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Oct 17, 2018

Microaggressions at School? The ‘Hate U Give' Team Has Been There
The author Angie Thomas, the star Amandla Stenberg and the director George Tillman Jr. know what it's like to be outsiders, and put that in their work.

New York Times Movies
Oct 17, 2018

Why Does ‘First Man' Say Gemini as ‘Geminee'? NASA Explains. Sorta.
The pronunciation of the 1965-66 program is a space agency thing. Sometimes it was pronounced normally. NASA's chief historian gives the back story.

New York Times Movies
Oct 17, 2018

Review: A Restless Spirit Haunts a Family in ‘A Season in France'
Dangerous uncertainty, and a bit of hope, hangs over a family seeking political asylum in Mahamat-Saleh Haroun's latest feature.

New York Times Movies
Oct 17, 2018

Feature: Melissa McCarthy Wants to Cheer You Up
The dynamic star is trying to keep comedy alive at a moment when Hollywood — and its audience — can't seem to crack a smile.

New York Times Movies
Oct 17, 2018

Feature: Nobody Works Harder for a Laugh Than Melissa McCarthy
The dynamic star is trying to keep comedy alive at a moment when Hollywood — and its audience — can't seem to crack a smile.

New York Times Movies
Oct 17, 2018

Tiffany Haddish: ‘My Career Is a Delicious Roasted Chicken'
Trust us — it makes sense when you hear how doggedly she pursued success. Now it's to find out whether the "Girls Trip" star can make it last.

New York Times Movies
Oct 16, 2018

Review: In ‘All Square,' Taking Big Bets on Youth Baseball
Michael Kelly, Pamela Adlon and Josh Lucas enhance the small-town bookmaking shenanigans of this comedy-drama.

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Oct 16, 2018

Chance the Rapper Isn't Running: Your Tuesday Pop Culture Cheat Sheet
What you need to know from today's TV, music and movie news.

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Oct 16, 2018

Review: Melissa McCarthy Is Criminally Good in ‘Can You Ever Forgive Me?'
Marielle Heller directs a true story of literary fraud, set amid the bookstores and gay bars of early '90s Manhattan.

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Oct 16, 2018

Chance Is Not Running for Mayor: Your Tuesday Pop Culture Cheat Sheet
What you need to know from today's TV, music and movie news.

New York Times Movies
Oct 16, 2018

Review: ‘The Price of Everything' Asks $56 Billion Questions About Art
This documentary examines the global art market, and pauses to look at some pictures along the way.

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Oct 16, 2018

Review: ‘Charm City' Vividly Captures the Streets of Baltimore
Marilyn Ness's documentary is dedicated to the memory of the more than 1,000 people said to be killed in Baltimore during the film's making.

New York Times Movies
Oct 16, 2018

Review: Paul Butterfield's Story Is Told in ‘Horn From the Heart'
A documentary explores the life of the blues musician who was prominent in the 1960s and '70s.

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Oct 16, 2018

Review: ‘Impulso' Goes Backstage With a Flamenco Innovator
This documentary follows Rocío Molina, a cutting-edge dancer, as she prepares for a Paris show.

New York Times Movies
Oct 15, 2018

Pete Davidson and Ariana Grande Split Up: Your Monday Pop Culture Cheat Sheet
What you need to know from today's TV, music and movie news.

New York Times Movies
Oct 15, 2018

Review: ‘First Man' Takes a Giant Leap for Man, a Smaller Step for Movies
Damien Chazelle's sweeping and intimate yet underwhelming film revisits the first lunar landing, with Ryan Gosling as Neil Armstrong.

New York Times Movies
Oct 14, 2018

‘First Man' Is No Match for ‘Venom' and ‘A Star Is Born'
Damien Chazelle's first movie since "La La Land" was mostly loved by critics. Audiences were less impressed.

New York Times Movies
Oct 14, 2018

Neil Armstrong Walked on the Moon Nearly 50 Years Ago. Do You Remember That Day?
We want to hear your memories of watching the first man step onto the moon.

New York Times Movies
Oct 12, 2018

The Week's 5 Best and Worst Trailers (Sorry, ‘Pet Sematary')
"House of Cards" tops our list for its riveting clip, followed by "Glass" from M. Night Shyamalan, "Ben Is Back" and "The Best of Enemies."

New York Times Movies
Oct 12, 2018

Leonard Cohen Wrote a Kanye West Poem: Your Week in Pop Culture
What you need to know from this week's TV, music and movie news.

New York Times Movies
Oct 12, 2018

A Word With: Taye Diggs Has a New Title: Football Coach
Mr. Diggs talks about his new CW series, "All American"; football and Colin Kaepernick; and a nagging question about identity.

