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Suspect

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Suspect is an investigative series about mislaid justice and the kinds of weighty decisions that detectives, lawyers, and jurors make every day - decisions that, once made, are almost impossible to reverse. Season 3: Five Shots in the Dark follows Leon Benson, who spent 24 years in an Indiana state prison for the 1998 murder of a young man named Kasey Schoen. His conviction hinged on the testimony of two eyewitnesses – but what if their memories turned out to be wrong? And what if the people ...
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Five years ago a Silicon Valley entrepreneur was murdered in his mountain home. Seven suspects were present, but the police were unable to solve the case. Desperate for closure, the widow reaches out to a pragmatic reporter with a simple request: interview each suspect, compare their stories, and find out who's lying. An audio fiction whodunnit from the creator of The Oasis Transmissions.
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Barton McNeil discovers his 3-year-old daughter's lifeless body in her bed the morning after breaking up with his girlfriend. McNeil insists that she was murdered by his former girlfriend after pointing to a cut screen in the bedroom window. Police agree a murder has been committed, but arrest him.
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This is Highly Suspect: Familiar Suns. This is a sequel to our original show Highly Suspect: Syndicate, which is temporarily on this feed but can be found permanently on that feed. Highly Suspect: Familiar Suns is a Star Wars actual-play podcast in the Fantasy Flight Games RPG system Edge of the Empire. We also use elements of Fantasy Flight’s other Star Wars systems, Age of Rebellion and Force and Destiny. Highly Suspect: Familiar Suns takes place one year after the Battle of Endor and revo ...
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Two oddball, longtime geek friends from Toronto's Best Cult Video store get together and talk about topics the mainstream ignores. Everything from cult directors, strange celebrities, childhood recollections, music, comics, you name it.What's the topic? Tune in and hear.
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Rupesh from The Usual suspect ( www.tuspodcast.com )talks about the daily positive traits so you can be ahead of the hook which you can use to get yourselves in the right track for the day, and also will walk you into the more innate and emotional aspects of the usual good day or the bad day and will show you the reasons for making a better day at work or at home, more often called as the details of a good and happy life.
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Gather The Suspects

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A cosy murder mystery set in Wales during a very boring apocalypse. Life in Prosperity heights during the apocalypse is boring. That is until the day-to-day tedium is shattered by murder! Serial slacker Jack Davies and his housemate‘s, Kara and Geraint, set out to solve the crime. Will Jack be able to concentrate long enough to find the murderer? Will Kara kill Jack before they even find the killer? Will Geraint‘s English neighbours ever learn to pronounce his name correctly? Find out, in th ...
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Hysterical investigates a mysterious illness that spreads among a group of high school girls in upstate New York. What is causing their sudden, often violent symptoms? Is there something in the water or inside the school? Or is it “all in their head?” The series examines the outbreak in LeRoy, NY, believed by some to be the most severe case of mass…
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TWISTERS MOVIE REVIEW In this age of rapidly changing weather, as disasters begin to significantly increase, it’s par for the course for Hollywood to parallel it with action films. So let’s resurrect a film from 1996, beloved by some, make it plural, and largely have no other connection to the original. It’s Twisters and now… Read More »Highly Susp…
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THE BEAR SEASON 3 REVIEW Dial up the Emmy voters and get the best ensemble SAG award ready. The Bear on FX and Hulu is back with season 3. We last left Chef Carmey (Emmy winner Jeremy Allen White) locked in the freezer. The beef wasn’t the only thing needing a thaw within that icey… Read More »Screener Squad: The Bear Season 3…
