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Today’s consumers have more entertainment options than ever before thanks to technology and the explosion of new media outlets. That’s why Hollywood in Toto will help readers suss out the very best content across media. We all lead busy lives. Let’s consume only the highest quality movies, television shows and music with our limited leisure time.

Why ‘Monster Trucks’ Isn’t as Bad as You Fear
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Why ‘Monster Trucks’ Isn’t as Bad as You Fear

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From the unrefined imagination of a toddler, and the unchecked bank account of a studio in upheaval, the family adventure “Monster Trucks” coasts into theaters.

If you’re wondering how this …
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5 Reasons Conservatives Must Support ‘Patriots Day’
4 days ago

5 Reasons Conservatives Must Support ‘Patriots Day’

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Peter Berg is a conservative movie goer’s best friend.

Berg, the director of “Lone Survivor,” “Deepwater Horizon” and now “Patriots Day,” understands what makes America tick. He appreciates the blue …
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‘Autopsy’ Leaves More Than Gore on the Table
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‘Autopsy’ Leaves More Than Gore on the Table

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If you thought Jason Vorhees was a stiff, wait ’til you meet Jane Doe.

The “star” of “The Autopsy of Jane Doe” is a cadaver with a mind of her …
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‘Live By Night’ Stops Affleck’s Career in Its Tracks
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‘Live By Night’ Stops Affleck’s Career in Its Tracks

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Ben Affleck’s career couldn’t sink much lower after he starred in the ill-fated “Gigli.”

The 2003 flop forced the Oscar winner to scurry behind the camera to revive his fortunes.


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‘Bug’ Movie Shows Why We Love an Ugly Lemon
5 days ago

‘Bug’ Movie Shows Why We Love an Ugly Lemon

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You know a documentary is firing on all cylinders when it shares a detail you never expected.

“The Bug: The Life and Times of the People’s Car” does that by …
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Scorsese’s ‘Silence’ Tests Our Faith in the Maestro
2 weeks ago

Scorsese’s ‘Silence’ Tests Our Faith in the Maestro

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Passion projects come with more pitfalls than your standard Hollywood film.

Nurse a story long enough and you become blind to its limitations. It’s one way to process “Silence,” a …
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‘Jackie’ Is Camelot Torture Porn
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‘Jackie’ Is Camelot Torture Porn

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Who wants to watch a movie showcasing the very worst impulses of history’s most famous widow?

That’s some movie pitch, right? It’s probably not how “Jackie” came to be, but …
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Why ‘Beyond’ Is Perfect Sci-Fi for Today’s Teens
2 weeks ago

Why ‘Beyond’ Is Perfect Sci-Fi for Today’s Teens

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The Freeform Network is still finding its programming identity since it changed from being ABC Family a year ago. 

Disney seems to have made the shift to make it part …
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‘American Honey’ Offers Wake-Up Call to Stoners
2 weeks ago

‘American Honey’ Offers Wake-Up Call to Stoners

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Did anyone ask for a 162 minute version of Carpool Karaoke?

“American Honey [Blu-ray + Digital HD]” isn’t a nonstop crush of tunes like you see on James Corden’s “The …
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How Stone’s ‘Snowden’ Trumps Partisan Politics
2 weeks ago

How Stone’s ‘Snowden’ Trumps Partisan Politics

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Love him or hate him, Oliver Stone unquestionably marches to the beat of his own drum.

He’s had positive words for politicians as varied as Ron Paul and Fidel Castro. …
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