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London Indian 2018 Review: UP, DOWN, & SIDEWAYS, The Song Of Nagaland Fascinates

They're called "li". The traditional working songs of the rice farmers of Nagaland in India's Northeast. A kind of mesmerizing polyphonic conversation among the many men and women who might be out in the paddies at a given time, the songs are entrancing. They have a kind of otherworldly air ...
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Ant-Man and the Wasp First Twitter Reactions

Members of the media got to see Ant-Man and the Wasp early and had quite positive initial reactions ...
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Acer Chromebook Tab 10 review: Chrome OS revives Google’s tablet future

Enlarge / Hellllloooooo Chrome OS tablets.Valentina Palladino reader comments 75 Share this story Chrome OS took over schools with clamshells, but now Google is shaking things up with slabs. After a spring announcement, Acer has built the first Chrome OS tablet, the $329 Chromebook Tab 10, to give teachers and ...
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Xenon Pictures Brings a Bevy of Blaxploitation Titles to VOD This July

I will never profess to be well learned in the ways of the Blaxploitation genre, but if there was ever a time to dive right into it it will be this July on VOD. Xenon Pictures (Straight Outta Compton) is releasing a lineup of remastered Blaxploitation titles next month on ...
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How American Vandal expertly crafted a doc (that just happened to be fiction)

reader comments 24 Share this story The American Vandal creative team chats with Ars at ATX TV Festival 2018. AUSTIN, Texas—Among the reasons Netflix’s American Vandal worked: dedication, not just to the bit but to the DNA. The creative team had an obsession with true crime documentaries, obviously. But they ...
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The Catcher Was a Spy Review

The Catcher Was a Spy isn’t as memorable or unique when put against the war film genre it’s channeling ...
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Buzz Aldrin returns to Twitter, sues his son and former manager

Enlarge / NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine, left, meets backstage with former NASA astronaut Buzz Aldrin, prior to giving the keynote speech at the Humans to Mars Summit in May, 2018, at George Washington University in Washington.reader comments 49 Share this story All is not well in the otherworldly world of ...
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North Bend 2018: Exclusive Images From Patrick Cunningham’s MODEL HOME

Patrick Cunningham's debut feature film, Model Home, will have its World Premiere at the new destination festival North Bend, the home of David Lynch's Twin Peaks. Screen Anarchy has been given a new series of images from Cunningham's film which you will find in the gallery below.  A single mother ...
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Sony VPL-HW45ES SXRD Projector Review

The Sony VPL-HW45ES projector will change your gaming life. It does 1080p and 3D, and the picture looks great ...
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Air Force certifies Falcon Heavy, orders satellite launch for 2020

Enlarge / The Falcon Heavy rocket took off at 3:45pm ET Tuesday, Feb. 6, with all 27 engines firing.Trevor Mahlmann for Ars Technica reader comments 88 Share this story When SpaceX debuted the Falcon Heavy rocket in February, one of the biggest questions concerned who, exactly, would use the large booster and ...
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Criterion in September 2018: ANDREI RUBLEV, COLD WATER and More

It's never too late to receive good news, is it? I hope not, because I am terribly late in sharing information on the Criterion Collection's upcoming releases in September 2018. And it's a very good lineup, indeed. My eye was first drawn to My Man Godfrey, which I saw again ...
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Daily Deals: The Top Ranked Board Game Just Got Cheaper, Better Xbox One S Deal Than E3

Gamecube Controller for Smash on Switch, Out Tomorrow - Minecraft for Switch, Out Friday - Mario Tennis Aces, Amazon's 1-Day Logitech Sale, Firecuda, and More ...
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Production Officially Begins On IT: Chapter 2

James McAvoy has shared the first pic from the set of IT: Chapter 2 as filming on the horror sequel kicks off ...
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Leaving Netflix in July 2018

All four Lethal Weapon films, Tropic Thunder, Bring It On, Breakfast at Tiffany's and more - here's what's leaving Netflix in July ...
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Set It Up: That New Netflix Movie Getting All the Hype

Set It Up is as formulaic as they come. That fact alone isn’t enough to avoid it on Netflix though ...
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Solo, Ready Player One Stars Team for The Yellow Birds

The film provides a uniquely realistic look at the effects of war while the plot does its best to cloud our view ...
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Sicario: Day of the Soldado Review

Sicario: Day of the Soldado is a dark, gritty, and well-acted action drama ... that already feels dated ...
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Report: Lucasfilm puts Obi-Wan film “on hold” after underwhelming Solo debut

reader comments 359 Share this story The film news and reviews site Collider posted an exclusive report on Wednesday concerning the fate of future Star Wars films—and in particular, a long-rumored, not-yet-announced film focused on the classic character Obi-Wan Kenobi. Citing "sources with knowledge of the situation," Collider confirmed that ...
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London Indian 2018 Review: VILLAGE ROCKSTARS Follows A Young Girl’s Dream Of Becoming A Musician

Written, directed, and shot by young filmmaker Rima Das, Village Rockstars is a beautiful expression of passion and hope based in a small village in rural Assam in northeast India. The Western perspective of what it means to be a woman in rural areas on the other side of the ...
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Check Out a New Poster for Netflix’s Sci-Fi Thriller Tau

The tagline for the poster reads: "No bars. No guards. No escape." ...
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Air Force ready to work on Trump’s Space Force idea, but…

Enlarge / Secretary of the Air Force Heather Wilson and Gen. David L. Goldfein, right, Chief of Staff, prepare for a Senate Armed Services Committee in 2017.reader comments 83 Share this story On Monday, President Trump went off script and announced that he would remove responsibilities for the space domain ...
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Oak Cliff 2018 Review: I AM NOT A WITCH, A Superb Film From A Prodigious New Talent

A young girl, unremarkable in any way, is walking down a path in rural Zambia. Suddenly, a woman walking ahead of her carrying a large bucket or water falls to the ground, losing her load. As the fallen woman looks up from the ground to see this eight-year-old child regarding ...
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Out This Week: Mario Tennis Aces, Minecraft and SteamWorld Dig 2 Physical Versions on Switch

Mario and the gang head back to the court to serve up some more frantic fun ...
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Kellogg’s Releases Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom Limited-Edition Cereal Boxes

Limited-edition Jurassic World-themed boxes include a 7-inch screen with over five minutes of footage ...
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