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LONGLEGS MOVIE REVIEW The hype is here for director/writer Osgood Perkins new horror film Longlegs. It’s everywhere. Even not huge horror fans I know are talking about it in anticipation. Which is weird because I only know a handful of people who actually saw his terrific other films, The Blackcoat’s Daughter, Gretel and Hansel, and… Read More »Hig…
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INTERVIEW WITH THE VAMPIRE SEASON 2 AMC Plus presents the Immortal Universe based on the books of Anne Rice and Interview with the Vampire is their core show (at this juncture). Heading into season 2, we last left our narrator Louis (Jacob Anderson) recounting the departure from his maker Lestat to interviewee Daniel Molloy (Eric… Read More »Screen…
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A FAMILY AFFAIR MOVIE REVIEW Zara Ford (Joey King) is a young ambitious producer who’s ready to take the Hollywood bull by the horns and change the industry forever! She’s got her Pulitzer prize winning mother’s (Nicole Kidman) blessing and bottomless funds, and a foot in the door by being Mr. Blockbuster mega star Chris… Read More »Screener Squad:…
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JOKO ANWAR’S NIGHTMARES AND DAYDREAMS SERIES REVIEW Hey to all you Christmas in July folks! You can get out of here with your awful snow and frozen heart. We are getting into the spooky scarys in the 2024 summer brought to you by Netflix. Joko Anwar Presents Nightmares and Daydreams is an anthology of seven… Read More »Screener Squad: Joko Anwar’s …
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ULTRAMAN RISING MOVIE REVIEW Every parent wants their child to shine on the stage of life and honour the sacrifices made to raise them into a brilliant independent hero amongst so much mediocrity. What happens though if the child in question is pushed in two different directions by their parents? Ken Sato (Christopher Sea) is… Read More »Screener S…
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MAXXXINE MOVIE REVIEW Even if you’re not a fan of the films, you’ve got to hand it to director/writer Ti West: no one has ever made a horror trilogy in the fashion that the X series is constructed. Each one distinctively different in style, and believe me, style is in charge here, but ultimately with… Read More »Highly Suspect Reviews: Maxxxine…
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KINDS OF KINDNESS MOVIE REVIEW Director/writer Yorgos Lanthimos definitely veered away from his usual fare with his recent and multi-award winning films The Favorite and Poor Things. But his latest, a triptych anthology Kinds of Kindness, returns to the dark absurdism of films like The Lobster and The Killing of a Sacred Deer. His cast… Read More »…
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THE GREAT LILLIAN HALL MOVIE REVIEW Broadway actress Lillian Hall is ready to go full showtime with Ivan Chekhov’s stage play “The Cherry Orchard” but a bad diagnosis from her doctor sets her up to have the standard biopic ‘long life lived’ reflections before the final curtain call. The Great Lillian Hall stars Jessica Lange… Read More »Screener Sq…
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A QUIET PLACE: DAY ONE MOVIE REVIEW The nasty sound-sensitive alien monsters return, or rather, we see their arrival from a different viewpoint, in this new prequel to the A Quiet Place films, A Quiet Place: Day One. Whereas the first two films in the series are both co-written and directed by John Krasinski, here… Read More »Highly Suspect Reviews…
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SWEET TOOTH SEASON 3 REVIEW It has been a long, long journey to get here but we have reached the end of our story. That story being the third and final season of Netflix’s adaptation of Jeff Lemire’s comic, Sweet Tooth. The final eight episodes sees Gus and his merry crew still on the search… Read More »Screener Squad: Sweet Tooth Season 3…
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THE EXORCISM MOVIE REVIEW What’s hard to believe about The Exorcism is that it was shot pre-pandemic much earlier than Crowe’s other and much better exorcism movie, The Pope’s Exorcist. Yet, after viewing the film, it’s understandable why the studio shelved it for nearly 5 years. Russell Crowe stars in The Exorcism, his latest bout… Read More »Scre…
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WHAT REMAINS MOVIE REVIEW Writer/Director Ran Huang and Co-Writer Megan Everett-Skarsgård presents What Remains, based on a true story mystery of a man confessing to multiple murders that he may have not committed. The film begins with a chance at a new life as Mads Lake (Gustaf Skarsgård) is released on a probationary period but… Read More »Screen…
