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It is always exciting to get a look behind the curtain. In R.J. Cutler’s (“Belushi”) new documentary, “Billie Eilish: The World’s a Little Blurry,” he lifts the veil on the pop icon, who turns out to be just another teenager.

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“Supernova” opens in total darkness. Slowly, stars emerge. One shines brightly, then disappears.

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It’s the end of an era. As I sat down to watch the third and final installment of the “To All the Boys” trilogy, I reflected on the last three years of these movies.

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Remember that incredibly popular 2007 Disney movie “Enchanted”? Where Amy Adams’s (“Arrival”) character crosses over from the magical, animated world of Andalasia into New York and has to learn all about what living in the real world is like?

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David Fincher has never been fond of supervised creativity. He disowned his debut film, “Alien 3” after overinvolvement and an unfinished script from 20th Century Fox.

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“Ammonite,” starring Kate Winslet (“Titanic”) and Saoirse Ronan (“Little Women”), is resoundingly beautiful. It’s also boring. It’s silly and it’s heart-wrenching. It’s meticulously realistic and absolutely mad. 

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I would like to begin with a disclaimer: I don’t really like cheesy Christmas movies. I love other Christmas movies, and I love rom-coms any other time of the year, but sappy, Hallmark-y, jingle jangle holly jolly Christmas movies? Not a huge fan.

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We’re all sick of being online. 

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Welcome to the final installment of the film beat’s exploration into Disney Channel Original Movies, or DCOMs for short.