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Oct 20, 2019

‘Maleficent' Sequel Disappoints at Box Office
While Disney's "Maleficent: Mistress of Evil" led in ticket sales, its earnings didn't do much to offset its considerable costs.

New York Times Movies
Oct 20, 2019

For 24 Hours Onstage, Alia Shawkat Felt Great to Feel ‘Shameless'
The "Arrested Development" actress made quite the New York stage debut, repeating one fiery scene opposite about 100 different actors in "The Second Woman."

New York Times Movies
Oct 20, 2019

What's on TV Sunday: ‘Watchmen' and ‘Limetown'
Damon Lindelof's take on the comic book series airs on HBO. And Jessica Biel stars in a new sci-fi thriller based on a fiction podcast.

New York Times Movies
Oct 19, 2019

The Life of Cameron Douglas, From Privilege to Prison and Back
In his memoir "Long Way Home," Michael Douglas's oldest son examines the "demented death wish" that drove him to drugs and crime, shining a light on his famous family along the way.

New York Times Movies
Oct 18, 2019

‘Parasite' and South Korea's Income Gap: Call It Dirt Spoon Cinema
Bong Joon Ho's latest film joins a growing list of movies criticizing South Korean inequality — a problem so pervasive it has given birth to its own slang.

New York Times Movies
Oct 18, 2019

Filmmakers in Gritty Tokyo, Not a Cherry Blossom in Sight
"Shitamachi," a new Film Forum retrospective, offers a primer on the geography and rich culture of the Japanese capital's working-class neighborhoods.

New York Times Movies
Oct 18, 2019

Netflix's ‘The Laundromat' Goes On as Court Transfers Lawsuit
A judge on Thursday ruled that a defamation lawsuit filed by the firm at the center of the Panama Papers should be heard in the Los Angeles area.

New York Times Movies
Oct 18, 2019

There Are Worse Roles Than the Seducer. Ask Alexander Skarsgard.
The actor talks about his latest turn as a compelling sociopath in "The Kill Team" and his Emmy-winning role in "Big Little Lies."

New York Times Movies
Oct 18, 2019

The Week in Arts: Alicia Keys, Mark Morris and an Expanded MoMA
The singer headlines Tidal's benefit concert in Brooklyn; and the Museum of Modern Art debuts its larger, more diverse collection.

New York Times Movies
Oct 17, 2019

‘Wounds' Review: He Sees Dead People
Armie Hammer plays a New Orleans bartender who quickly loses his friendly veneer when a spooky cellphone takes over his life.

New York Times Movies
Oct 17, 2019

At MoMA, Home Movies That Reveal the World
"Private Lives Public Spaces" is a thought-provoking show of neglected footage from the museum's collection. With little background information available, you get to play historian and detective.

New York Times Movies
Oct 17, 2019

HBO Max Will Stream ‘Spirited Away' and 20 Other Studio Ghibli Films
Start up the cat bus: For the first time, the films from the anime studio co-founded by Hayao Miyazaki will be available on a U.S. streaming service.

New York Times Movies
Oct 17, 2019

‘Jojo Rabbit' Review: The Third Reich Wasn't All Fun and Games
Taika Waititi's new film mixes farce, fantasy and drama in a Nazi-era coming-of-age story.

New York Times Movies
Oct 17, 2019

‘Kinetta' Review: Cryptic Seeds of Yorgos Lanthimos's Imagery
Set around a Greek seaside resort, the now-acclaimed director's 2005 movie bears inklings of ideas he would explore more fully later.

New York Times Movies
Oct 17, 2019

‘Maleficent: Mistress of Evil' Review: Sleep, Sleep, My Lovelies
Angelina Jolie returns as the powerful, dangerous fairy in this tame, disappointing follow-up to the 2014 revisionist hit.

New York Times Movies
Oct 17, 2019

Review: ‘Watchmen' Is an Audacious Rorschach Test
Damon Lindelof's entertaining comic-book rethink takes on the Big Bad of white supremacy, explosively and sometimes unsteadily.