New York Times Movies
Oct 12, 2018

Fathers and Sons, Reliving on Film the Pain of Addiction
"Beautiful Boy" blends the memoirs of the recovering addict Nic Sheff and his dad, David, who struggled to help, just as our writer struggled with his father's addiction.

New York Times Movies
Oct 12, 2018

The Week in Arts: James Brown Tribute, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Berlioz at Carnegie
The Apollo Theater celebrates 50 years after "Say It Loud — I'm Black and I'm Proud."

New York Times Movies
Oct 12, 2018

Anatomy of a Scene: Watch Ryan Gosling in an Awkward Family Moment in ‘First Man'
The director Damien Chazelle discusses a scene in which Neil Armstrong explains to his children the danger of his mission.

New York Times Movies
Oct 11, 2018

Everyone Is Talking About ‘A Star Is Born.' Here's What's Worth Reading.
Reviews. Videos. Hot takes. More hot takes. It's a lot to sift through. We're here to help.

New York Times Movies
Oct 11, 2018

Drake, Bad Bunny and More: Your Thursday Pop Culture Cheat Sheet
What you need to know from today's TV, music and movie news.

New York Times Movies
Oct 11, 2018

‘First Man' | Anatomy of a Scene
The director Damien Chazelle narrates a scene from his film featuring Ryan Gosling and Claire Foy.

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Oct 11, 2018

Review: ‘Watergate' Shocks Anew With Its True Tale of Political Scandal
Charles Ferguson delivers a comprehensive documentary about the not-so-distant past, with its eye very much on the present.

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Oct 11, 2018

Review: In ‘The Oath,' a Pledge of Allegiance to a President Creates Chasms
This satirical comedy, written, directed by and starring Ike Barinholtz, turns dark and ham-handed.

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Oct 11, 2018

Review: ‘Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween' Is Toothless Terror
This sequel to the movie adaptation of R.L. Stine's horror series is more goofy than scary.

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Oct 11, 2018

Review: Hard-Boiled Play in ‘Bad Times at the El Royale'
The writer-director Drew Goddard has fun with genre and a cast that includes Jeff Bridges, Dakota Johnson, Jon Hamm, Cynthia Erivo and Chris Hemsworth.

New York Times Movies
Oct 11, 2018

Popcast: ‘A Star Is Born' Is Here. Let's Discuss.
What does Bradley Cooper's remake starring Lady Gaga say about the pop music business — and the film industry — today?

New York Times Movies
Oct 11, 2018

Review: In ‘Beautiful Boy,' a Writer Confronts His Son's Meth Addiction
Two memoirs are brought to the screen in a father-son drama starring Steve Carell and Timothée Chalamet.

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Oct 11, 2018

The Carpetbagger: How ‘Suspiria' Transformed Tilda Swinton Into an 82-Year-Old Man
The actress has been secretive about playing ‘Lutz Ebersdorf,' but now she comes clean. "Why? For the sheer sake of fun above all."

New York Times Movies
Oct 11, 2018

Review: In ‘Barbara,' a Fictional Biopic of a French Chanteuse
It's a film of scenes rather than of one unified narrative, but each scene is a showcase for the magnificent talents of its star.

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Oct 11, 2018

Review: In ‘After Everything,' a Young Love Blooms in Crisis
This cancer drama focuses less on the high stakes of illness than on how two young people talk to each other in sickness and in health.

New York Times Movies
Oct 11, 2018

Review: In ‘All Square,' Taking Big Bets on Little League
Michael Kelly, Pamela Adlon and Josh Lucas enhance the small-town bookmaking shenanigans of this comedy-drama.

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Oct 11, 2018

Review: A Russian Gymnast Goes ‘Over the Limit'
Margarita Mamun endures injury and abuse in Marta Prus's brilliantly constructed documentary.

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Oct 11, 2018

Review: In ‘Classical Period,' a Deep Dive — Really Deep — Into Dante
This highly original feature is technically in English, but it might as well be in liberal-arts-speak.

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Oct 11, 2018

Review: In ‘The Sentence,' a Woman Gets Prison, Her Family Also Pays
The documentary denounces minimum sentencing laws that put Cindy Shank behind bars.

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Oct 11, 2018

Review: ‘Bikini Moon' Finds a Documentary Crew Under Its Subject's Spell
Condola Rashad plays the title character, a homeless women who manipulates, and is manipulated by, filmmakers who soon have their own problems.

