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‘American Made’: Tom Cruise flies high in the name of ‘patriotism’

3 out of 4 stars Welcome back, Tom Cruise. Moviegoers thought your career might be dead, not just cursed, in the box office flop “The Mummy” earlier this year. They wondered if your career had really spiraled into “Oblivion” with […]

‘American Made’: Tom Cruise flies high in the name of ‘patriotism’

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3 out of 4 stars Welcome back, Tom Cruise. Moviegoers thought your career might be dead, not just cursed, in the box office flop “The Mummy” earlier this year. They wondered if your career had really spiraled into “Oblivion” with […]

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American Assassin: America, meet Mitch Rapp

3 out of 4 stars Move over Ethan Hunt and James Bond: You've been replaced by a new top spy - Mitch Rapp. Rapp is younger, more good looking and after

11 Fall Movies You Have To See

Clowns, cards, criminals, courts – tennis and judiciary – and covert operations are being counted on to turn around a movie industry that is coming off one of its

Ed Sheeran to play Capital One Arena

Ed Sheeran, the British singer who has been stringing together sold-out shows and chart-topping hits, recently sent a message to his fans: If you want to hear what I

Cirque du Soleil’s ‘Ovo’ transforms Royal Farms Arena into a garden

Cirque du Soleil’s “Ovo” will turn Royal Farms Arena into a garden this weekend, with a phenomenal show featuring human ants, fleas, spiders, crickets, worms, fireflies, and a lady

Sister Hazel to rock Annapolis

It’s hard to define Sister Hazel’s musical genre. The band’s sound is part country and folk, alternative, classic and southern rock ‘n’ roll. Its songs blend optimistic messages among melodic

Menashe: Faith, fatherhood shine

3 out of 4 stars Menashe Lustig's a slob, and to make matters even worse, the disheveled, fat grocery store clerk has only one option if he’s to regain the

Last Dance with Tom Petty? Hall of Famer rocks Royal Farms Arena

Forty years ago, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers burst onto the national stage with a raw, youthful contagious energy that once again was on exhibit throughout Sunday's night rocking performance

Dunkirk:  See it, then decide

2 out of 4 stars Peter Travers, Rolling Stone’s film critic, wrote that Dunkirk may be the greatest war movie ever made. Caryn James of the BBC called it a “five

Moody Blues celebrate 50 years of Days of Future Passed

The Moody Blues stopped in at a packed Pier Six Pavilion on Wednesday night to take concert-goers back a half-century. The band’s landmark album Days of Future Passed turns 50

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