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Apr 25, 2019

A Director Resolves Not to Recut His Film and a Vision Emerges
David Robert Mitchell was urged to re-edit "Under the Silver Lake" after a mixed reception in Cannes. On screens this month is what he intended to show all along.

New York Times Movies
Apr 25, 2019

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

New York Times Movies
Apr 25, 2019

‘J.T. LeRoy' Review: Unpeeling the Layers of an All-American Hoax
The well-matched Kristen Stewart and Laura Dern play creation and creator in this entertaining account of a literary fraud.

New York Times Movies
Apr 25, 2019

Streaming Movie Review: ‘Thriller' Review: High School Slasher Offers Nothing New
The diversity of its cast is refreshing, but the rest is a haphazard assemblage of recycled parts from other, better horror movies.

New York Times Movies
Apr 25, 2019

Critic's Pick: ‘Be Natural' Review: Rescuing Alice Guy Blaché, a Film Pioneer, From Oblivion
This lively documentary shows how a founder of two national cinemas — director, producer and studio boss — was almost forgotten.

New York Times Movies
Apr 25, 2019

‘The White Crow' Review: The Young Nureyev, Gotta Dance! Gotta Defect!
Ralph Fiennes directs this biographical look at the ballet dancer Rudolf Nureyev's early life, including his 1961 defection to the West.

New York Times Movies
Apr 25, 2019

‘Chasing Portraits' Review: Seeking Art Lost During the Holocaust
The documentary follows Elizabeth Rynecki as she catalogs paintings by Moshe Rynecki that were scattered during World War II.

New York Times Movies
Apr 25, 2019

‘I Trapped the Devil' Review: Anxiety, Panic and Maybe Satan on a Holiday Visit
Someone is being held in the basement in this stylish film.

New York Times Movies
Apr 25, 2019

Critic's Pick: ‘If the Dancer Dances' Review: An Inheritance in Motion
Maia Wechsler's documentary goes backstage with dancers in a revival of Merce Cunningham's "RainForest" as they learn to move from those who knew the groundbreaking choreographer.

New York Times Movies
Apr 25, 2019

Critic's Pick: ‘Queen of Diamonds' Review: Fear, Loathing and Misogyny
Nina Menkes's 1991 film, debuting in a new restoration, keeps a tight frame on the accumulating indignities of capitalism in Las Vegas.

New York Times Movies
Apr 25, 2019

‘Tesla Nation' Review: A Documentary Celebrates Serbian-American Accomplishments
It's not surprising that there have been great Serbian contributions to the United States. But to whom is this documentary being addressed?

New York Times Movies
Apr 25, 2019

‘Return to Return to Nuke 'Em High A.K.A. Vol. 2' Review: Troma Is Back, Icky as Ever
A putrid but at times oddly amiable exercise from the director Lloyd Kaufman.

New York Times Movies
Apr 24, 2019

Mark Medoff, ‘Children of a Lesser God' Playwright, Is Dead at 79
The work, featuring a central character who is deaf, won the Tony Award for best play in 1980 and was turned into an Oscar-winning 1986 movie.

New York Times Movies
Apr 24, 2019

Critic's Notebook: Tribeca Film Festival: 9 Filmmakers Who Should Be on Your Radar
Their films may be flawed, but they reflect talent behind the camera. This is your chance to say you saw these directors when they were just starting out.

New York Times Movies
Apr 24, 2019

Fay McKenzie Dies at 101, Almost the Length of Her Screen Career
Five 1940s movies with Gene Autry were high points of her century-spanning run, which began in silent films as an infant. She shot her last role last year.

New York Times Movies
Apr 24, 2019

Mark Medoff, ‘Children of a Lesser God' Playwright, Dies at 79
The work, featuring a central character who is deaf, won the Tony Award for best play in 1980 and was turned into an Oscar-winning 1986 movie.

New York Times Movies
Apr 24, 2019

Rewind: A Dark Swiss Comedy, Transported to Rural Senegal
In "Hyenas," now newly restored, the gifted director Djibril Diop Mambéty put his own spin on "The Visit," a misanthropic play by Friedrich Durrenmatt.

