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Nov 14, 2019

‘Ford v Ferrari' Review: It's a Gas
Matt Damon and Christian Bale star in James Mangold's look back at the golden age of Grand Prix racing.

New York Times Movies
Nov 14, 2019

‘The Hottest August' Review: Ordinary New Yorkers Facing Extreme Heat
The director draws on texts from Zadie Smith, Annie Dillard and Karl Marx for narration, but ospreys and a solar eclipse take more of a center stage.

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Nov 14, 2019

Eddie Murphy Will Star in ‘Beverly Hills Cop 4' for Netflix
The comedy sequel is part of a continuing deal between the streaming giant and Paramount, a studio without a streaming service of its own.

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Nov 14, 2019

‘I Lost My Body' Review: The Quest of a Severed Hand
There is no shortage of imagination in this animated feature. In fact, there may be more than you can stomach.

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Nov 14, 2019

‘Recorder: The Marion Stokes Project' Review: A VCR Obsession
Matt Wolf's documentary shows how one woman captured history by recording television news. The results are compelling.

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Nov 14, 2019

‘Scandalous' Review: Riches From a Supermarket Rag
A documentary on the National Enquirer pays tribute to a halcyon era of dirt digging.

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Nov 14, 2019

‘Radioflash' Review: The Hills Have Spies
Ben McPherson's generic survival story aims for post-apocalyptic dread and lands on hill-dweller horseplay.

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Nov 14, 2019

‘To Kid or Not to Kid' Review: Maybe, Baby
Maxine Trump's deeply personal documentary explores the pros and cons of motherhood with candor and empathy.

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Nov 14, 2019

‘The Warrior Queen of Jhansi' Review: Freedom Fighter
The gifted Devika Bhise and an unrecognizable Rupert Everett face off in this awkward, declamatory tribute to an inspirational Indian ruler.

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Nov 14, 2019

‘The Good Liar' Review: For Helen Mirren and Ian McKellen, the Truth Hurts
This thriller doesn't need a spoiler warning. It spoils itself.

New York Times Movies
Nov 13, 2019

The Best-Picture Race Has Begun. Could One of These Films Win?
From "Parasite" to "Joker," and Scorsese to Tarantino, we've sized up the current field, and it's a wide-open race.

New York Times Movies
Nov 13, 2019

‘Charlie's Angels' Review: Um, You Go, Girls?
In this franchise reboot, the writer-director Elizabeth Banks tries to sell stale goods with a sheen of empowerment.

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Nov 13, 2019

‘SpongeBob' Spinoff Highlights Netflix-Nickelodeon Deal
Nickelodeon will create and produce original animated content based on its library of characters for the streaming service.

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Nov 13, 2019

This Tom Hanks Story Will Help You Feel Less Bad
Hanks is playing Mister Rogers in a new movie and is just as nice as you think he is. Please read this article anyway.

New York Times Movies
Nov 12, 2019

Not Streaming: ‘Song of the South' and Other Films Stay in the Past
The streaming boom will not include problematic films from decades ago, like Disney's 1946 musical.

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Nov 12, 2019

Hasan Minhaj's Week: From ‘The Lion King' to a Trim With Jay-Z
The host of "Patriot Act" shares what he watched, read and listened to this week.

New York Times Movies
Nov 12, 2019

‘Mickey and the Bear' Review: Trapped in a Small Town, With Dad
Set in Anaconda, Montana, Annabelle Attanasio's film follows a young woman burdened with caring for a parent with PTSD.

New York Times Movies
Nov 12, 2019

Disney Plus Streamers Are Met With Error Message on Launch Day
Nearly 500 films and 7,500 TV episodes started to stream on the platform Tuesday. But some users reported technical difficulties.

New York Times Movies
Nov 12, 2019

Ricky Gervais Will Return to Host (and Roast) the Golden Globes
The British comedian, notorious for his awards-show mockery, will serve as M.C. of the show for a fifth and, he says, final time.

New York Times Movies
Nov 12, 2019

Taking It All In: Hasan Minhaj's Week
What the host of "Patriot Act" watched, read and listened to this week.

New York Times Movies
Nov 12, 2019

Disney Plus Streamers Met With Error Message on Launch Day
Nearly 500 films and 7,500 TV episodes were set to stream on the platform Tuesday. Some users reported technical difficulties instead.

