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In need of a laugh and looking for a Tarantino knockoff with a B-list cast? Look no further than “The Babysitter: Killer Queen,” released last Thursday on Netflix.

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Last spring, the Daily Film beat was inspired by the doldrums of quarantine and the introduction of Disney+ to watch and review a number of Disney Channel Original Movies — DCOMs for short.

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I’ve always wanted to go on a road trip. Particularly one filled with adventure and uncertainty, a road trip not unlike Percy Jackson’s quest in “The Lightning Thief,”  albeit without the mythical monsters and the impending wrath of the Greek gods.

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One of the best parts of Spotify on desktop is the feature that shows what one’s friends are listening to. It’s riveting to lurk from account to account, and guess why people are playing artists as varied as Waka Flaka Flame, Nine Inch Nails and Justin Bieber.

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This review has taken longer to write than I, or my editors, expected.

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“It stays, it sticks, it lingers, it dominates …”

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I wrote this review before news came out that “Mulan” was filmed in China’s Xinjiang province, where one million people, primarily Muslims, are being detained.

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Content warning: gun violence.

They say not to yell “fire” in a crowded movie theater. Why?

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If there were ever a perfect movie to describe the trajectory of 2020, it would be “Chemical Hearts.” Much like this year, every time you think that this movie can’t get any worse, it does.