Inkoo Kang

TV critic for the Hollywood Reporter

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“Bling Empire” (Netflix) and “House of Ho” (HBO Max) both follow lavish parties, vacations, drama and petty behavior.

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“Bling Empire” (Netflix) and “House of Ho” (HBO Max) both follow lavish parties, vacations, drama and petty behavior.

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Angelina Jolie and Family Guy’s Seth MacFarlane are front and center this week’s Friday film roundup. We talk Maleficent, A Million Ways to Die in the West, and more.

Maleficent and Ways to Die in the West

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