New York Times Movies
Oct 11, 2018

Review: The Disturbing Obsession of ‘The Kindergarten Teacher'
Maggie Gyllenhaal is riveting as a dissatisfied teacher who's obsessed with her 5-year-old pupil's poetic talent.

New York Times Movies
Oct 11, 2018

Review: The Drama ‘Sadie' Finds a Teenager in a Tough Situation
The film stars Sophia Mitri Schloss as the title character, a 13-year-old girl who grows angry at the men who are courting her mother.

New York Times Movies
Oct 11, 2018

‘Halloween' at 40: Their ‘Horrible Idea' Became a Horror Classic
John Carpenter and Jamie Lee Curtis are joined by four co-stars — even the one in the mask — to discuss the making of the first film.

New York Times Movies
Oct 10, 2018

WarnerMedia Plans to Unveil Streaming Service by End of 2019
The service, which will include HBO shows and Warner movies, will put AT&T into direct competition with rivals like Netflix, Disney and Amazon.

New York Times Movies
Oct 10, 2018

Business Is Boo-ing! The World of Extreme Haunts
Americans are paying to scare themselves witless, and not just on Halloween.

New York Times Movies
Oct 10, 2018

Critic's Notebook: How the New ‘A Star Is Born' Complicates an Old View of Womanhood
The relationship between Ally and Jackson echoes the original and other remakes, while modernizing their dynamic for current sensibilities.

New York Times Movies
Oct 10, 2018

Rewind: ‘Sisters' Isn't ‘Psycho,' but It's a Lacerating Spin on Hitchcock
Newly restored, "Sisters," by Brian De Palma, remade Alfred Hitchcock's "Psycho" as a thriller for the disillusioned 1970s.

New York Times Movies
Oct 09, 2018

Review: Looking Anew at a Norwegian Massacre in ‘22 July'
The director Paul Greengrass tries to make sense of a 2011 mass murder by a right-wing extremist who railed against women, Islam and Marxism.

New York Times Movies
Oct 09, 2018

Will Vinton, Revolutionary Animator With Claymation, Dies at 70
He and a partner won an Oscar with a stop-motion technique using clay figures, the likes of which found a wide audience in the California Raisins commercials.

New York Times Movies
Oct 09, 2018

24 Hours Inside the Christian Marclay Installation ‘The Clock'
At Tate Modern in London, Holly Williams watched a full day and night of the video installation so you don't have to.

New York Times Movies
Oct 09, 2018

Review: In His Last Years, Oscar Wilde Is Far From ‘The Happy Prince'
Written and directed by Rupert Everett, who also stars, the film opens as Wilde is released from prison after serving two years for gross indecency.

New York Times Movies
Oct 09, 2018

Review: In ‘Liyana,' Swaziland Orphans Turn Hardship Into a Folk Tale
The film follows a group of orphans as they take part in a storytelling workshop.

New York Times Movies
Oct 08, 2018

Scott Wilson, 76, ‘Walking Dead' and ‘In Cold Blood' Actor, Dies
Mr. Wilson's breakout part was as one of two murderers in "In Cold Blood." He played a kinder figure on several seasons of "The Walking Dead."

New York Times Movies
Oct 08, 2018

Critic's Notebook: In ‘A Star Is Born,' Lady Gaga Pits Pop Against Authenticity
The movie reflects a battle that's played out in her own career, between the perceived ephemerality of pop and the assumed durability of "real" music.

New York Times Movies
Oct 07, 2018

Venom and Lady Gaga Push Movie-Ticket Sales to an October Record
Huge turnout for "Venom" and "A Star Is Born" gave Hollywood its best October weekend ever. "Venom" came in first place, but both films exceeded expectations.

New York Times Movies
Oct 07, 2018

Is ‘A Star Is Born' Campy, or Have We Forgotten How to Feel?
We're so unused to romance and sincerity on the big screen that we've become suspicious of our reactions. Perhaps that‘s why some critics are calling it schmaltzy.

New York Times Movies
Oct 06, 2018

‘Vice,' ‘The Mule' and More: The Week's Best and Worst Trailers
Christian Bailey looks convincing as Dick Cheney, Clint Eastwood's drug runner looks promising, but Taron Egerton's ‘Robin Hood' is feeling more pointless.

New York Times Movies
Oct 05, 2018

Richard Kaplan, Acclaimed Documentarian, Is Dead at 93
His films included an Oscar-winning study of Eleanor Roosevelt and a portrait of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. that one critic called a "genuine spiritual epic."

New York Times Movies
Oct 05, 2018

Anatomy of a Scene: Watch Lady Gaga's Star Being Born
Bradley Cooper narrates a look at an early scene from his film, in which his rock star character, witnesses the musical talents of a new crush (Lady Gaga).

