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Anyone who had children born after the turn of the century probably has extensive experience with Dora, a 7-year-old Latina girl, her anthropomorphic monkey Boots and her talking backpack.

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Last month, an unorthodox comedy appeared in a handful of movie theaters across the country. The closest it got to the Tampa Bay area was a limited engagement at Barnstorm Theater in The Villages and at the Bill Cosford Cinema, a single-screen, art-house cinema serving the University of Miam…

Let’s get this out of the way: It’s virtually impossible to analyze “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” without revealing significant plot points. If you haven’t seen the film and you don’t enjoy a big bowl of frosted spoilers with your morning coffee, please set this review aside and return to …

Four centuries after the death of Shakespeare, his influence on culture hasn’t diminished one bit.

A number of new movies will hit theaters this week, including the following film opening in wide release:

Two things about director Danny Boyle’s new romantic comedy: First, Boyle owes a debt of gratitude to “Bohemian Rhapsody,” last year’s Queen biopic; and second, Hollywood has brainwashed me into looking for villains in every movie.

TARPON SPRINGS — Tarpon Arts — the city of Tarpon Springs’ Department of Cultural Services/Division of Arts & Historical Resources — will host its first-ever international film festival this summer.

Imagine if you could use a DNA testing company — such as 23andMe — on a new movie to identify its cinematic family tree.

It’s 1975 and I’m sitting on the edge of my bed, eyes fixed to the 11-inch screen of a portable black-and-white television set. On an otherwise unmemorable Saturday afternoon, Dr. Paul Bearer — as portrayed by Dick Bennick Sr. — launches a barrage of hideous puns in his gravelly voice before…

Evocative cinema can sometimes be difficult to experience. Such is the case with “Charlie Says,” a new film about Charles Manson, his followers and the crimes they committed 50 years ago.

“Avengers: Endgame,” the latest installment in the sprawling Marvel Cinematic Universe, provides a rewarding finale to the Infinity Stone saga. More than fulfilling, it’s triumph and tragedy, action and comedy and hope and despair, all woven into a stirring tale of determination, courage and sacrifice.

TBN Entertainment Editor Lee Clarke Zumpe and his daughter took on a task worthy of a superhero: spending three weeks watching, reviewing and ranking all the MCU films.

A number of new movies will hit theaters this week, including the following films opening in wide release:

Back in December, Netflix created quite a buzz with the release of its original film “Bird Box,” a post-apocalyptic horror film directed by Susanne Bier.

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