New York Times Movies
Apr 23, 2019

Blockbuster Battle Between Steven Spielberg and Netflix Fizzles
Mr. Spielberg, a Hollywood titan for more than four decades, has been cast as an anti-streaming Luddite. The reality is more complex.

New York Times Movies
Apr 23, 2019

‘Avengers: Endgame' Review: The Real Heroes Were the Friends We Made Along the Way
Iron Man, Thor, the Hulk, Captain America and other stars settle scores, tie up loose ends and take a long victory lap in the final chapter of this cycle.

New York Times Movies
Apr 23, 2019

David V. Picker, Film Executive Behind Many Hits, Dies at 87
He was crucial to the James Bond franchise, the Beatles movies, "Midnight Cowboy" and more.

New York Times Movies
Apr 23, 2019

Critic's Pick: ‘Carmine Street Guitars' Review: A Portrait of an Ax Meister
The Greenwich Village guitar shop at the heart of Ron Mann's documentary is one the last redoubts of a fast-disappearing bohemian Manhattan.

New York Times Movies
Apr 21, 2019

‘Curse of La Llorona' Is No. 1 as Box Office Braces for More ‘Avengers'
Fox's faith-based "Breakthrough," with Chrissy Metz as a mother who prays for her son's seemingly impossible medical recovery, came in third.

New York Times Movies
Apr 19, 2019

Lorraine Warren, Paranormal Investigator Portrayed in ‘The Conjuring,' Dies at 92
She and her husband looked into that famed house of spookiness in Amityville, and their cases turned into films.

New York Times Movies
Apr 19, 2019

Lorraine Warren, Paranormal Investigator, Dies at 92
She and her husband looked into that famed house of spookiness in Amityville, and their cases turned into the "Conjuring" films.

New York Times Movies
Apr 19, 2019

Warren Adler, ‘The War of the Roses' Author, Is Dead at 91
A late-blooming novelist, he had his greatest success with a comedy about a couple in a domestic free-for-all. It became a hit movie.

New York Times Movies
Apr 19, 2019

‘Kalank' Review: A Bollywood Love Story in the Shadow of Partition
Abhishek Varman's maximalist melodrama delivers spectacle (some of it mind-numbing) but fails to tell a gripping story.

New York Times Movies
Apr 19, 2019

‘When They See Us' Trailer: Ava DuVernay's Central Park Five Mini-Series Features Felicity Huffman
The actress who pleaded guilty in the college admissions scandal plays the D.A. The powerful trailer also stars Michael K. Williams and John Leguizamo.

New York Times Movies
Apr 19, 2019

Anatomy of a Scene: How ‘The Curse of La Llorona' Creates Chills
The director Michael Chaves narrates a scene from this thriller in "The Conjuring" series.

New York Times Movies
Apr 19, 2019

The Week's Most Interesting Trailers: ‘Dark Phoenix' and ‘Hobbs & Shaw'
A blond Jessica Chastain and extensive action scenes liven up those clips, and we finally get to hear Mark Hamill as Chucky in the promo for "Child's Play."

New York Times Movies
Apr 19, 2019

Anatomy of a Scene: How to Make Crying Frightening in ‘The Curse of La Llorona'
The director Michael Chaves narrates a scene from this thriller in "The Conjuring" series.

New York Times Movies
Apr 19, 2019

‘The Curse of La Llorona' | Anatomy of a Scene
Michael Chaves narrates a sequence from the thriller.

New York Times Movies
Apr 18, 2019

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

New York Times Movies
Apr 18, 2019

‘The Curse of La Llorona' Review: California Freakin', With Scares, Laughs and a Murderous Ghost
Linda Cardellini plays a widow with two children and a curse in this amusing, old-fashioned ghost story, the latest addition to the "Conjuring" series.