New York Times Movies
Oct 17, 2019

‘#Female Pleasure' Review: Fighting the Patriarchy
Barbara Miller's humane profile of five women fighting back against sexism and misogyny is a hopeful, clearheaded confessional.

New York Times Movies
Oct 17, 2019

‘Tell Me Who I Am' Review: Twin Brothers Face an Awful Truth
This documentary about siblings and irrevocable memory loss is sad and eerie to the extent that you wish it were fiction.

New York Times Movies
Oct 17, 2019

‘The Cave' Review: Do No Harm, for as Long as Possible
Feras Fayyad's new documentary takes viewers into a subterranean Syrian hospital, as warplanes rumble overhead and bombings rattle the walls.

New York Times Movies
Oct 17, 2019

‘The Elephant Queen' Review: Magnificent Images of Majestic Animals
In footage shot over several years, this documentary follows a herd of elephants across the Kenyan savanna.

New York Times Movies
Oct 17, 2019

‘Serendipity' Review: Turning a Cancer Diagnosis Into Art
In her new documentary, the sculptor Prune Nourry explores how her work evolved after a breast cancer diagnosis.

New York Times Movies
Oct 17, 2019

‘Greener Grass' Review: Life Is (Not) Beautiful
Burying itself in weirdness and absurdity, this oddball movie follows two soccer moms through a surreally competitive suburban hell.

New York Times Movies
Oct 17, 2019

‘By the Grace of God' Review: A Devastating Film About Survivors of Abuse
The often irreverent French director François Ozon gets serious with a fact-based story about a group of men who were childhood victims of a pedophile priest.

New York Times Movies
Oct 17, 2019

‘Cyrano, My Love' Review: A Nose for Romance
This superficial take on the writing and initial staging of "Cyrano de Bergerac" is a whirlwind of soapy declarations and backstage chaos.

New York Times Movies
Oct 17, 2019

What Can Robert Pattinson Do to Keep You Guessing?
After "Twilight," the actor reinvented himself in art-house films. How will he follow "The Lighthouse" and his wildest role so far? With yet another swerve: He's playing Batman.

New York Times Movies
Oct 16, 2019

‘The Lighthouse' Review: Dark Nights, Troubled Souls, Hairy Men
Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe play antagonistic lighthouse keepers in a twisted tale of men and loneliness.

New York Times Movies
Oct 16, 2019

Overlooked No More: Lotte Reiniger, Animator Who Created Magic With Scissors and Paper
Even before Disney, Reiniger told fanciful stories in animated films with her hand-cut paper silhouettes.

New York Times Movies
Oct 16, 2019

Alex Wolff Acts, Writes and Directs. And He's Only 21.
His debut film, "The Cat and the Moon," is loosely inspired by his parents.

New York Times Movies
Oct 16, 2019

‘Zombieland: Double Tap' Review: Back to Crack Wise and Crush Skulls
After 10 years, Woody Harrelson, Emma Stone, Jesse Eisenberg and Abigail Breslin are still murdering the pop-culture clichés.

New York Times Movies
Oct 16, 2019

Why the Oscars, Emmys and Tonys Are Not Ready for They and Them
Asia Kate Dillon of "Billions" is calling on the Television Academy to scrap gendered categories. But the organization and others have no plans for change, for now.

New York Times Movies
Oct 16, 2019

Firm at Center of Panama Papers Sues Netflix Over ‘The Laundromat'
The law firm, Mossack Fonseca, objects to the way the film portrays them as villains at the center of a web of illegal offshore activities.

New York Times Movies
Oct 16, 2019

‘Mrs. Doubtfire' Musical Is Coming to Broadway
The 1993 comedy has a Broadway-friendly family plot, but filling one of Robin Williams's most memorable roles could be risky.

