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10 Best Sci-Fi Novels of the Last 10 Years, According to Reddit
Reddit has a dedicated userbase of readers and sci-fi enthusiasts: check out some of the latest and greatest books they've been reading.
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The Best Spy Movie Ever Isn’t James Bond — It’s This
Espionage has never seemed so bleak.
10 Best Spy Movies That Aren't James Bond, According to IMDb
If nobody does it better, IMDb users at least agree that spy movies like North by Northwest, the Bourne series, and Mission: Impossible rival 007.
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Actor Bruce Willis Becomes First Celebrity to Sell Rights to Deepfake Firm
The actor calls the technology "a great opportunity to go back in time."
10 Great, Underrated Movies Recommended by Roger Ebert
Roger Ebert was one of the most prominent voices in film criticism. His impact is still felt today, uplifting films unseen by most audiences.
River Review: Jennifer Peedom's Eco-Documentary Flows with Grace and Beauty
Much like her subject matter, Jennifer Peedom’s film is capable of both tranquility and devastating power.
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