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Mar 06, 2021

Chloé Zhao, ‘Nomadland' Director, Encounters a Backlash in China
Days after winning a Golden Globe for the film, Chloé Zhao was pilloried online for past remarks about China.

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Mar 06, 2021

Seth Rogen on Pot, Pottery and Ted Cruz
We already knew about the weed and the tweeting, but when did Hollywood's most affable schlub get so into ceramics?

New York Times Movies
Mar 05, 2021

The American Academy of Arts and Letters Unveils Expanded Roster
For the first time in more than a century, the society is adding new spots for members, with a diverse group of cultural figures.

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Mar 05, 2021

Which Movie Theaters Are Reopening in New York City? Here's a Guide.
The state says they can resume operations Friday. Some cinemas are saying not so fast; others are eager to welcome audiences. Here's the latest.

New York Times Movies
Mar 05, 2021

Watch These 13 Titles on Netflix Before They Leave This Month
Every month, dozens of movies and TV shows expire from the streaming service. These are the ones not to miss in March.

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Mar 05, 2021

A Dirty Winner at a Lonely Berlin Film Festival
The Romanian director Radu Jude's "Bad Luck Banging or Loony Porn" took the top prize in an online-only edition that lacked the magic of in-person moviegoing.

New York Times Movies
Mar 05, 2021

‘Coming 2 America' | Anatomy of a Scene
The director Craig Brewer narrates a sequence from the film, which has Eddie Murphy and Arsenio Hall reprising their roles from the 1988 comedy.

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Mar 05, 2021

Kelly Marie Tran: ‘I'm Not Afraid Anymore'
The actress has left the "Star Wars" bullies behind to star as Disney's first Southeast Asian princess in "Raya and the Last Dragon." She says, "I'm finally asking for the things I want."

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Mar 05, 2021

Watch Eddie Murphy's Return to Queens in ‘Coming 2 America'
The director Craig Brewer narrates a sequence featuring the star alongside Arsenio Hall, Leslie Jones, Tracy Morgan and Jermaine Fowler.

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Mar 05, 2021

Eddie Huang: Filmmaker Was on His List of Things to Do Even Before Chef
He discusses his debut drama, "Boogie"; what moving to Taiwan showed him about America; and what it was like to work with Pop Smoke, a star of his movie.

New York Times Movies
Mar 05, 2021

'Judas and the Black Messiah' Is the Latest Film to Punt on Politics
Both "Judas and the Black Messiah" and "BlacKkKlansman" are rooted in issues of radicalism vs. the system, but the dramas rely on morally opaque characters that undermine the stories.

New York Times Movies
Mar 05, 2021

‘Boss Level' Review: Game Never Over
Frank Grillo gets to die another day — again and again and again — in the time-loop action comedy.

New York Times Movies
Mar 04, 2021

Moufida Tlatli, Groundbreaker in Arab Film, Dies at 78
With "The Silences of the Palace," a story of oppressed women in colonial Tunisia, she was first female director from the Arab world to achieve worldwide acclaim.

New York Times Movies
Mar 04, 2021

‘Coming 2 America' Review: Comedic Royalty
More than 30 years later, Eddie Murphy and Arsenio Hall reunite for a return trip from Zamunda to New York.

New York Times Movies
Mar 04, 2021

‘The Truffle Hunters' Review: In Dogged Pursuit of Culinary Gold
An enchanting documentary about men and their best friends combing the northern Italian forests for an unlikely delicacy.

New York Times Movies
Mar 04, 2021

‘Lost Course' Review: When a Village Fights Back
A 2011 revolt in Wukan, China, is the subject of a sobering, sprawling documentary.

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Mar 04, 2021

‘F.T.A.': When Jane Fonda Rocked the U.S. Army
A newly exhumed documentary delves into the actress's anti-Vietnam vaudeville tour of American military bases in 1972.

New York Times Movies
Mar 04, 2021

‘Boogie' Review: There's No Laughing in Basketball
Hoop dreams intertwine with Chinese-American identity in this coming-of-age drama from Eddie Huang.

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Mar 04, 2021

‘Keep an Eye Out' Review: A Crime Procedural That Goes Off the Rails
Quentin Dupieux takes a simple police report and twists it into a meta black comedy.

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Mar 04, 2021

‘Truth or Consequences' Review: Ghost Town at the End of the World
Hannah Jayanti's "speculative documentary" about the New Mexico town is both haunted and haunting.

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Mar 04, 2021

‘Raya and the Last Dragon' Review: Fool Me Once
A new Disney princess from Southeast Asia battles factionalism and her own trust issues.

