Mary J. Blige's role in the film helped her become the first person to receive acting and songwriting nominations within the same year.
From uproarious escapism to delicate romances, here are the year's must-see films.
A person doesn't have to be hateful in order to be racist.
”For me, it was a long shot. It was a Hail Mary. But she said yes.”
A potentially nightmare-inducing film by Dees Rees and Jason Blum is the stuff dreams are made of.
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