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Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour (Unrated)

Swift’s unparalleled tour slays on-screen; some swearing.

“Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour” brings Taylor Swift’s massively standard live performance to hundreds of thousands extra followers, providing nearly three hours’ value of footage from the sold-out tour. Swift lets the songs from every of the ten distinct eras of her profession (to this point) take viewers on a unifying, joyous and by some means delicately intimate musical journey. Iffy content material is minimal: Count on occasional suggestive dance strikes (and barely revealing costumes) and lyrics/performances that embrace swear phrases (“f—,” “s—,” “goddamn” and “b—-”) and reference ingesting and implied drug use (“doing strains”). (168 minutes)

Killers of the Flower Moon (R)

Masterful American epic about greed, violence and racism.

“Killers of the Flower Moon” is a robust, epic crime drama by director Martin Scorsese that stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Robert De Niro. It’s based mostly on the true story of Osage Nation individuals who change into rich after discovering oil — and the unscrupulous White individuals who then attempt to take it from them. Violence is frequent and may be intense: Count on weapons and taking pictures, many deaths (each violently and from sickness), gory lifeless our bodies, blood spatters, explosions, abductions, beatings, strategies of sexual menace and extra. There’s additionally a whole lot of racist habits, together with White medical doctors giving poison to Native American characters within the guise of drugs. There’s frequent ingesting (whiskey and moonshine), common cigarette smoking and a reference to cocaine. Language consists of a number of makes use of of “f—,” “s—,” “goddamn” and “b—-,” plus a model of the n-word. There’s passionate kissing and a few sex-related dialogue. (206 minutes)

Jessica’s Huge Little World (TV-Y)

Partaking “Craig of the Creek” spinoff good for younger sibs.

“Jessica’s Huge Little World” is an lively and endearing spinoff of “Craig of the Creek” that’s meant for youthful viewers. The primary character, Jessica (voice of Lucia Cunningham), is younger sufficient that she wants supervision to do her bedtime routine however sufficiently old that she desires to go to the big-kid playground. At residence, Jessica imagines her future self as a larger-than-life entertainer who exhibits up within the toilet mirror holding a microphone. The position fashions on this present are loving and trustworthy, encouraging Jessica to persevere in her quest to change into impartial. Jessica’s numerous group makes everybody really feel welcome. Character strengths demonstrated on the present embrace braveness and communication. (13 12-minute episodes)

Obtainable on Cartoon Community.

Compelling footballer documentary has cursing, manufacturers and coronary heart.

“Beckham” is a docuseries that chronicles the profession of footballer David Beckham. There’s some cursing (“a–,” “f—,” and so on.) and occasional ingesting and smoking, and folks have conversations about romance, being pregnant and infidelity. Bullying, psychological well being and loss of life threats are mentioned, and photographs {of professional} matches exhibits gamers being tripped, kicked and pushed. You can too count on to see numerous sports activities logos, journal covers and different media showcasing the Beckham model. Folks display perseverance and gratitude. (4 roughly hour-long episodes)

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