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The faux-secret, always complicated history of Drake and Rihanna

If you tuned into MTV's Video Music Awards on Sunday night, you probably heard Drake profess his love for Rihanna. "She's someone I've been in love with since I was 22 years old," he said. So they're together, right? Unclear! The relationship status between the two pop powerhouses has remained...

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  • Home-invasion thriller 'Don't Breathe' flexes its genre muscles

    Home-invasion thriller 'Don't Breathe' flexes its genre muscles

    When the director Fede Alvarez’s harrowing new action thriller premiered earlier this year at the South by Southwest Film Festival, it was still untitled — until just a few days later, after its initial screenings, when Screen Gems and Ghost House Pictures announced that the movie would be called...

  • 'Southside With You' drops in on the cute beginning of a beautiful Obama partnership

    'Southside With You' drops in on the cute beginning of a beautiful Obama partnership

    Henry Fonda as a dishy “Young Mr. Lincoln” hanging out with Marjorie Weaver's Mary Todd notwithstanding, first dates for future occupants of the Oval Office may not seem like ideal romantic movie material. But “Southside With You” shows how and why it can be done. Set on Chicago’s South Side in...

  • 'Mechanic: Resurrection's' action scenes click, but fast-forward the rest (when it hits video)

    'Mechanic: Resurrection's' action scenes click, but fast-forward the rest (when it hits video)

    Just like the 1972 Charles Bronson vehicle “The Mechanic” and the 2011 Jason Statham-starring remake, the best scenes in “Mechanic: Resurrection” contain almost no dialogue. When the sequel is really clicking, it becomes action cinema in its purest visual form: just one buff, taciturn dude doing...

  • Lightweight boxing biopic 'Hands of Stone' hits the wall

    Lightweight boxing biopic 'Hands of Stone' hits the wall

    With “Hands of Stone,” Robert De Niro officially enters his Burgess Meredith-in-“Rocky” phase, bringing the ringside grizzle and rumpled gravitas by the pound. In writer-director Jonathan Jakubowicz’s peppy, none-too-probing biopic of Panamanian champion Roberto Duran, played by Édgar Ramírez,...

  • Jonah Hill kills, but 'War Dogs' misses its target

    Jonah Hill kills, but 'War Dogs' misses its target

    Truth may be stranger than fiction, but that hasn’t stopped the makers of “War Dogs” from trying to tame that strangeness into submission. Set during the final years of the George W. Bush administration, this slipshod comic thriller purports to tell the wild and crazy tale of Efraim Diveroli and...

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