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'The High Note' and 20 other flicks about fictional music stars

New flick “The High Note” follows world-famous singer Grace Davis (Tracie Ellis Ross) and her overworked assistant, Maggie (Dakota Johnson), who harbors a dream of becoming a music producer. “The High Note,” directed by Nisha Ganatra, hits video-on-demand May 29. Read more

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‘Black and Blue’ a lean, mean corrupt cop thriller

It seems like director Deon Taylor might be the only filmmaker actively keeping the mid-budget adult thriller alive. Plus, he’s prolific: H… Read more

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Dazzling filmmaking in ‘Current War: Director’s Cut’ not enough to hide story’s Wikipedia-esque feel

It’s never a great sign when the controversy surrounding a movie is more fascinating than the film itself. Back in 2017, Alfonso Gomez-Rejo… Read more

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Antonio Banderas as Pedro Almodovar is a triumph of subtlety, wit

‘Don’t get that storyteller look,” film director Salvador Mallo’s elderly mother admonishes him at one point in “Pain and Glory.” It’s hard… Read more

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Livestreamed fundraiser Sunday may help St. Louis arts groups deal with grant cuts

Regional Arts Commission, which is largely funded through the city's hotel tax, is worried its revenue will drop as much as 60%. Read more

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