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Oct 05, 2018

‘A Star Is Born' | Anatomy of a Scene
Bradley Cooper narrates a sequence from his film, in which he stars with Lady Gaga.

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Oct 05, 2018

A History of Studio 54, This Time Told by the Quiet Partner
Ian Schrager, convicted with Steve Rubell of tax evasion, was conflicted about his club years. But now he wants his family to know about that time, via a new film.

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Oct 05, 2018

The Week in Arts: Kerry Washington on Broadway; Gorillaz in Brooklyn
The "Scandal" actress returns to the Great White Way to star in "American Son."

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Oct 04, 2018

Critic's Notebook: In '80s Comedies, Boys Had It Made. Girls Were the Joke.
Teen movies like "Porky's" reveled in the dynamic of Dr. Christine Blasey Ford's worst memory: "The uproarious laughter between the two, and their having fun at my expense."

New York Times Movies
Oct 04, 2018

Spellbound by Harry Potter and the Museum of Magic
At the New-York Historical Society, a glimpse of the folkloric, cultural and scientific influences on the magic of the popular series.

New York Times Movies
Oct 04, 2018

4 Stars, 4 Distinct Eras: Which Version of ‘A Star Is Born' Does It Best?
The newest version, starring Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga, hits theaters this weekend. But how does it stack up against the others? Here's a scorecard.

New York Times Movies
Oct 04, 2018

Review: In ‘Venom,' Tom Hardy as a Weirder-Than-Usual, Not-Quite Superhero
The film, which focuses on a popular Marvel character, feels like a body-horror movie played for slapstick.

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Oct 04, 2018

Review: ‘A Star Is Born' Brings Gorgeous Heartbreak
Bradley Cooper, who directed and stars with Lady Gaga, creates thrills with a steadfast belief in old-fashioned, big-feeling cinema.

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Oct 04, 2018

Review: In ‘Wajib,' a Father and Son Trek Through Nazareth
The writer-director Annemarie Jacir adds quiet warmth to the story of a strained but loving relationship in a Christian Palestinian community.

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Oct 04, 2018

Review: In ‘Bayou Caviar,' the Main Course Is a Cold-Blooded Noir
A Russian gangster, a blackmail scheme and some hungry alligators in the directorial debut of Cuba Gooding Jr.

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Oct 04, 2018

Review: Against the Odds, ‘Studio 54' Sheds Light on the Club
The documentary is at its best when focused on Ian Schrager, one of the founders, who hasn't shared his side of the story in such depth before.

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Oct 04, 2018

Review: In ‘Viking Destiny,' a Warrior Princess Reclaims Her Throne
This low-budget Nordic caper about a Viking princess and her stolen throne.

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Oct 04, 2018

Review: ‘Above and Beyond,' a Heartening Salute to NASA
Rory Kennedy's new documentary is an informative chronicle of American achievements in space.

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Oct 04, 2018

Review: ‘A Crooked Somebody' Finds a Con Man Caught Up in His Own Plan
This thriller follows an opportunistic psychic who furthers his career with the help of a murderer.

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Oct 04, 2018

Review: In ‘Await Further Instructions,' a Family Home Becomes a Battleground
A British family turns on itself when a mysterious substance seals its home in this genuinely upsetting horror-sci-fi hybrid.

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Oct 04, 2018

Review: In ‘Wobble Palace,' a Relationship Hangs by a Stringy Toupee
The movie is a sendup of broke-artist types that shimmers with abashed affection.

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Oct 04, 2018

Review: ‘Trouble' in Vermont, as Two Siblings Fight for Land
Anjelica Huston and Bill Pullman play feuding siblings in this dull comedy.

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Oct 04, 2018

Review: ‘Shine' Puts the Focus on Salsa Dancing in Spanish Harlem
The movie focuses on two estranged brothers who are at odds, until they head out on the dance floor.

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Oct 04, 2018

Review: ‘Private Life,' a Piquant Look at a Couple's Campaign to Conceive
Kathryn Hahn and Paul Giamatti star in Tamara Jenkins's perfect new comedy.

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Oct 04, 2018

The Boswell of Beverly Hills: A Historian of Homes
David Silverman has created an unlikely career as the author of books about the homes of the famous in Los Angeles

New York Times Movies
Oct 03, 2018

Review: In ‘The Hate U Give,' a Police Shooting Forces a Teen to Find Her Voice
The timely film, based on Angie Thomas's young-adult best seller of the same name, takes a wonky leap from page to screen.

