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Using the 1992 Los Angeles riots as a backdrop, Korean-American actor and director Justin Chon shows us the playing field is still far from level.
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Finish Dragon Quest XI to receive a password to the past.
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Based on R. J. Palacino’s New York Times bestseller, Wonder tells the incredible story of August Pullman (Jacob Tremblay), who gets bullied for how he's different.
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Not to be confused with the Chinese dish, electronic music duo Peking Duk has had an incredible rise to success but they aren’t slowing down.
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The Glass Castle, based on New York journalist Jeannette Walls’s memoirs, is a look at one woman’s troubled childhood as she and her siblings are brought up by their deeply dysfunctional parents.
Book titles don’t come any more self-explanatory than this. No prizes for guessing the story the witty and funny Kaye Umansky is going to tell in her latest spellbinding novel.
Hong Kong funk rock band Tri-Accident recently released their debut EP Pointless Filler, a six track record which highlights each members’ talents, and delves into a handful of genres along the way.
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Not just a gratuitously violent show, Frank Castle's story explores universally relatable themes such as love, loss, family and trauma.
Unless you haven't seen Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, in which case, yes, there is a major spoiler!
Featuring arrangements from FF VI, VII, and X, HKPhil hopes to bring the joys of classical music to a wider audience.
Having dominated playlists and radio stations for the past few weeks, Sam Smith has released his highly anticipated second album The Thrill Of It All.
On their latest album, Red Pill Blue, Maroon 5 move in an RnB direction, while still providing catchy pop choruses.
After a fierce competition, the winners of the annual youth contest, including two who will be performing at this weekend's Clockenflap, tell us why YRock is important.
Mix!, with its host of popular Japanese actors including Yui Aragaki, Eita, Ryoko Hirosue, and Mei Nagano, is a sports drama with elements of romcom mixed (ha!) in.

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