New York Times Movies
Nov 12, 2019

‘Sonic the Hedgehog' Tries Again: Does the Redesign Work Now?
After a huge backlash to the character's look earlier this year, the film's release was delayed while the filmmakers went back to the drawing board.

New York Times Movies
Nov 12, 2019

What's on TV Tuesday: A ‘High School Musical' Series and Dolly Parton
Catch a new take on the 2006 Disney Channel movie, and see the country music icon open up about her career.

New York Times Movies
Nov 11, 2019

How Ludwig Goransson Became Directors' Secret Musical Weapon
The 35-year-old Swede has worked closely with Ryan Coogler and Donald Glover. Up next: the score for the "Star Wars" series "The Mandalorian."

New York Times Movies
Nov 10, 2019

‘Midway' Is a Surprise Winner at the Box Office
Thanks to a weak showing for the Stephen King adaptation "Doctor Sleep," the World War II movie took the top spot.

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Nov 10, 2019

What's on TV Sunday: ‘Back to Life' and ‘Rick and Morty'
Daisy Haggard's dark comedy about second chances hits Showtime, and "Rick & Morty" returns after a two-year hiatus.

New York Times Movies
Nov 09, 2019

Woody Allen and Amazon Settle Breach of Contract Lawsuit
The director sued the company after it canceled a four-movie deal because of a renewed focus on past sexual abuse allegations against Mr. Allen.

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Nov 09, 2019

Roman Polanski Accused of 1975 Rape
A French photographer said the director hit her and assaulted her when she was 18. She is the sixth woman to publicly accuse him of sexual abuse.

New York Times Movies
Nov 09, 2019

What's on TV Saturday: ‘Sesame Street' and ‘Let It Snow'
"Sesame Street" celebrates its 50th anniversary. And Netflix heads into the holiday season with "Let It Snow."

New York Times Movies
Nov 08, 2019

Emma Thompson Can't Live Without Hannah Gadsby and Potato Scones
The star of "Last Christmas" shares the movies, books and baked goods that top her list of essentials.

New York Times Movies
Nov 07, 2019

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

New York Times Movies
Nov 07, 2019

‘Playing With Fire' Review: A Firefighter Comedy Running on Embers
John Cena and Judy Greer elevate this family comedy that won't quite ignite.

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Nov 07, 2019

‘Harpoon' Review: Three Friends, One Yacht, Copious Blood
Some friendships just aren't made to last — an understatement for the one at the center of this sharp and stylish thriller.

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Nov 07, 2019

Spike Lee Will Be Given Film at Lincoln Center's Highest Honor
The director is the 46th winner of the Chaplin Award. Past recipients include Martin Scorsese and Alfred Hitchcock.

New York Times Movies
Nov 07, 2019

Jennifer Lee, Queen of the ‘Frozen' Franchise
Strengthening Disney's historically not-so-great sisterhood.

New York Times Movies
Nov 07, 2019

Remember Family Films? Disney Plus Is Making 'Em Like They Used To
For its new streaming service, Disney is reviving small movies in the mold of "Old Yeller." Expect to see another doggone hero, Santa's daughter and remakes of classics like "Home Alone."

New York Times Movies
Nov 07, 2019

‘Klaus' Review: A Santa Origin Story
A postman dashes through the snow with a certain toymaker in this animated holiday film.

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Nov 07, 2019

‘Earthquake Bird' Review: Unlikely Friends Caught in a Mystery
The film is based on a novel about a reserved Englishwoman and a good-time American living in Japan.

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Nov 07, 2019

‘Watson' Review: Environmentalism on the High Seas
Lesley Chilcott's documentary on Paul Watson includes snippets of his "eco-vigilante" group's widely publicized skirmishes.

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Nov 07, 2019

‘Crown Vic' Review: A Cop Thriller Abounding in Cliché
The film, about a jaded veteran officer and his rookie partner, plays like an amalgam of the tropes of numerous TV and movie police procedurals.

New York Times Movies
Nov 07, 2019

‘16 Bars' Review: Inmates Find the Beat
This film about a music workshop held at a city jail only sometimes transcends its role as an awareness tool.