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Mar 04, 2021

‘The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run' Review: Still Square
This new franchise installment, "Sponge on the Run," wants to be clever in nodding toward genre conventions. But its execution is poor.

New York Times Movies
Mar 04, 2021

‘Gustav Stickley: American Craftsman' Review: Artisanal Admiration
This documentary offers a dry, rote introduction to a designer who became a key figure in the Arts and Crafts movement.

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Mar 04, 2021

‘Stray' Review: Nothing but a Hound Dog
Elizabeth Lo's thoughtful documentary uses the stray dogs of Istanbul to comment on the human condition.

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Mar 04, 2021

‘The Walrus and the Whistleblower' Review: The Fight to Free a Friend
An animal trainer turned activist strives to end sea mammal captivity in this documentary that could use a sharper frame on its subject.

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Mar 04, 2021

‘My Salinger Year' Review: Ghost Writers
Margaret Qualley stars in this colorless adaptation of Joanna Rakoff's memoir of her experiences as a young writer in New York City.

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Mar 04, 2021

‘Chaos Walking' Review: Just Thinking Out Loud
Daisy Ridley plays the only woman to arrive on a planet full of men, whose thoughts are visibly on display, in this sci-fi thriller.

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Mar 04, 2021

‘Adam' Review: Beginning of a Beautiful Friendship
A widow welcomes a pregnant stranger into her home in this sentimental story mostly told unsentimentally.

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Mar 04, 2021

How Daniel Kaluuya Makes His Characters Come Alive
The "Get Out" and "Judas and the Black Messiah" actor combines deep preparation and a hunger for spontaneity. "I don't think I'm entitled to your attention."

New York Times Movies
Mar 03, 2021

Children's Film Festival Pushes Boundaries, Mixing Somber and Sweet
From a feature just for teenagers to short movies for toddlers, this groundbreaking New York event will stream for the first time nationwide.

New York Times Movies
Mar 03, 2021

The Dos and Don'ts of Staging a Pandemic-Era Awards Show
The Oscars have nearly two months to get right what has gone oh-so-wrong at other ceremonies.

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Mar 03, 2021

Keanu Reeves Comic Book Arrives Wednesday
BRZRKR, a new comic book created and co-written by the actor, has a character who looks a lot like him. It's also receiving high orders from comic-book shops.

New York Times Movies
Mar 03, 2021

‘Moxie' Review: Rebel With a Cause
Amy Poehler directs this Netflix high-school drama inspired by the relics of punk feminism.

New York Times Movies
Mar 02, 2021

Woody Allen, Mia Farrow and What Popular Culture Wants to Believe
The new HBO documentary revisits a 1990s scandal. What viewers take away from it may depend on the stories they trust about women and why.

New York Times Movies
Mar 02, 2021

For Many Golden Globe Winners, the London Stage Came First
At Sunday's ceremony, a whole host of British winners and nominees got their training in the theater before they made it to the screen.

New York Times Movies
Mar 01, 2021

Biggie Smalls, the Human Behind the Legend
The new Netflix documentary "Biggie: I Got a Story to Tell" captures the rapper before fame, and history, got a hold of him.

New York Times Movies
Mar 01, 2021

Golden Globes 2021: Where to Stream the Winners
Nearly all of the big winners from the evening are available to stream. Here's a look at where to find them and what The Times first had to say about them.

New York Times Movies
Mar 01, 2021

The Best and Worst of the Golden Globes
Amid deeply moving moments (like the speech by Chadwick Boseman's widow), there were technical difficulties and the strange sight of long-distance hosts pretending to be on the same stage.

New York Times Movies
Mar 01, 2021

Chloé Zhao becomes the first Asian woman to win the Golden Globe for best director.
Zhao also became the first woman to be named best director since Barbra Streisand won for "Yentl" almost 40 years ago.

New York Times Movies
Mar 01, 2021

Daniel Kaluuya and Chadwick Boseman are both recognized for film roles.
Daniel Kaluuya won for his performance as the Black Panther leader Fred Hampton in "Judas and the Black Messiah," while Chadwick Boseman was awarded a posthumous Globe for his role in "Ma Rainey's Black Bottom."

New York Times Movies
Mar 01, 2021

Golden Globes See Diverse Slate of Winners as Streamers Keep Gaining
Black actors won multiple trophies as the group behind the ceremony acknowledged the need to diversify. "Nomadland" and "Borat" had big nights for film, as did "Schitt's Creek" and "The Crown" for TV.

