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“Born in China” follows three separate animal species in their journeys to survive in the wilderness of China. / Photo courtesy Walt Disney Studios

Review: ‘Born in China’ is aggressively average

شاشه الاسهم دبي وابوظبي Though it’s nowhere near artsy, the film is far from a waste of time.

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Pop superstar Kesha performed at Matthews Arena as part of Northeastern's Springfest. / Photo courtesy Creative Commons

Superstars close Springfest on a high note

تداول اسهم معادن For three hours Saturday night, the walls of historic Matthews Arena vibrated with the upbeat pop rock of opening act Atlas Genius, echoed with the fierce vocals of Kesha and thumped with the overpowering bass of Rae Sremmurd.

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Rom Barkhordar and Joseph Marrella perform in the Huntington Theatre Company’s production of "The Who & The What." / Photo courtesy T Charles Erickson

Review: Play about faith best suited for film

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Octavia Spencer as Roberta Taylor, McKenna Grace as Mary Adler and Chris Evans as Frank Adler in the film "Gifted."/Photo by Wilson Webb. © 2017 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation

Review: ‘Gifted’ is heartwarming but lacks originality

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Boss Baby (Alec Baldwin) confronts his brother Tim (Miles Christopher Bakshi) in DreamWorks’ “The Boss Baby.”/Photo courtesy DreamWorks Animation

Review: ‘Boss Baby’ wins laughs but little else

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