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Aliens, James Cameron’s bombastic and surprisingly emotional 1986 sequel, dissects motherhood and trauma in exhilarating and terrifying fashion.
Season 1 of Andor, the new Star Wars spinoff show, is slow-building, methodical, and presents the rebellion at its most grimy and compelling.
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