New York Times Movies
Mar 01, 2021

‘Nomadland,' ‘Borat Subsequent Moviefilm' and ‘The Crown' Led a Remote Golden Globes
Chadwick Boseman was named best actor in a drama for his role in "Ma Rainey's Black Bottom," and his widow accepted the award on his behalf. "The Queen's Gambit" was named best limited series.

New York Times Movies
Mar 01, 2021

Transcript: Amy Poehler and Tina Fey skewer the H.F.P.A.'s lack of diversity.
From opposite coasts, their split-screen opening of the Golden Globes took on the turn to streaming in the pandemic.

New York Times Movies
Mar 01, 2021

‘Minari' wins best foreign-language film, but not without controversy.
The movie competed in the category even though it was filmed in the United States and its director, Lee Isaac Chung, is American.

New York Times Movies
Mar 01, 2021

Chloé Zhao becomes the first Asian-American woman to win the Golden Globe for best director.
Zhao also became the first woman to be named best director since Barbra Streisand won for "Yentl" almost 40 years ago.

New York Times Movies
Mar 01, 2021

Chadwick Boseman wins a best actor Golden Globe and his widow accepts in an emotional speech.
It was the final role — and first win — for the late star of "Ma Rainey's Black Bottom," who died in August from colon cancer at age 43.

New York Times Movies
Feb 28, 2021

Transcript: Jane Fonda calls for diversity in Golden Globe nominees and voters.
The winner of the Cecil B. DeMille Award for lifetime achievement cited "I May Destroy You" and other productions that "deepened my empathy for what being Black has meant."

New York Times Movies
Feb 28, 2021

At This Year's Golden Globes, You Had to (Not) Be There
Beset by onscreen and offscreen problems, this year's show was not the same boozy escape.

New York Times Movies
Feb 28, 2021

Kaluuya and Boseman are both recognized for film roles.
Daniel Kaluuya won for his performance as the Black Panther leader Fred Hampton in "Judas and the Black Messiah," while Chadwick Boseman was awarded a posthumous Globe for his role in "Ma Rainey's Black Bottom."

New York Times Movies
Feb 28, 2021

Golden Globes Live Updates: Chadwick Boseman Named Best Actor in a Drama
His widow accepted the award on his behalf for his role in "Ma Rainey's Black Bottom." "The Crown" and "The Queen's Gambit" each had a big night in the TV awards.

New York Times Movies
Feb 28, 2021

Chadwick Boseman Wins Best Actor Golden Globe; His Widow Accepts in Emotional Speech
It was the final role — and first win — for the late star of "Ma Rainey's Black Bottom," who died in August from colon cancer at age 43.

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Feb 28, 2021

Transcript: Jane Fonda Calls for Diversity in Golden Globe Nominees and Voters
The winner of the Cecil B. DeMille Award for lifetime achievement cited "I May Destroy You" and other productions that "deepened my empathy for what being Black has meant."

New York Times Movies
Feb 28, 2021

‘Minari' wins best foreign language film, but not without controversy.
The movie competed in the category even though it was filmed in the United States and its director, Lee Isaac Chung, is American.

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Feb 28, 2021

‘Allen v. Farrow' Episode 2 Recap: A Family Torn Apart
Seven months after the shocking discovery of Woody Allen's relationship with Soon-Yi Previn, he was accused of sexually abusing Dylan Farrow.

New York Times Movies
Feb 28, 2021

Jason Sudeikis wins best comedic actor for ‘Ted Lasso.'


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Feb 28, 2021

Emma Corrin, as Princess Diana, wins her first Golden Globe for ‘The Crown.'
The 25-year-old actress, a relative unknown, created a sympathetic portrayal of the princess in the early years of her marriage.

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Feb 28, 2021

Transcript: Amy Poehler and Tina Fey Skewer the H.F.P.A.'s Lack of Diversity
From opposite coasts, their split-screen opening of the Golden Globes took on the turn to streaming in the pandemic.

New York Times Movies
Feb 28, 2021

Golden Globes Live Updates: A Pandemic-Era Awards Show Gets Underway
Daniel Kaluuya won best supporting actor in a film for his performance as the Black Panther leader Fred Hampton in "Judas and the Black Messiah." The award for best animated film went to "Soul." Tina Fey and Amy Poehler were on opposite coasts, but still barbed.

New York Times Movies
Feb 28, 2021

Golden Globes 2021: Highlights From the Show
The Hollywood awards season started in earnest with a socially distanced show hosted by Tina Fey and Amy Poehler. Black actors took the first two trophies.