New York Times Movies
Apr 18, 2019

Streaming Movie Review: ‘Someone Great' Review: After a Breakup, One Last Night on the Town
Netflix's contribution to the "girls' night out" genre has its clichés, but the cast has ample chemistry to pull it off.

New York Times Movies
Apr 18, 2019

Review: ‘The Man Who Killed Don Quixote' Brings Him Back to Life
Terry Gilliam's long-deferred tribute to Cervantes's knight errant finally arrives, starring Jonathan Pryce and Adam Driver.

New York Times Movies
Apr 18, 2019

‘Naples in Veils': A Morgue Doctor Is Obsessed. The Movie Is Lifeless.
Ferzan Ozpetek's thriller tips its hat to the motifs of Hitchcock, only to wind up as a tedious muddle.

New York Times Movies
Apr 18, 2019

Critic's Pick: ‘Fast Color' Review: Can a Gifted Family Save a Parched World?
Julia Hart's wonderfully strange dystopian drama pits three gifted black women against a dried-up world and a hostile government.

New York Times Movies
Apr 18, 2019

‘Little Woods' Review: Life Is Thicker Than Blood
Tessa Thompson holds the center in this drama about a former drug smuggler on probation who is forced to find a new life for herself and her sister.

New York Times Movies
Apr 18, 2019

Almodóvar and Malick Will Compete at Cannes. Tarantino? He's a Maybe.
The Cannes Film Festival announced the first movies that will compete for the Palme d'Or in May.

New York Times Movies
Apr 18, 2019

‘Rafiki' Review: Falling in Love, Illegally
The story of a romance between two Kenyan women was shown at Cannes after being banned in Kenya.

New York Times Movies
Apr 18, 2019

Critic's Pick: ‘Grass' Review: Eavesdropping in the Coffee Shop With Hong Sang-soo
A sense of dislocation hangs over the South Korean director's latest feature as a young woman writer observes mostly melancholy people, old and young.

New York Times Movies
Apr 18, 2019

‘Instant Dreams' Review: Polaroid's Too-Secret Ingredient
Willem Baptist's documentary is an impressionistic study of the end of the Polaroid camera and the "instant film" it used.

New York Times Movies
Apr 18, 2019

‘Stuck' Review: A Movie Musical Set in a Subway Car? Stand Clear.
Michael Berry's film about characters on a stalled train aims to show how, yes, we're all connected and yes, we all need one another.

New York Times Movies
Apr 18, 2019

‘Red Joan' Review: I Spy, Reluctantly
Trevor Nunn's listless period drama about an English physicist who leaks atom-bomb secrets, drags when it should zing.

New York Times Movies
Apr 18, 2019

‘Family' Review: Better Living Through Childcare
Taylor Schilling plays a cold workaholic who improves her life by babysitting her unhappy niece.

New York Times Movies
Apr 18, 2019

How ‘Avengers' Was Assembled, Before Marvel Was Mighty
Robert Downey Jr. and the Marvel Studios president, Kevin Feige, look back on a time when "Iron Man," let alone an "Avengers" movie, was hardly a sure thing.

New York Times Movies
Apr 17, 2019

Overlooked No More: Aloha Wanderwell, Explorer and Filmmaker
By 16, she was traveling around the world behind the wheel of a Model T in a life of adventure that was interrupted only by a murder mystery.

New York Times Movies
Apr 17, 2019

‘Under the Silver Lake' Review: Andrew Garfield Gets Lost in a Haze of Pop-Culture Allusions
A little Hitchcock, a touch of noir, some '90s indie rock, a few naked women, and yet not much to see.

New York Times Movies
Apr 17, 2019

Nonfiction: The Remarkable Ben Hecht
Adina Hoffman's "Ben Hecht" and Julien Gorbach's "The Notorious Ben Hecht" examine the man's career as both a screenwriter and a political activist.

New York Times Movies
Apr 17, 2019

Streaming Movie Review: Beyoncé the Creator: ‘Homecoming' Review
Built around her 2018 Coachella performance, the Netflix documentary is, above all, about Beyoncé, who wrote, directed and executive produced.