New York Times Movies
Oct 16, 2019

Flannery O'Connor Documentary Wins New Award From Library of Congress
The filmmakers Elizabeth Coffman and Mark Bosco will be awarded the first Library of Congress Lavine/Ken Burns Prize for Film, which comes with a $200,000 finishing grant.

New York Times Movies
Oct 16, 2019

When We Laugh at Nazis, Maybe the Joke's on Us
More than a half-century after Mel Brooks made "The Producers," mocking Hitler isn't what it used to be.

New York Times Movies
Oct 16, 2019

Another Movie, Another Musical: ‘Mrs. Doubtfire' Coming to Broadway
The 1993 comedy has a Broadway-friendly family plot, but filling one of Robin Williams's most memorable roles could be risky.

New York Times Movies
Oct 16, 2019

‘Watchmen' Is Coming. (Actually, It Never Left.)
A new adaptation of the graphic novel "Watchmen" is coming to HBO. The original changed superhero tales — and pop culture at large — forever.

New York Times Movies
Oct 16, 2019

Who Will Watch ‘Watchmen'?
Damon Lindelof, creator of the HBO comic adaptation, and Regina King, its star, discuss why the show is a Rorschach test of its own.

New York Times Movies
Oct 15, 2019

Cuba Gooding Jr. Is Accused of Unwanted Sexual Touching by 14 Women
The actor is facing charges of touching one woman's breast and another's buttocks, and prosecutors said 12 others have come forward with allegations.

New York Times Movies
Oct 15, 2019

Cuba Gooding Jr. Faces Second Groping Charge
The actor was accused in a new indictment of pinching a woman's behind last year. Prosecutors said other women also have come forward with allegations.

New York Times Movies
Oct 15, 2019

The Movie Is Opening Wide. The Screen Is Changing Shape.
Filmmakers this season are playing with aspect ratios (the dimensions of the frame), sometimes from one scene to the next. You'll see it in "The Laundromat," "The Lighthouse" and others.

New York Times Movies
Oct 15, 2019

Review: Two Films From Rosine Mbakam Explore West African Women's Identity
‘The Two Faces of a Bamileke Woman' and ‘Chez Jolie Coiffure' offer Cameroonian women the chance to speak for themselves.

New York Times Movies
Oct 15, 2019

DreamWorks Film ‘Abominable' Is Pulled by Vietnam Over Chinese Map Scene
The animated movie briefly shows China's disputed "nine-dash line" in the South China Sea, which includes territory claimed by Vietnam and other countries.

New York Times Movies
Oct 15, 2019

‘Stuffed' Review: There's Artistry in That Plumage
This documentary makes the case for taxidermy as a cuddly profession.

New York Times Movies
Oct 15, 2019

Vietnam Pulls DreamWorks Film ‘Abominable' Over Chinese Map Scene
The animated movie briefly shows China's disputed "nine-dash line" in the South China Sea, which includes territory claimed by Vietnam and other countries.

New York Times Movies
Oct 15, 2019

What's on TV Tuesday: ‘Arrow' and ‘Hedwig and the Angry Inch'
The Green Arrow prepares to hang up his bow in his series's final season, and John Cameron Mitchell struts his stuff in "Hedwig."

New York Times Movies
Oct 14, 2019

AMC Theater Chain Gets Into Streaming With On-Demand Movies
AMC Entertainment dominates the cineplex business. Now it also wants to be a major player in home viewing.

New York Times Movies
Oct 14, 2019

The Many Shades of Wednesday Addams
With a new "Addams Family" movie in theaters, a look back at the portrayal of one of its most popular family members over the years.

New York Times Movies
Oct 14, 2019

‘Joker': A Dance Critic Reviews Joaquin Phoenix's Moves
Mr. Phoenix's remarkable performance puts two characters in one moving, sinewy body.

New York Times Movies
Oct 13, 2019

‘Addams Family' Climbs Box Office, but ‘Joker' Stays on Top
"Joker" left room for the arrival of another, less violently somber movie (with similarly strong Halloween costume potential): "The Addams Family."

