Jacqueline Coley

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Critics Jacqueline Coley and Shawn Edwards review “Miss Juneteenth,” about a former pageant winner whose life doesn’t go as planned after winning the crown; “7500,” starring Joseph…

Movie Reviews: ‘Miss Juneteenth’ film is ‘bathed in authenticity’

Critics Jacqueline Coley and Shawn Edwards review “Miss Juneteenth,” about a former pageant winner whose life doesn’t go as planned after winning the crown; “7500,” starring Joseph…

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Our critics review “Extraction,” an action movie from Netflix starring Chris Hemsworth; “Bad Education,” an HBO feature based on the true story of a Long Island superintendent who was…

‘Extraction’: Don't expect much but stay for the abs, says critic

Our critics review “Extraction,” an action movie from Netflix starring Chris Hemsworth; “Bad Education,” an HBO feature based on the true story of a Long Island superintendent who was…

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Our critics review “The Invisible Man,” a thriller starring Elizabeth Moss, based on the classic science fiction novel by H.G.

‘Invisible Man’ film: #MeToo twist on classic H.G. Wells novel

Our critics review “The Invisible Man,” a thriller starring Elizabeth Moss, based on the classic science fiction novel by H.G.

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