New York Times Movies
Apr 17, 2019

Streaming Movie Review: ‘Homecoming' Review: Beyoncé the Creator
Built around her 2018 Coachella performance, the Netflix documentary is, above all, about Beyoncé, who wrote, directed and executive produced.

New York Times Movies
Apr 17, 2019

5 Things We Learned About Beyoncé's Coachella Triumph in ‘Homecoming'
In the Netflix documentary, she reveals her 2017 pregnancy involved a complication and that she had a hand in every detail in the set — down to "every light."

New York Times Movies
Apr 17, 2019

Beyoncé's ‘Homecoming': 5 Things We Learned About Her Coachella Triumph
In the Netflix documentary, she reveals her 2017 pregnancy involved a complication and that she had a hand in every detail in the set — down to "every light."

New York Times Movies
Apr 16, 2019

The Big Twist in ‘Shazam!' Hides Another Fun Easter Egg
Two of the actors who cameo in the superhero movie's secret scene explain themselves.

New York Times Movies
Apr 16, 2019

Critic's Pick: ‘Hail Satan?' Review: Pitchforks, Black Clothes and Good Deeds
Members of the Satanic Temple are not your average devil worshipers.

New York Times Movies
Apr 16, 2019

‘Penguins' Review: A Nature Documentary Veers Into Fairy Tale
Ed Helms provides the internal monologue for a 5-year-old Adélie penguin referred to as Steve, who is about to embark on his first mating season.

New York Times Movies
Apr 16, 2019

‘Avengers: Endgame': Latest Trailer Is a Trip Down Marvel's Memory Lane
The clip runs through all the movies that have come before, starting with "Iron Man" and ending with "Avengers: Infinity War."

New York Times Movies
Apr 16, 2019

Claire Denis Talks to Barry Jenkins About Director Anxiety and Expectations
The French filmmaker's approach to time and structure has long fascinated our interviewer, the American auteur of "Moonlight."

New York Times Movies
Apr 15, 2019

Critic's Pick: ‘Breakthrough' Review: A Remarkable Story of Survival, Told Through a Religious Lens
After a 14-year-old boy falls into freezing water and his pulse stops, prayers and medical workers both seem to play a role in his recovery.

New York Times Movies
Apr 15, 2019

Stargazing and Whitman: Brooklyn Bridge Park Unveils Summer Events
The array of public activities on offer will include film screenings, concerts and outdoor classes.

New York Times Movies
Apr 14, 2019

Bibi Andersson, Luminous Presence in Bergman Films, Dies at 83
Ms. Andersson, a Swedish actress, personified first purity and youth, then complexity and disillusionment, in 13 Ingmar Bergman films.

New York Times Movies
Apr 14, 2019

As Hollywood Embraces Diversity, Jobs for Female Directors Remain Sparse
After years of being called to task for sidelining female filmmakers, studios as a whole continue to rely overwhelmingly on men to lead productions.

New York Times Movies
Apr 14, 2019

‘Shazam!' Keeps Box-Office Lead as ‘Hellboy' Flounders
"Little," a comedy in the kid-adult switcheroo tradition of "Big" and "Freaky Friday," came in second place.

New York Times Movies
Apr 14, 2019

Elisabeth Moss Has a Reputation for Darkness. ‘Her Smell' Is No Exception.
The actress has been beaten down in "Us," "The Handmaid's Tale" and much more, but her new film, set in the world of '90s rock, may be even bleaker.

New York Times Movies
Apr 13, 2019

Streaming Movie Review: ‘Guava Island' Review: Donald Glover's Island Getaway Is a Casual Charmer
The star, along with Rihanna and his "Atlanta" collaborators, crafts a freewheeling paean to the pleasures of taking it easy.

New York Times Movies
Apr 13, 2019

Donald Glover's ‘Guava Island' Debuts After Coachella Set as Childish Gambino
The musician and TV creator's new project, a 55-minute film with Rihanna, is available now to stream on Amazon.