New York Times Movies
Oct 13, 2019

Lights. Camera. Prayer. A Mini-Hollywood Grows in Utah.
Movies made by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are an important part of a film and TV ecosystem in northern Utah. And there's not an R-rating in sight.

New York Times Movies
Oct 12, 2019

Bob Weinstein, Brother of Disgraced Mogul, Starts New Production Company
The younger brother of Harvey Weinstein is returning to Hollywood, a move that brought condemnation from the advocacy group Time's Up.

New York Times Movies
Oct 12, 2019

What's on TV Saturday: ‘The Mighty Boosh' and ‘Meeting Gorbachev'
Revisit the absurdist comedy of Noel Fielding and Julian Barratt, and catch Werner Herzog's conversations with the former Russian leader.

New York Times Movies
Oct 11, 2019

Philip Gips, Creator of Celebrated Film Posters, Dies at 88
In the imagery he devised to promote "Alien," "Rosemary's Baby" and other movies, he strove to capture their essence without giving too much away.

New York Times Movies
Oct 11, 2019

Anna Quayle, British Character Actress, Is Dead at 86
She bantered with John Lennon in "A Hard Day's Night" and won a Tony for playing four women in "Stop the World — I Want to Get Off."

New York Times Movies
Oct 11, 2019

With ‘Lucy in the Sky,' Noah Hawley Expands His Universe
The director explains how his approach to the show he's known for, "Fargo," was very different for the astronaut tale starring Natalie Portman.

New York Times Movies
Oct 11, 2019

Questions About ‘Gemini Man?' We Have Answers
If you're wondering how they made Will Smith look like the Fresh Prince again, or are curious about the movie's high frame rate (and what that is), read here.

New York Times Movies
Oct 11, 2019

Dying Languages Cry Out in ‘Last Whispers'
Lena Herzog's mixture of enigmatic film and immersive sound evokes a global crisis of linguistic disappearance.

New York Times Movies
Oct 11, 2019

‘Jexi' Review: When a Smartphone Calls You Dumb
Rose Byrne voices a very aggressive virtual phone assistant who roasts Adam Devine in this comedy from the writers of "The Hangover."

New York Times Movies
Oct 11, 2019

This Joker's a Dancer, Too
Our dance critic discusses Joaquin Phoenix's remarkable performance, which puts two characters in one moving, sinewy body.

New York Times Movies
Oct 11, 2019

Elizabeth Olsen on Grief, the Scarlet Witch and Her Next Life
The actress talks about juggling "Sorry For Your Loss" with the Marvel juggernaut, while dreaming up her next great adventures.

New York Times Movies
Oct 11, 2019

Netflix Goes All Out to Wow Children as Streaming Wars Intensify
Faced with new competition like Disney Plus, the streaming service has quietly prepared a barrage of shows and movies for children and families.

New York Times Movies
Oct 11, 2019

The Week in Arts: Glorious Nubian Art in Boston
The Nubians of ancient Sudan left behind artwork as fine as the Egyptians'. Now it's on view at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston.

New York Times Movies
Oct 10, 2019

4 Film Series to Catch in N.Y.C. This Weekend
Our guide to film series and special screenings.

New York Times Movies
Oct 10, 2019

‘The Addams Family' Review: A Mostly Snappy Reboot
This animated film from the directors of "Sausage Party" is pretty much the diversion you would expect.

New York Times Movies
Oct 10, 2019

‘El Camino': What to Remember 6 Years After ‘Breaking Bad'
A new feature-length sequel comes to Netflix this weekend. But it's been a while since the series ended in a cloud of gun smoke. Here's where we left the major characters.

New York Times Movies
Oct 10, 2019

‘Little Monsters' Review: Zombies Hunger Down Under
Lupita Nyong'o saves kindergartners from zombies — and the movie from total schlock — in this wan Australian horror comedy.

