Film

With attention span in mind, your Netflix recommendations this September

From Scott Pilgrim vs the World to Gone Baby Gone, Netflix satisfies varying levels of attentiveness are satisfied as school starts up again

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Movie Review: Eighth Grade is just like we remember — more anxiety than nostalgia

Movie emphasizes social cues, anxious moments from middle school point of view

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Movie Review: Crazy Rich Asians gives rare, hilarious insight to Asian-American culture

Romantic-comedy genre sees boost from cast filled with undervalued talent

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John Krasinski talks new horror film ‘A Quiet Place’

With cast including wife Emily Blunt, movie capitalizes on greatest fears of parents

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Madison levels up with cast of Netflix exclusive film ‘Game Over, Man!’

University of Wisconsin alum Anders Holm takes down terrorists with 'Workaholics' pals Blake Anderson, Adam Devine through gory humor

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Gender inequality in Hollywood moving in the right direction, but still plenty left to do

Industry must work to recognize those films which reflect diversity characteristic of our modern world

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‘HAZE’ tells story of realistic, disturbing experiences within Greek life hazing

David Burkman wished to spread message against hazing on college campuses, raise awareness through recent award winning film

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There is another option: ‘Circle Up’ shares power of restorative justice

Dane County TimeBank presents upcoming film screening on March 10

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Wakanda Forever: Marvel’s latest hit leaving lasting impression on film industry

Chadwick Boseman, other superstars of color seize opportunity on Hollywood's greatest stage

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‘The Greatest Showman’ serves as vital, valuable lesson of acceptance for people from all walks of life

Hugh Jackman, Michelle Williams, Zac Efron, Zendaya bring true talent to story of P.T. Barnum circus