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There's a casino called Luxus. WTF.

Vegas-set thriller ‘Sleepless’ lacks excitement and authenticity

January 13th, 2017

There's a casino called Luxus. WTF.

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  • This time, Count Olaf isn't messing around.

  • Although his election as Pope was meant as a compromise, Lenny turns out to be the opposite of a peacemaker.

  • Everything in theaters this week, plus special screenings and movie reviews.

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  • The former Las Vegan's second show in a month stimulates in unexpected ways.

  • The singer-songwriter performs at Caesars' Colosseum January 13 and 14.

  • The record, out physically this week, finds the two men once again expertly meshing their styles.

  • Harsh textures are (mostly) eschewed for languid synth-pop, an ambient glaze and gentle individual elements.

  • The story might be better suited to a TV miniseries than a feature film, but it has a greater scope than its individual parts.

  • As we braced for the anniversary of Bowie's death, his team delivered a surprise nugget the day before his birthday.

  • The bombing and shootout sequences are staged with propulsive, visceral intensity.

  • Everything that makes Bonobo great can be heard in the five and a half minutes of its latest release’s title track.

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