New York Times Movies
Oct 10, 2019

‘The King' Review: Once More Unto the Breach (but Why?)
In this period drama, Timothée Chalamet plays the prince who becomes King Henry V (with little help from Shakespeare).

New York Times Movies
Oct 10, 2019

Cuba Gooding Jr. Facing New Charge as Groping Trial Is Delayed
Prosecutors said the actor, who had been set to face a Manhattan jury, has been accused in a second incident, but they provided no details.

New York Times Movies
Oct 10, 2019

‘Parasite' Review: The Lower Depths Rise With a Vengeance
In Bong Joon-ho's new film, a destitute family occupies a wealthy household in an elaborate scheme that goes comically — then horribly — wrong.

New York Times Movies
Oct 10, 2019

Cuba Gooding Jr. Facing New Charges as Groping Trial Is Delayed
Prosecutors said the actor, who had been set to face a Manhattan jury, has been accused in a second incident, but they provided no details.

New York Times Movies
Oct 10, 2019

‘In My Room' Review: Alone Again, Unnaturally
A mass extinction forces a miserable man to dramatically reshape his life in Ulrich Köhler's uncommonly subtle character study.

New York Times Movies
Oct 10, 2019

‘Je T'Aime Moi Non Plus' Review: Serge Gainsbourg's Oddball Directorial Debut
The 1976 film, which features a young Jane Birkin and Joe Dallesandro, debuts in New York in a new restoration this week.

New York Times Movies
Oct 10, 2019

‘Lucky Day' Review: A Revenge Film That Won't Grow Up
Roger Avary's new movie doesn't add up to much more than scenes of breathtaking violence sprinkled with tasteless sexual humor.

New York Times Movies
Oct 10, 2019

‘The Sky Is Pink' Review: A Story Told From the Grave
A genetic condition steals a child's life, but before it does, her mother, with grand gestures, ensures her days are packed with happiness.

New York Times Movies
Oct 10, 2019

‘Emanuel' Review: Race, Religion, Thoughts and Prayers
Through interviews with victims' families, survivors and others, Brian Ivie's documentary revisits the 2015 massacre at a historic black church in Charleston.

New York Times Movies
Oct 10, 2019

‘Fantastic Fungi' Review: The Magic of Mushrooms
Louie Schwartzberg's informative and kooky documentary offers nothing less than a model for planetary survival.

New York Times Movies
Oct 10, 2019

‘Mary' Review: Death and the Maiden (Voyage)
Recycled scares and a slew of visual clichés trap Emily Mortimer and Gary Oldman in this standard-issue possession tale.

New York Times Movies
Oct 10, 2019

Cuba Gooding Jr. Trial to Begin in New York Court
The actor was accused of groping a woman at a Times Square bar in June.

New York Times Movies
Oct 10, 2019

Will Smith vs. Will Smith vs. Ang Lee
With "Gemini Man," about an assassin and his much younger clone, the actor was forced to confront his career choices — and his director's view of his career choices.

New York Times Movies
Oct 09, 2019

‘Gemini Man' Review: That Assassin Looks a Lot Like Will Smith
This globe-trotting action thriller directed by Ang Lee is largely forgettable, except for one co-star.

New York Times Movies
Oct 09, 2019

The Real Threat of ‘Joker' Is Hiding in Plain Sight
What the film wants to say — about mental illness or class divisions in society — is not as interesting as what it accidentally says about whiteness.

New York Times Movies
Oct 09, 2019

‘Boys Don't Cry' 20 Years Later: For Trans Men, a Divisive Legacy
Was the movie a landmark in representation or distressingly exploitative? It was both and so much more.

New York Times Movies
Oct 09, 2019

Behind Amazon's Abrupt Change in Its Film Strategy
After poor box-office numbers for Mindy Kaling's "Late Night," the company shrank its ambitious release plan for a big fall movie, "The Aeronauts."