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HUMANIST VAMPIRE SEEKING CONSENTING SUICIDAL PERSON MOVIE REVIEW What do you do when you’re a vampire, and the thought of biting someone’s neck puts you in a moral quandary? This is the dilemma of Sasha, a young teenager of the vampyric persuasion who, despite her family’s pressure, is unable to bring herself to hunt down… Read More »Screener Squad…
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I USED TO BE FUNNY MOVIE REVIEW Wanda Sykes once said “I enjoy stand-up because it has the biggest reward: instant gratification. You can hear the people laughing.” The following film is about a young woman who raised laughter like an au pair raises a widower’s troubled teenage daughter. Sam (Rachel Sennott) is struggling with… Read More »Screener …
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THE BIKERIDERS MOVIE REVIEW Director Jeff Nichols (Mud, Take Shelter) dives into the world of motorcycle enthusiasts in the 1960s with The Bikeriders. Inspired by a book of photography of the same name that chronicled the lives of outlaw bikers in the period, the film is an original story by Nichols. It is told largely… Read More »Highly Suspect Re…
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INSIDE OUT 2 MOVIE REVIEW Riley is now a teen, and as we all know, a BUNCH of new emotions come out of nowhere with puberty, few of them terribly pleasant but all of them rather insistent. Thus have things changed inside Riley’s head with a group of new feelings suddenly taking the controls such… Read More »Highly Suspect Reviews: Inside Out 2…
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POOLMAN MOVIE REVIEW The Screener Squad has gathered in the One Of Us City Hall to go to the very bottom of the weekly agenda and discover that they have a review collecting dust and algae. Poolman is a “comedy” mystery film starring, produced by, written by ,and directed by one of our many cinematic… Read More »Screener Squad: Poolman…
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STAR TREK DISCOVERY – SEASON 5 REVIEW These are the voyages of the starship Discovery. Its five-season mission: to set-up spin-off shows; to seek out new fans and new demographics, to boldly go where no Trek series has gone before: the streaming era! While some may prefer the episodic format of Strange New Worlds, the… Read More »Screener Squad: St…
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THE WATCHERS MOVIE REVIEW Nepotism is alive and well with Ishana Shyamalan, daughter of M.Night Shyamalan, in her first feature film, The Watchers. Based on the book by A.M. Shine, the story follows grief stricken Mina, played by Dakota Fanning, as she wastes her days in a pet shop job that she doesn’t care about… Read More »Highly Suspect Reviews:…
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HIT MAN MOVIE REVIEW Director Richard Linklater is a director who pretty much always turns out a good film, even if it’s not terribly populist entertainment. Hit Man certainly isn’t for the kids, but it’s surprising that Netflix buried its theatrical run considering how endearing the film really is, not to mention the star vehicle… Read More »Highl…
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BAD BOYS: RIDE OR DIE MOVIE REVIEW The bad boys return for this fourth movie (shouldn’t they have saved “for life” for this one) from the same director/writers as the previous entry. This time, Mike (Will Smith) is tying the knot with the beautiful Christine (Melanie Liburd) and it’s a lovely wedding except that Marcus… Read More »Highly Suspect Re…
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DEAD BOY DETECTIVES SERIES REVIEW This new Netflix series is based on the Neil Gaiman/Matt Wagner comic books, which are themselves spin-offs of The Sandman (and some cameo casting establishes that the same is true of the show). Dead Boy Detectives is the story of Edwin and Charles, two youths cut dead in their prime,… Read More »Screener Squad: De…
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IN A VIOLENT NATURE MOVIE REVIEW What do you get when you combine Friday the 13th, the serene cinematography of Terrence Malick, and the brooding dread of It Follows? Chris Nash’s In a Violent Nature of course! The film, literally, follows the undead murderer Johnny on a slow and methodical rampage through the woods. He… Read More »Screener Squad: …
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ATLAS MOVIE REVIEW Atlas Shepherd (Jennifer Lopez), is an analyst with a deep distrust of artificial intelligence. She has committed her life to Blade Runn-er-um-searching for fugitive AI terrorists, specifically Harlan (Simu Liu), the AI who gained sentience 28 years ago and led a robot rebellion that left 3 million Earthlings dead before military…
