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Murjani Rawls is the pop culture editor at DK Nation, focused on music, film, television, pop culture, and sports. Murjani is an eight-year journalist, editor, five time, self-published author, podcast producer, and photographer. Before joining DK Nation, Murjani was senior editor & writer at Substream Magazine, staff writer at The Root, and senior editor & writer at The Pop Break. He is also a Rotten Tomatoes-approved film and television critic.

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‘Bad Behavior’ review: dual stories about the ills of generational trauma lacks a cohesive meeting point

Despite a inspired performance from Jennifer Connelly, the film can’t seem to meet it’s messages halfway

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‘Cat Person’ review: A runaway third act brings down interesting parables about the dating world

The film adaptation of the 2017 New Yorker short story forgoes interesting commentary about modern dating.

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With ‘The Woman King’s’ omission, the Oscars further the stigma around which Black stories it chooses to reward

2022 was a year that the Black experience flourished on the big screen. So, why won’t the Oscars acknowledge it?

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DK Nation staff gives their 2023 Royal Rumble predictions

Will The Rock show up? Who will challenge Bianca or Charlotte? The DK Nation Staff gives their thoughts.

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‘Rye Lane’ review: this British rom-com provides laughs and flair to make it its own enjoyable experience

David Jonsson and Vivian Oparah provide to be a winning pair in this stylish, Peckham set romance.

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‘Steph Curry: Underrated’ review: this is how the greatest shooter of all time was made

Director Peter Nicks looks at Steph Curry’s career, both from his early days to his fourth NBA championship.

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2023 Oscar snubs include no love for ‘The Woman King’ and female directors

Also, how do you forget Danielle Deadwyler for ‘Till’?

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The first Monday Night Raw was 90s wrestling at its purest, for good and the bad

Before WWE celebrates RAW’s 30th anniversary, we take a look back at the first episode in 1991.

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‘Infinity Pool’ review: clones, depravity, and no consequences abound

Brandon Cronenberg’s third feature shows what could happen when people are free of mortality at a luxury resort.

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‘The Last of Us’ Episode 2 review: Let’s get acquainted with the infected

Joel, Tess, and Ellie go out into the Boston landscape and find out how dangerous things really are.