Holmes’ ‘Alone Together’: Film Review | Tribeca 2022

The actress directs and stars in this film about a food critic who spends the early days of the pandemic trapped with a stranger in an upstate New York Airbnb.

‘Body Parts’: Film Review | Tribeca 2022

Kristy Guevara-Flanagan's documentary chronicles the evolution of sex scenes in film and television.

‘Civil’: Film Review | Tribeca 2022

Nadia Hallgren’s second feature follows a year in the life of prominent civil rights lawyer Ben Crump, known for taking on high-profile police brutality cases.

‘Kaepernick & America’: Film Review | Tribeca 2022

Tommy Walker and Ross Hockrow’s documentary tries to make sense of the aftermath of and reactions to Colin Kaepernick’s protests.