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20th Century Fox

‘Hidden Figures’ understands that what goes unsaid is often what says it all.

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FX

For those looking for something more engaging, ‘Taboo’ may not be the right show.

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Zazie Beetz

Your Daily Arts editors sound off about the various artistic victors of 2016.

Drag is an experience best seen live

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HBO

What if you could reduce each of your insecurities to a physical being, and by drowning them, exorcise them?

The xx’s newest release,‘I See You,’ bursts with color.

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Paramount Pictures

Ideas of faith and sacrifice are the focal point of ‘Silence,’ and answers do not come easily.

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After watching just an episode, I’m unsure whether I should continue with the series or consider returning to church.

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Showtime

Every detail of each perspective is calculated; you see what the writers wish to show you.

According to author Claudia Rankine, the inception of her book-length poem, ‘Citizen: An American Lyric,’ began with the question: “How did that happen?”

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4AD

The majority of ‘Rennen’ ’s alluring ambiance occurs at the front end of the album.

Narratives like ‘The Brief and Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao’ are becoming a more standard part of the American literary landscape.

Why do we laugh at other people’s misfortunes?

The experience is best described as magical.

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Deathwish Inc.

Code Orange keeps their music relevant by putting tremendous effort into keeping their followers on their toes.

This demonstration, and the coverage of it, has the power to catapult messages that people have been voicing for years: that experiences of race and gender are inextricable from each other, the urgency of the relationship between affordable health care and immigrant rights, the fact that environmental issues often disproportionately affect women and children — that "Women’s Rights are Human Rights," to quote Hillary Clinton.

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Warner Bros.

It’s not really a motive, but it’s an excuse for Affleck to have a lot of fun behind and in front of the camera.

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Simon & Schuster

His presumed air of intelligence is what defines him, and ultimately reveals to the reader the unsettling nature of how this boy sees himself in comparison to those around him.