New York Times Movies
Apr 12, 2019

At Coachella 2019, the Real Action Is Happening Offstage
New films by Donald Glover and Beyoncé and an Easter Sunday Service from Kanye West are competing for buzz this year.

New York Times Movies
Apr 12, 2019

At Coachella, the Real Action Is Happening Offstage
New films by Donald Glover and Beyoncé and an Easter Sunday Service from Kanye West are competing for buzz this year.

New York Times Movies
Apr 12, 2019

‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker' Trailer: Watch Rey Prepare for Battle in Episode IX
The new teaser trailer also showed the return of familiar characters like Leia Organa and Lando Calrissian.

New York Times Movies
Apr 12, 2019

Streaming Movie Review: ‘The Silence' Review: Fleeing Winged Peril for a Quieter Place
If "Bird Box" seemed like an ocular companion to the aural deprivation of "A Quiet Place," this new film feels like a kind of prequel.

New York Times Movies
Apr 12, 2019

‘The Lion King' and Other Trailers That Raise Questions for Us
The newest clip for the Disney remake includes hardly any music. Why? And why does the promo for "Anna" make it seem oddly familiar?

New York Times Movies
Apr 12, 2019

A Word With: With a Rebel Yell, Molly Shannon Claims Collusion
She talks about playing the poet Emily Dickinson as an unlikely L.G.B.T.Q. hero and the sexist opposition that tried to silence her.

New York Times Movies
Apr 12, 2019

Donald Glover and Rihanna's ‘Guava Island': Here's What We Know
The new movie, filmed in Cuba with the director Hiro Murai, will start streaming Saturday on Amazon after being shown at Coachella.

New York Times Movies
Apr 12, 2019

Critic's Notebook: In ‘Us,' the Tethered Lives That Prisoners Would Recognize
The film's underground characters and those behind bars share many conditions; the film in effect dramatizes the issues surrounding mass incarceration.

New York Times Movies
Apr 12, 2019

‘Guava Island' First Look: Childish Gambino's Mystery Project With Rihanna Is Unveiled
The first feature from the director Hiro Murai restages and remixes Gambino songs like "This Is America" and "Summertime Magic."

New York Times Movies
Apr 11, 2019

Disney Plus Streaming Service Is Unveiled to Hollywood Fanfare
In a lavish presentation, the company provided long-awaited details about its counter to the tech giants that have moved into entertainment.

New York Times Movies
Apr 11, 2019

Anatomy of a Scene: How ‘Little' Aims for Big Laughs
The director Tina Gordon narrates a sequence from her film, featuring Marsai Martin, Issa Rae and Rachel Dratch.

New York Times Movies
Apr 11, 2019

‘Little' | Anatomy of a Scene
Tina Gordon narrates a scene featuring Marsai Martin, Issa Rae and Rachel Dratch.

New York Times Movies
Apr 11, 2019

Disney Prepares to Unveil Its Streaming Service
In a lavish presentation, the company is expected to offer long-awaited details about its counter to the tech giants that have moved into entertainment.

New York Times Movies
Apr 11, 2019

‘Dogman' Review: In Italy, a Man-Eat-Man World
In the latest from the Italian director Matteo Garrone ("Gomorrah"), a bullied dog groomer bites back.

New York Times Movies
Apr 11, 2019

‘Mary Magdalene' Review: A Revision in Need of Revision
Mary Magdalene's reputation as a temptress is set aside in Garth Davis's revisionist depiction of her life as a follower of Jesus.

New York Times Movies
Apr 11, 2019

Critic's Pick: ‘Long Day's Journey Into Night' Review: A Mesmerizing Chain of Associations
The director, Bi Gan, undertakes a radical challenge to linear narrative with awe-inspiring effect.

New York Times Movies
Apr 11, 2019

‘The Most Dangerous Year' Review: A Personal Look at Transgender Rights
The director, Vlada Knowlton, who also narrates, is the parent of a transgender daughter.