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Feb 28, 2021

Golden Globes Winners 2021: The Complete List
Here are the winning films, TV shows, actors and production teams at the 2021 Golden Globe Awards.

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Feb 28, 2021

Daniel Kaluuya overcomes the first hiccup of the night.
Accepting the award for best supporting actor in a film for his role in "Judas and the Black Messiah," his remote speech was initially muted.

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Feb 28, 2021

Black actors were recognized with show's first two awards.
Daniel Kaluuya won for his performance as the Black Panther leader Fred Hampton in "Judas and the Black Messiah," and John Boyega won for his role in the Amazon series "Small Axe."

New York Times Movies
Feb 28, 2021

What will win tonight? Here are our predictions.


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Feb 28, 2021

How to watch the Golden Globes on TV and Online.
A quick guide to watching the ceremony.

New York Times Movies
Feb 28, 2021

How to Watch the Golden Globes 2021: Channel, Time and Streaming
Here's a quick guide with everything you need to know for the Hollywood Foreign Press Association film and television awards.

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Feb 28, 2021

Spike Lee's Children Are This Year's Golden Globe Ambassadors
Jackson Lewis Lee and Satchel Lee are the first Black siblings selected to represent "Hollywood's next generation."

New York Times Movies
Feb 27, 2021

Golden Globes 2021: What to Watch For
The Hollywood awards season starts in earnest with a socially distanced show that begins on Sunday at 8 p.m. Eastern. Streaming services are expected to dominate.

New York Times Movies
Feb 27, 2021

How to Watch the Golden Globes 2021: Date, Time and Streaming
Here's a quick guide with everything you need to know for the Hollywood Foreign Press Association film and television awards.

New York Times Movies
Feb 26, 2021

Raymond Cauchetier, Whose Camera Caught the New Wave, Dies at 101
A self-taught photographer, he created indelible images on the sets of a French revolution in film, though he was not recognized for them for decades.

New York Times Movies
Feb 26, 2021

Amazon Moves From Film Industry's Margins to the Mainstream
With several films competing for Golden Globes on Sunday and a number of high-priced movies coming this year, the streaming service has altered its reputation in Hollywood.

New York Times Movies
Feb 26, 2021

2021 Golden Globes Predictions: Will ‘Borat' Be the Big Winner?
Sacha Baron Cohen and his news-making movie could sweep the comedy categories. In drama, "The Trial of the Chicago 7" and "Nomadland" will battle it out.

New York Times Movies
Feb 26, 2021

Julie Delpy, Science-Fiction Filmmaker? It's True
Best known for romantic comedies, the creator of the cloning drama "My Zoe" refuses to be pigeonholed: "I love to mess up and not go in the direction that is expected."

New York Times Movies
Feb 26, 2021

‘Tom & Jerry' Review: Chasing the Mouse of Nostalgia
This feature-length expansion of the popular cartoon is too brainless for adults, but its kid-friendly title characters are barely supporting players.

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Feb 26, 2021

American Evangelicals, Israeli Settlers and a Skeptical Filmmaker
A new documentary illuminates what the director calls an "unholy alliance" that sharply altered the Israeli-Palestinian conflict during the Trump administration.

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Feb 26, 2021

For ‘Minari,' Lee Isaac Chung Returns to the Home He Longed to Leave
With "Minari," Lee Isaac Chung tells a semi-autobiographical tale of growing up Korean-American in the heartland.

New York Times Movies
Feb 26, 2021

A Director Returns to the Home He Longed to Leave
With "Minari," Lee Isaac Chung tells a semi-autobiographical tale of growing up Korean-American in the heartland.

New York Times Movies
Feb 26, 2021

Netflix Productions Are More Diverse Than Studio Films, Study Shows
The study, which the streaming giant commissioned, looked at films and TV series from 2018 and 2019.

New York Times Movies
Feb 25, 2021

‘Billie Eilish: The World's a Little Blurry' Review: Fame and Family
A documentary captures the creation of Eilish's multiple-Grammy-winning debut album, recorded at home but poised to go global.

New York Times Movies
Feb 25, 2021

California Lost 175,000 ‘Creative Economy' Jobs, Study Finds
"There is no economic recovery in our area unless a working creative engine is driving it," said Representative Karen Bass of California.

New York Times Movies
Feb 25, 2021

‘Cherry' Review: A Very Different Tangled Web for Tom Holland
Joe and Anthony Russo, the M.C.U. filmmaking brothers, stretch out into the real world of war, crime and addiction in a gritty drama based on a best-selling novel.

