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TV Review: ‘The Alienist,’ A TNT Series That Works For Me!

Dakota Fanning, Caleb Carr, Luke Evans, The Alienist, TNT

Based on Caleb Carr’s Best Selling multi-genre work The Alienist, TNT’s 10 episode titular series, premiered in late January. The weekly series presents an intriguing look into the timelessness of New York City’s economic classes, social conflicts, familial and personal traumas. The sensational production design imprints 1896 Manhattan in indelible …

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‘Dracula Untold’ Presents Most Interesting Version of The Count Since ‘Van Helsing’

The most interesting Draculas of the 2000s are Jonathan Rhys Meyers' principled, love-sick, brilliant inventor/entrepreneur in the short-lived NBC TV series; Richard Roxburgh's rattled, sardonic, paternal, philosophical, yet ultimately villainous portrayal in the vastly underrated Van Helsing; and Luke Evans' family man and conscientious prince who must sacrifice his own humanity to protect his people from the rapacious Ottomans in the 15th century of Dracula Untold.

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Movie Review: Peter Jackson’s ‘The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies’ with Martin Freeman, Ian McKellan, Evangeline Lilly, Luke Evans, and Richard Armitage

How does 'Battle' fit in and does it find time to end one trilogy while simultaneously setting up another? In one word: incredibly.

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