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Nov 07, 2019

‘Honey Boy' Review: Shia LaBeouf Lets Himself Off the Hook
In a film he wrote, the actor plays a version of his own father. Too bad the bullying character based on LaBeouf has little desire for introspection.

New York Times Movies
Nov 06, 2019

‘Last Christmas' Review: Ho, Ho, Humbug
Emilia Clarke and Henry Golding star in a flatline of a romantic comedy.

New York Times Movies
Nov 06, 2019

Marie Laforêt, French Actress and Singer, Is Dead at 80
Known as "the girl with the golden eyes," she was seen in dozens of feature films and on television and sold more than 35 million records.

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Nov 06, 2019

‘Doctor Sleep' Review: A Duller ‘Shining'
In this Stephen King adaptation, Ewan McGregor fights old and new demons.

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Nov 06, 2019

‘Midway' Review: Pacific Theater Action. Dinner Theater Accents.
An overstuffed war movie with characters who speak the language of exposition.

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Nov 06, 2019

‘The Kingmaker' Review: The Power and Vainglory of Imelda Marcos
Lauren Greenfield turns a cool, clinical eye on the seemingly unsinkable, unstoppable former first lady of the Philippines.

New York Times Movies
Nov 06, 2019

The Lore of ‘The Godfather' Resurfaces at Roger Stone's Trial
Few films or books have entered the American lexicon as deeply as this mob chronicle, which is set to play a role at the Stone trial in Washington.

New York Times Movies
Nov 06, 2019

The Restrained Genius of a Joe Pesci Performance
Hollywood never really knew what to do with the actor and so put him in broad comedies. But "The Irishman" shows what we've been missing for so long.

New York Times Movies
Nov 05, 2019

Nigeria's Oscar Hopes Are Dashed Over English Dialogue in ‘Lionheart'
Under academy rules, international entries must predominantly be in a non-English language. It's not the first movie to be disqualified for this reason.

New York Times Movies
Nov 05, 2019

Harry Potter's Sophomore Slump: ‘Cursed Child' Loses Steam on Broadway
Grosses have slipped in the show's second year, though lower ticket prices may benefit fans.

New York Times Movies
Nov 05, 2019

Nigeria's Oscar Hopes Are Dashed Over Film's English Dialogue
Under academy rules, international entries must predominantly be in a non-English language. It's not the first movie to be disqualified for this reason.

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Nov 05, 2019

‘Marriage Story' Review: Dance Me to the End of Love
Adam Driver and Scarlett Johansson self-consciously uncouple in Noah Baumbach's tender, stinging tale of divorce.

New York Times Movies
Nov 05, 2019

What's on TV Tuesday: A Dark Coming of Age Comedy and ‘The Little Mermaid Live!'
Season 2 of "The End of the ____ing World" starts streaming on Netflix, and a live production of the beloved Disney classic airs on ABC.

New York Times Movies
Nov 04, 2019

Louis C.K. Doubles Down on the Value of Saying the Wrong Thing
On his first tour since admitting misconduct, the comedian's theme was the cathartic release of transgression as he delivered bits about his mother's death and religion.

New York Times Movies
Nov 04, 2019

Linda Hamilton on James Cameron and the First ‘Terminator' Films
The actress recalls an explosive confrontation when she demanded he treat her like a human.

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Nov 04, 2019

Helen Mirren and Ian McKellen Surprise ‘Freestyle Love Supreme'
To promote their new film, the actors took to the Broadway stage, and the cast turned their cheeky banter into an impromptu love song.

New York Times Movies
Nov 04, 2019

Watch a Metal-Crushing Action Scene From ‘Terminator: Dark Fate'
The director Tim Miller discusses a high-stakes sequence where a Terminator wreaks havoc in an auto factory.

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Nov 04, 2019

‘Terminator: Dark Fate' | Anatomy of a Scene
The director Tim Miller narrates a sequence from his film.

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Nov 04, 2019

‘The Irishman' on Broadway: Phone Booths, Broadsheets and Jimmy Hoffa Stickers
Fans came for a big-screen experience of Martin Scorsese's gangster epic at the Belasco Theater, ahead of the film's arrival on Netflix. They left with a few souvenirs.

New York Times Movies
Nov 03, 2019

Jane Fonda at 81, Proudly Protesting and Going to Jail
Being arrested at her age has its hazards, like keeping balanced with bound hands. But the star says she feels the need to do more about climate change.