New York Times Movies
Oct 03, 2018

Review: The Gorgeous Heartbreak of ‘A Star Is Born'
Bradley Cooper, who directed and stars with Lady Gaga, creates thrills with a steadfast belief in old-fashioned, big-feeling cinema.

New York Times Movies
Oct 03, 2018

Critic's Notebook: This New York Film Festival Is Definitely Not Boring
It can be elitist, maddening and most of all inspiring — especially films like Alfonso Cuarón's "Roma" and Julian Schnabel's "At Eternity's Gate."

New York Times Movies
Oct 03, 2018

Gary Kurtz, Hands-On ‘Star Wars' Producer, Is Dead at 78
Mr. Kurtz worked closely with George Lucas on the first two films in one of the most successful franchises in history.

New York Times Movies
Oct 03, 2018

Ryan Gosling, Claire Foy and Damien Chazelle Shoot for the Moon
Was the cost in lives and money worth it to put a man on the lunar surface? The award-winning actors and director discuss their Neil Armstrong biopic, "First Man."

New York Times Movies
Oct 03, 2018

Review: ‘The Great Buster' Brings a Deadpan Genius Back to Life
Peter Bogdanovich's documentary is an affectionate and informative tribute to Buster Keaton, one of the silent era's great innovators.

New York Times Movies
Oct 03, 2018

Fan Bingbing, China's Most Famous Actress, Faces Huge Fines in Tax Evasion
Ms. Fan, who has disappeared from public view for months, vastly underreported her income, the Chinese state news media said.

New York Times Movies
Oct 02, 2018

Chinese Actress Fan Bingbing Faces Huge Fines in Tax Evasion
Ms. Fan, who has disappeared from public view for months, vastly underreported her income for a recent film, the Chinese state news media said.

New York Times Movies
Oct 02, 2018

The Carpetbagger: ‘Boy Erased' Is Her Story, Too, and the Mom Wore Marchesa
The movie about gay conversion therapy is based on a memoir, and the author's mother, Martha Conley, played by Nicole Kidman, had an emotional night at the premiere.

New York Times Movies
Oct 02, 2018

Time's Up Hires W.N.B.A. President as Chief Executive
The move is aimed at transforming the volunteer initiative into a formal advocacy group fighting workplace bias. But questions remain about Time's Up's efficacy.

New York Times Movies
Oct 02, 2018

Review: ‘Moynihan' Is a Conventional, Entertaining Political Documentary
Joseph Dorman and Toby Perl Freilich's film traces the career of Daniel Patrick Moynihan.

New York Times Movies
Oct 02, 2018

Captain Marvel to Get New Comic Series Ahead of Big-Screen Debut
Starting in January, the formidable heroine will return to New York City after a stint in space. A "Captain Marvel" film starring Brie Larson arrives in March.

New York Times Movies
Oct 01, 2018

‘Rocketman' Trailer: Elton John Gets a Fittingly Surreal Teaser
The biopic, due next year, stars Taron Egerton as the rock star and is directed by the "Bohemian Rhapsody" filmmaker Dexter Fletcher.

New York Times Movies
Sep 30, 2018

‘Night School' and Its Real-Life Comedians Beat the Animated ‘Smallfoot'
Starring Tiffany Haddish as a teacher and Kevin Hart as one of her adult students, "Night School" earned $28 million in North America to be No. 1.

New York Times Movies
Sep 30, 2018

The Week in Culture: Native Art at the Met; the Fringe Festival in a Ferry
The museum is showcasing 116 masterworks from 50 cultures across North America.

New York Times Movies
Sep 28, 2018

Anatomy of a Scene: Children Learn a Hard Lesson in ‘The Hate U Give'
The director George Tillman Jr. discusses a scene in which a father teaches his children how to handle themselves in an encounter with police officers.

New York Times Movies
Sep 28, 2018

Streaming: In ‘Pretty Poison' and ‘Gun Crazy,' Femmes Fatales With Deadly Firepower
Tuesday Weld in "Pretty Poison" and Peggy Cummins in "Gun Crazy" are fresh-faced, trigger-happy young women in two films that attained cult status.

New York Times Movies
Sep 28, 2018

A Word With: Robert Redford Isn't Going Anywhere, for Now
Mr. Redford talks about his latest — but perhaps not his last — role, in "The Old Man & the Gun."

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Sep 28, 2018

‘The Hate U Give' | Anatomy of a Scene
George Tillman Jr. narrates a sequence from his film.

New York Times Movies
Sep 28, 2018

Welcome to the Playhouse, Todd Solondz
"Smugness is lethal," says the filmmaker, who, with "Emma and Max," brings his sharp eye for hypocrisy to the stage for the first time.

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