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FURIOSA: A MAD MAX SAGA MOVIE REVIEW I don’t think anyone could have even begun to imagine back in 1979 when the original Mad Max was released that this series would go on for decades (albeit with only five movies thus far) and become what it is now: arguably THE event movie of the year.… Read More »Highly Suspect Reviews: Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga…
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TALES OF THE EMPIRE SERIES REVIEW Following in the steps of Tales of the Jedi, which told the tales of Count Dooku and Ahsoka Tano in the prequel era, Tales of the Empire offers us another point of view. After losing everything, young Morgan Elsbeth (who we were introduced to in the Ahsoka series as… Read More »Screener Squad: Tales of the Empire…
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X-MEN ’97 SERIES REVIEW In the late fall of 1992 after a previous failed pilot, the X-Men animated series hit the airwaves, ushering in a new phase of animated Marvel cartoons. Despite being plagued with production, budget, and time constraints it remained popular enough to last until 1997. A few years later, X-Men the movie… Read More »Screener Sq…
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TRASH IN THE CAN: THE KILLER EYE It’s hard to describe this week’s movie, but it’s similar to the Tommy Bahama shirt Wright was wearing as we recorded. Painful to look at, confusing, and surprisingly sexual. Jarred Schiff joins us for a movie he brought with him, so don’t blame us. We watched the tentacle… Read More »Trash in the Can: The Killer Ey…
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KNUCKLES SERIES REVIEW It’s been thirty years since Knuckles made his Sega Genesis debut in Sonic the Hedgehog 3. Now the chaotic mascot races onto Paramount Plus in a 6 episode mini series before Sonic The Hedgehog 3 lands in theaters this December. The master emerald has been protected and the evil Doctor Robotnik has… Read More »Screener Squad: …
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INFESTED MOVIE REVIEW Creature Features are mostly a thing of the past… post-WWII and pre-space race, a lot of films dealt with the fallout (pun intended) of nuclear weapons. In 50’s cinema, you had all sorts of creepy bugs being super-sized by human hubris. Movies like Tarantula, The Deadly Mantis, and Earth Vs. Spider freaked… Read More »Screener…
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I SAW THE TV GLOW MOVIE REVIEW The director of experimental art-horror hit from last year, We’re All Going to the World’s Fair, Jane Schoenbrun, returns with their latest experimental art-scifi hit, I Saw the TV Glow. The film follows Owen, who first we meet in 7th grade (briefly played by Ian Foreman). He is… Read More »Highly Suspect Reviews: I S…
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NEW LIFE MOVIE REVIEW Once upon a time you dressed so fine. Threw the bums a dime in your prime, didn’t you? People say ‘beware doll, you’re bound to fall.’ You thought they were all kidding you. You used to laugh about everybody that was hanging out. Now you don’t talk so loud. Now you… Read More »Screener Squad: New Life…
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UNFROSTED MOVIE REVIEW Jerry Seinfeld presents Unfrosted, his feature length directorial debut that offers a fictionalized account of 1963 Michigan business rivals Kellogg’s and Post competing to create a crusted fruit pastry that could change breakfast forever. This is the origin of the Pop Tart. Told as though it were as important and as dramatic…
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EVIL DOES NOT EXIST MOVIE REVIEW Director/Writer Ryûsuke Hamaguchi won Global acclaim with the 2022 Oscar winning Best International Feature Film Drive My Car. His first follow up feature parks the car in the garage and takes us up to a secluded mountain paradise. Evil Does Not Exist follows Takumi (Hitoshi Omika) a single father… Read More »Screen…
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KINGDOM OF THE PLANET OF THE APES The apes and their planet return in their tenth overall outing in this brand new (300 years after the last film) story. Caesar and his revolution have become more of a legend than anything else in this world of separated ape tribes. The Eagle Clan live peacefully, with… Read More »Highly Suspect Reviews: Kingdom of…