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Nov 03, 2019

‘Terminator: Dark Fate' Breaks Down at the Box Office
The sixth chapter in the cyborg series fell short of prerelease sales expectations by 30 percent. Edward Norton's smaller-scale "Motherless Brooklyn" also bombed.

New York Times Movies
Nov 02, 2019

What's on TV Saturday: ‘The Morning Show' and the Breeders' Cup
Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon bring their star power to Apple's new streaming service, and top thoroughbreds compete in this California race.

New York Times Movies
Nov 01, 2019

Taika Waititi Puts on a Tuxedo
His "Jojo Rabbit" may be the year's most unlikely Oscar contender: a Nazi comedy. How will the irreverent director fare amid Hollywood's sacred rituals?

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Nov 01, 2019

With ‘Queen & Slim,' Melina Matsoukas Steps Beyond Beyoncé
For her first feature film, the director, who is known for viral music videos, was haunted by the footage of Sandra Bland's arrest.

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Nov 01, 2019

Redrum and Then Some: 7 Movies Influenced by ‘The Shining'
How films like "Get Out" and even "Toy Story" show touches of Stanley Kubrick's horror classic.

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Nov 01, 2019

Matthew Rhys and the All-Feeling Male
The Welsh actor learned a lot working on the Mister Rogers movie "A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood," starting with who Mister Rogers was.

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Nov 01, 2019

Lights, Camera, TikTok
How young people are using the app to engage with, and critique, the movies.

New York Times Movies
Nov 01, 2019

Holiday Movies 2019: Here's What's Coming Soon to Theaters
The "Star Wars" Skywalker saga is coming to an end, "Frozen" is getting a sequel and "The Shining" characters are baaaaaack. Here's what you need to know about the season in cinema.

New York Times Movies
Oct 31, 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 31, 2019

‘Harriet' Review: Becoming Moses
Cynthia Erivo and Kasi Lemmons bring Harriet Tubman to life onscreen.

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Oct 31, 2019

Nine Shows to Catch at the New York Comedy Festival
Beginning Monday, the event will pop up across the city. These rising stars could be the next festival's headliners.

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Oct 31, 2019

‘American Son' Review: Missing Teen, Missing Story
The son of an interracial couple disappears, but something else gets lost along the way as well.

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Oct 31, 2019

‘Light From Light' Review: Is This House Haunted?
Marin Ireland and Jim Gaffigan star in Paul Harrill's second feature, a tender film about paranormal activity.

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Oct 31, 2019

‘Joker' Stairs Become a Bronx Tourist Draw. Hope You're in Shape.
Visitors have been flocking to a long set of Instagram-ready outdoor steps in the Highbridge neighborhood where a memorable scene of the movie was shot.

New York Times Movies
Oct 31, 2019

Anna, Elsa and the Costume Designers Who Create Their Looks
Now that computers can render intricately detailed outfits, the little-known behind-the-scenes job has become crucial in animated movies like "Frozen 2."

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Oct 31, 2019

New Looks in ‘Frozen 2' for Sisters on an Adventure
As the royals of Arendelle travel through woods and water, their clothes have to keep up. Introducing ice boots and travel cloaks.

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Oct 31, 2019

‘Motherless Brooklyn' Review: Edward Norton Fights the Power Broker
The actor directs and stars (along with Gugu Mbatha-Raw and Alec Baldwin) in a big, ambitious adaptation of Jonathan Lethem's prizewinning novel.

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Oct 31, 2019

‘American Dharma' Review: What Makes Steve Bannon Tick?
Errol Morris fails to crack his subject in this documentary — but maybe that's the point.

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Oct 31, 2019

‘The World Is Full of Secrets' Review: Teen Tales of Terror
Stories of murder and violation abound in this unsettling, and ultimately unsatisfying, horror film.

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Oct 31, 2019

‘The Apollo' Review: Showtime for a Legendary Harlem Theater
Roger Ross Williams's documentary about the Apollo Theater explores the venue's identity as a destination for black expression.

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Oct 31, 2019

‘Gay Chorus Deep South' Review: Singing Down Homophobia
On a tour of states that have enacted laws restricting the rights of LGBTQ people, music makes a difference on a personal level.