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Feb 25, 2021

‘'Til Kingdom Come' Review: An Unusual Religious Bond
Maya Zinshtein's revelatory documentary explores the political and philanthropic alliance of American evangelical Christians and Israeli Jews.

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Feb 25, 2021

With 'The Father,' Florian Zeller Pivots From Stage to Screen
Florian Zeller has found success in the theater and as a novelist. Now, his first movie as a director is nominated for four Golden Globe Awards.

New York Times Movies
Feb 25, 2021

‘The United States vs. Billie Holiday' Review: Singing for Her Life
Lee Daniels's hectic biopic portrays the singer as a victim of abuse, addiction and government persecution.

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Feb 25, 2021

‘The Vigil' Review: What Could Go Wrong Watching Over the Dead?
Money pulls in a night watcher, but a malicious spirit gets into his head in this feature debut from Keith Thomas.

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Feb 25, 2021

‘Crisis' Review: Finding a Fix
Nicholas Jarecki's new crime drama, which examines the opioid epidemic from different angles, is well-paced but often strains credulity.

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Feb 25, 2021

‘My Darling Supermarket' Review: Cosmic Tales From the Checkout Lane
The director Tali Yankelevich applies an experimental flair to her documentary about supermarket workers in Brazil.

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Feb 25, 2021

‘The Father' Review: A Capricious Mind
Anthony Hopkins gives a scalding performance as a man stricken by dementia in this clever drama.

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Feb 25, 2021

‘Un Film Dramatique' Review: Students Record the Paris Suburbs
This documentary gives middle school children a chance to show their experiences.

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Feb 25, 2021

Podcasting Is Booming. Will Hollywood Help or Hurt Its Future?
A frothy adaptation market is just one sign of the rapid evolution of the industry. But some worry that big money will stifle the D.I.Y. spirit that has driven much of its success.

New York Times Movies
Feb 24, 2021

Kingsley Ben-Adir's Breakthrough Year Didn't Come Easily
Playing Malcolm X in "One Night in Miami" is a dream realized for the British actor, but drama school didn't prepare him for all the disappointments along the way.

New York Times Movies
Feb 24, 2021

History Meets the Present on the ‘Judas and the Black Messiah' Album
The songs inspired by Shaka King's film about the 1969 police killing of the Illinois Black Panther Party chairman Fred Hampton mostly don't appear in the movie, but they expand its story.

New York Times Movies
Feb 24, 2021

‘My Zoe' Review: Julie Delpy's Provocative Family Drama
The characters can be confoundingly self-involved, but Delpy finds unusual threads to pull you closer to them and their crises.

New York Times Movies
Feb 24, 2021

Eddie Murphy and Arsenio Hall on ‘Coming 2 America'
The comic stars and longtime friends talk about their history together and their many, many roles in the original film and the new sequel.

New York Times Movies
Feb 24, 2021

Clown Princes: Eddie Murphy and Arsenio Hall on ‘Coming 2 America'
The comic stars and longtime friends talk about their history together and their many, many roles in the original film and the new sequel.

New York Times Movies
Feb 23, 2021

Golden Globes Faces Lawsuit, and Questions About Voting Group
Members of the tax-exempt Hollywood Foreign Press Association, which puts on the ceremony, are courted by stars and studios, and sometimes paid.

New York Times Movies
Feb 23, 2021

‘This Is the Life' Review: A Valuable Part of Hip-Hop History
Ava DuVernay's 2008 documentary, now streaming on Netflix, is a personal love letter to a slice of Los Angeles's 1990s hip-hop scene.

New York Times Movies
Feb 23, 2021

The Golden Globes' Biggest Winner May Be the Group That Hands Them Out
Members of the tax-exempt Hollywood Foreign Press Association, which puts on the ceremony, are courted by stars and studios, and sometimes paid.

New York Times Movies
Feb 23, 2021

‘Night Catches Us,' ‘Ida' and More Offbeat Streaming Options
Still looking for things to watch? Go out on a limb with these titles.

New York Times Movies
Feb 23, 2021

‘Pelé' Review: A National Treasure
This Netflix documentary surveys the Brazilian soccer player's pioneering career.

New York Times Movies
Feb 22, 2021

What Frances McDormand Would (and Wouldn't) Give to ‘Nomadland'
The acclaimed film required her to draw from a life she prefers to keep private. So when the director asked to cast her family, too, the star pondered whether to cross a personal line.

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