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INVINCIBLE SEASON 2 REVIEW Invincible is back! I mean it was back, and then 4 episodes in, Amazon was like “just kidding, still working on it.” but our favorite teenage Viltrumite Mark is back for another soul crushing season. After Omni-Man (Nolan) leaves Earth, Mark deems it crucial to take up the mantle, hopefully without… Read More »Screener Sq…
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SHOGUN SERIES REVIEW FX on Hulu presents James Clavell’s classic novel adapted into a mini series created by Rachel Kondo and Justin Marks, Shōgun. Marooned on the Islands of Japan during the Edo era in the 1600’s, English navigator John Blackthorn (Cosmo Jarvis) plans to persuade the powerful bushō and lord of the Kantō, Yoshi… Read More »Screener…
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HUMANE MOVIE REVIEW Who knew that a Cronenberg could make a populist movie?! That’s what we get to some degree with Caitlin Cronenberg’s (daughter of filmmaker, David Cronenberg) first feature, Humane. Set in the not too distant future, the UN has decided due to environmental collapse that each country in the world needs to decrease… Read More »Scr…
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STAR WARS: THE BAD BATCH SEASON 3 REVIEW In the aftermath of the Clone Wars, The Bad Batch follows Hunter, Cross Hair, Wrecker, Tech, and Echo, a unique squad of clone troopers with genetic mutations who resisted Order 66 and go on the run in the early days of the Galactic Empire. They are joined… Read More »Screener Squad: Star Wars: The Bad Batch…
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THE FALL GUY MOVIE REVIEW While the track record for adapting really old tv shows into feature films has been…mixed, to say the least, director David Leitch (Atomic Blonde, John Wick) taking on The Fall Guy, which centered around a Hollywood stuntman, seems like a match made in heaven. Ryan Gosling plays Colt Seavers, the… Read More »Highly Suspect…
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RIPLEY SERIES REVIEW He had always understood the power of lies – how they could shape reality, how they could make people see what you wanted them to see. The Talented Mr. Ripley, written by Patricia Highsmith back in 1955, has seen many adaptations over the decades. This time around, Steven Zaillian is running the… Read More »Screener Squad: Ripl…
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THE IDEA OF YOU MOVIE REVIEW Anne Hathaway at 40. Man, do I feel old. Not as old as she feels though in the Amazon Prime Video movie The Idea of You. Anne plays single mom Solène. She splits time taking care of her teen daughter Izzy with her ex-husband while also running an art… Read More »Highly Suspect Reviews: The Idea of You…
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FALLOUT SERIES REVIEW Hey there vault dwellers. I know it’s been a bit much being confined to a Vault-Tec vault for over 2 centuries, but we think it’s time that you zipped up your jumpsuit and wander out to the Wasteland. There’s raiders, rad roaches, and these cute little things called Yao Guai (basically giant,… Read More »Screener Squad: Fallou…
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BOY KILLS WORLD MOVIE REVIEW Take one part chiseled action hero, one part post-apocalyptic ‘Running Man‘ wasteland, and the 3rd project Sharlto Copley has been in this year. What do you get? Boy Kills World starring our ever favorite Pennywise the clown, Bill Skarsgard! Skarsgard stars as Boy, a deaf-mute man riddled with grief and… Read More »Scre…
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REBEL MOON PART 2: THE SCARGIVER REVIEW Round 2! Zack Snyder is back with the second part of his sci-fi “epic”, Rebel Moon Part 2: The Scargiver. We last left Kora (Sofia Boutella) and her band of mighty warriors on the titular rebel moon, Veldt. They are welcomed by the thankful villages saving them from… Read More »Screener Squad: Rebel Moon Part…
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PARASYTE: THE GREY SERIES REVIEW My skin is not my own! You know the quote, but how do you know it? It’s like the word Ewok; sometimes we just know stuff. Or perhaps the alien inside you shared the knowledge with you in a dream. Parasyte The Grey is a live-action Netflix miniseries adapted from… Read More »Screener Squad: Parasyte: The Grey…
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CHALLENGERS MOVIE REVIEW Who knew a movie about tennis could be so sexy?! Only genre-jumping Luca Guadagnino could bring a fresh take on a sports movie with Challengers. Zendaya plays tennis prodigy, Tashi, who develops a relationship with two rising stars in the game, Art (Mike Faist) and Patrick (Josh O’Connor), which ultimately becomes a… Read M…
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