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Oct 31, 2019

‘To Be of Service' Review: Veterans Heal With the Help of Dogs
Josh Aronson's documentary follows former military members whose service dogs help them cope with post-traumatic stress.

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Oct 31, 2019

‘Adopt a Highway' Review: Ethan Hawke as a Silent and Sympathetic Ex-Con
This quiet drama centers on a man who, soon after leaving prison, finds an abandoned child.

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Oct 31, 2019

‘Cubby' Review: Offbeat? Definitely. Out of Touch? That Too.
It's written and directed by its star, Mark Blane, playing the anagrammatic Mark Nabel, who seems to live in some alternate reality.

New York Times Movies
Oct 31, 2019

‘Queen of Hearts' Review: A Gut-Wrenching Family Drama
The film includes go-for-broke performances and an explicit sex scene.

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Oct 31, 2019

What Greta Gerwig Saw in ‘Little Women': ‘Those Are My Girls'
The filmmaker didn't so much adapt the Louisa May Alcott novel as excavate it. Think of it as a modern screenwriter in conversation with a proto-modern novelist.

New York Times Movies
Oct 30, 2019

He Helped Make Dave Chappelle Dave Chappelle
Tony Woods has never broken into the mainstream the way his protégé did, but a recent set shows why he has been so influential.

New York Times Movies
Oct 30, 2019

‘Terminator: Dark Fate' Review: It's Hasta la Vista All Over Again
Linda Hamilton and Arnold Schwarzenegger return for another chapter in everyone's favorite time-traveling killer-android franchise.

New York Times Movies
Oct 30, 2019

‘The Irishman': What to Read About Martin Scorsese's Netflix Mob Drama
The movie is opening in theaters Friday before moving to Netflix. Wherever you decide to watch it, these articles will sate your curiosity.

New York Times Movies
Oct 30, 2019

John Witherspoon, Actor in ‘Friday' and Other Movies, Dies at 77
Mr. Witherspoon, who started out as a stand-up comedian, was best known for his role as Ice Cube's father in the "Friday" franchise. He was also seen on "The Wayans Bros." and many other TV shows.

New York Times Movies
Oct 30, 2019

The Truth Is, ‘Cats' Is as Inscrutable as That Trailer
Why was the musical a sensation? What's with the plot? Based on what we know of the show, here's our guide to this unlikely mash-up of C.G.I. and T.S. Eliot.

New York Times Movies
Oct 30, 2019

‘The Irishman': What to Read About Martin Scorsese's Mob Drama
The movie is opening in theaters Friday before moving to Netflix. Wherever you decide to watch it, these articles will sate your curiosity.

New York Times Movies
Oct 30, 2019

‘The Irishman' Review: The Mob's Greatest Hits, in a Somber Key
Robert De Niro, Al Pacino and Joe Pesci star in Martin Scorsese's monumental, elegiac tale of violence, betrayal, memory and loss. It's opening Friday in theaters before moving to Netflix.

New York Times Movies
Oct 30, 2019

How ‘Parasite' Handles a ‘Mission: Impossible' Moment
The director Bong Joon Ho discusses a sequence from his film.

New York Times Movies
Oct 30, 2019

‘Parasite' | Anatomy of a Scene
The director Bong Joon Ho narrates a sequence from his film.

New York Times Movies
Oct 30, 2019

How Many Christmas Movies Is Too Many Christmas Movies?
In two years, the number of those formulaic cozy romances has soared on some TV outlets. Don't expect a slowdown anytime soon.

New York Times Movies
Oct 30, 2019

Five Holiday Movies Worth Bingeing This Season
These tales usually involve a busy modern lead, a quaint snowy village and an available love interest. Here are titles that find magic in that formula.

New York Times Movies
Oct 30, 2019

John Witherspoon, Actor in ‘Friday' and Other Hit Movies, Dies at 77
Mr. Witherspoon was a comedian best known for his roles in the "Friday" franchise, "The Tracy Morgan Show" and other films and TV shows.

New York Times Movies
Oct 30, 2019

It's Bong Joon Ho's Dystopia. We Just Live in It.
If you want to know why his biting "Parasite" is the film of the year, look at the director's body of work, a deeply humane vision of rotting humanity.

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