New York Times Movies
Oct 09, 2019

Behind Amazon's Sudden Change in Its Film Strategy
After poor box-office numbers for Mindy Kaling's "Late Night," the company shrank its ambitious release plan for a big fall movie, "The Aeronauts."

New York Times Movies
Oct 08, 2019

‘Mister America' Review: The Returns Are In: Diminishing
Tim Heidecker plays a bumbling candidate for district attorney in this satire with inspired moments but not much momentum.

New York Times Movies
Oct 07, 2019

‘Joker': What to Read About the Divisive New Film
The movie earned roughly a quarter of a billion dollars its opening weekend. It also earned some polarized reviews and an F.B.I. warning. Here's what people are saying.

New York Times Movies
Oct 07, 2019

Tina Tchen, Ex-Obama Aide, Will Take Over Time's Up
The group was founded by powerful women in Hollywood in the wake of the #MeToo movement. It aims to fight sexual harassment and assault in all industries.

New York Times Movies
Oct 07, 2019

Jokers at Every Turn at Comic Con, but They Were on Their Best Behavior
At the New York convention, fans donned green wigs and smeared on clown face paint for the opening weekend of the "Joker" film.

New York Times Movies
Oct 07, 2019

Watch Joaquin Phoenix Do a Creepy Dance in ‘Joker'
The director Todd Phillips narrates a scene from the film.

New York Times Movies
Oct 07, 2019

‘Joker' | Anatomy of a Scene
Todd Phillips narrates a sequence from "Joker."

New York Times Movies
Oct 06, 2019

‘Joker' Opens Strong at Box Office, Despite Controversy
The supervillain story has been the subject of intense debate. That didn't stop it from bringing in about $93.5 million at domestic theaters this weekend.

New York Times Movies
Oct 06, 2019

Diahann Carroll, Indelible Fixture of My Childhood
Ms. Carroll was part of my extended family, that fabulous aunt who commanded attention by simply walking into the room.

New York Times Movies
Oct 06, 2019

What's on TV Sunday: ‘Mr. Robot' and ‘Peaky Blinders'
Elliot Alderson prepares to bring down a shadowy mastermind in the final season of "Mr. Robot." And the criminally enterprising Shelby family returns for a new season of "Peaky Blinders."

New York Times Movies
Oct 05, 2019

What's on TV Saturday: ‘Austin City Limits' and ‘The Talented Mr. Ripley'
Gary Clark Jr. opens the 45th season of the live concert series. And Matt Damon plays the infamous literary grifter in the 1999 film, which is available to stream.

New York Times Movies
Oct 04, 2019

Old Masters and Fresh Surprises at the New York Film Festival
A subjective tour of the difficult and the delightful, including our critic's favorite entry. (Hint: It's by a beloved French documentarian.)

New York Times Movies
Oct 04, 2019

Why Pedro Almodóvar's Newest Film Frightened His Friends
The director who surprised even friends with his confessional new drama, "Pain and Glory," has turned inward, in life and on the screen.

New York Times Movies
Oct 04, 2019

Getting the Joker's Laugh Just Right
Joaquin Phoenix's predecessors on TV and video say that cackle takes strenuous effort. The voice actor they revere? Mark Hamill.

New York Times Movies
Oct 04, 2019

What Happened After the Joke: A Stand-Up's Harrowing Tale
Gary Gulman has always avoided hack comedy. In a new special, he finds himself in territory other comics have staked out involving depression. The results are fascinating.

New York Times Movies
Oct 04, 2019

The Jokers, Ranked
How does Joaquin Phoenix measure up to the actors who have played the Joker before?

New York Times Movies
Oct 04, 2019

Natalie Portman Shoots for the Stars and Loses Her Mind
The actor finally fulfills a childhood dream, sort of, by climbing into a spacesuit to play a tormented astronaut in "Lucy in the Sky." And soon she'll wield the hammer as female Thor.

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