New York Times Movies
Apr 11, 2019

‘Missing Link' Review: Lovely Animation, but Lacking Inspiration
The storytelling can't match the visual creativity in the latest film from Laika studios.

New York Times Movies
Apr 11, 2019

Critic's Pick: ‘Satan & Adam' Review: Two Musicians Team Up to Play the Blues
The documentary follows the duo, who started out performing on the streets of Harlem, and went on to find wider success.

New York Times Movies
Apr 11, 2019

Critic's Pick: ‘Teen Spirit' Review: Elle Fanning Can Sing. Who Knew?
Max Minghella's sweet directing debut is both proudly clichéd and refreshingly different.

New York Times Movies
Apr 11, 2019

‘Wild Nights With Emily' Review: Emily Dickinson as Romantic Comedy Heroine
The life and work of the poet gets a delightfully droll — even gay — reinterpretation.

New York Times Movies
Apr 11, 2019

Critic's Pick: ‘Master Z: Ip Man Legacy' Review: A Martial Arts Master Roams Free
Several sequels in, the character based on the real-life Ip Man has been so throughly fictionalized that nothing is off-limits. He's also good fun.

New York Times Movies
Apr 11, 2019

‘Hellboy' Review: What's Big and Horned and Red All Over?
Neil Marshall's chaotic reboot turns all the dials to 11 and keeps them there.

New York Times Movies
Apr 11, 2019

‘Girls of the Sun' Review: Brave Women Enlisted in a Battle Against Subtlety
Eva Husson's ripped-from-real-life drama about Kurdish women fighting ISIS is a potent story marred by pompousness and good intentions.

New York Times Movies
Apr 10, 2019

‘Stockholm' Review: Seduced by a Hostage-Taker
Ethan Hawke is the main reason to see this movie, which revisits the 1973 crime that inspired the condition known as Stockholm syndrome.

New York Times Movies
Apr 10, 2019

Three Movie Subscription Services, and When They're Worth It
MoviePass made waves when it launched, but it's not the only movie subscription designed to lure you to the theater. Here are a few popular ones, who they're for, and whether you'll save money with one.

New York Times Movies
Apr 10, 2019

‘Stockholm' Review: Seduced by a Hostage Taker
Ethan Hawke is the main reason to see this movie, which revisits the 1973 crime that inspired the condition known as Stockholm syndrome.

New York Times Movies
Apr 10, 2019

Movies Primed Us for Black Holes. Here are 6 to Watch
The unveiling of the first ever image of a black hole tapped into a longstanding fascination. Where did that come from? In part, from movies like these.

New York Times Movies
Apr 10, 2019

Movies Primed Us for Black Holes. Here are 6 to Watch.
The unveiling of the first ever image of a black hole tapped into a longstanding fascination. Where did that come from? In part, from movies like these.

New York Times Movies
Apr 10, 2019

‘Little' Review: Too Much Caution and Not Enough Regina Hall
In this version of the body-switch comedy, Hall turns into her 13-year-old self, played by the amazing young actress Marsai Martin.

New York Times Movies
Apr 10, 2019

Critic's Pick: ‘Her Smell' Review: The Road to Rock 'n' Roll Transcendence Goes Through the Gutter
Elisabeth Moss is raw and charismatic in Alex Ross Perry's portrait of a musician running off the rails.

New York Times Movies
Apr 10, 2019

Jim Jarmusch's ‘The Dead Don't Die' to Open Cannes Film Festival
The zombie movie features a cast of the director's regular players including Bill Murray, Adam Driver and Tilda Swinton. Selena Gomez and Iggy Pop also appear.

New York Times Movies
Apr 10, 2019

Rewind: ‘A Very Curious Girl': You Mess With Her. You Pay.
Now 50 years old, the French director Nelly Kaplan's feminist revenge farce is a cult film newly restored and still fresh.

New York Times Movies
Apr 10, 2019

What Is a Grip? The Few Women Doing the Job in Hollywood Explain
On a movie set "we control anything over people's heads," one female key grip explains. But when you're the exception on an all-male crew, other factors come into play.

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