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New York Times Movies
May 25, 2020

Amy Schumer on Isolation and Missing Stand-Up
Because of coronavirus concerns, she expects it will be at least a year before she returns to Comedy Cellar: "You need masks with good acoustics."

New York Times Movies
May 25, 2020

Aston Martin's James Bond Car Comes to Life
Aston Martin is re-creating the Bond DB5, as seen in "Goldfinger," with all the (responsible) spy gear it could stuff into it.

New York Times Movies
May 24, 2020

'Out' by Pixar Features Studio's First Gay Main Character
The animated film follows a gay man's journey into acceptance as he prepares to move into a city with his boyfriend.

New York Times Movies
May 24, 2020

Pixar's 'Out' Features Studio's First Gay Main Character
The animated film follows a gay man's journey into acceptance as he prepares to move into a city with his boyfriend.

New York Times Movies
May 22, 2020

The Best Films of 2020 (So Far), and They're All Streaming
Yes, it's been a weird year for movies, but our chief critics have still found plenty of gems. Here are their top picks.

New York Times Movies
May 22, 2020

8 Cannes Film Festival Prizewinners We Love (and 3 We Don't)
About now the festival jury would be weighing its choices. So our critics singled out highlights from more than 70 years of festival glory, as well as a few less-than-stellar prizewinners.

New York Times Movies
May 22, 2020

11 of Our Best Weekend Reads
Summer reading. One teenager's fight against the new Covid syndrome. Running while black. Annie Glenn dies. Suze Orman. Spike Lee. Ronan Farrow. And more.

New York Times Movies
May 22, 2020

Joel M. Reed, 86, Director of Horror Movies, Dies
He made the exploitation-splatter film "Blood Sucking Freaks," which was widely reviled but achieved cult status. He died of the novel coronavirus.

New York Times Movies
May 22, 2020

Issa Rae and Kumail Nanjiani on the Real Challenge of ‘The Lovebirds'
The actors say their new Netflix movie, which starts where most rom-coms end, needed to acknowledge their characters were people of color.

New York Times Movies
May 21, 2020

6 Things to Do This Memorial Day Weekend
Our writers offer suggestions for what to watch or listen to while we're housebound.

New York Times Movies
May 21, 2020

John Legend, Memorial Day Events and More Livestreaming This Week
Appointment viewing is back. Find out what online events to look for in coming days, and when to tune in.

New York Times Movies
May 21, 2020

‘Joan of Arc' Review: The Saint Is Revisited in Song
Bruno Dumont's movie features a young actress as the saint in her later years — along with the French pop singer Christophe.

New York Times Movies
May 21, 2020

‘Nothing Fancy' Review: Mexican Food Through British Eyes
This documentary is an admiring visit with Diana Kennedy, who has devoted her life to researching and cooking traditional Mexican food.

New York Times Movies
May 21, 2020

‘Inheritance' Review: A Rich Kid's Estate Surprise
Lily Collins stars in this peculiar cat-and-mouse thriller.

New York Times Movies
May 21, 2020

‘Villain' Review: Brothers in Harm
An aging ex-con is forced into old ways in this superior crime thriller.

New York Times Movies
May 21, 2020

‘Lucky Grandma' Review: Mean Streets of Chinatown
In Sasie Sealy's darkly funny mafia thriller, the veteran actress Tsai Chin exudes cool.

New York Times Movies
May 21, 2020

‘Survive the Night' Review: Droning Through a Home Invasion
As bored as Bruce Willis has looked in recent movies, you can't expect him to muster much interest in this home invasion thriller.

New York Times Movies
May 21, 2020

‘The Painter and the Thief' Review: An Unexpected Friendship
In this Norwegian documentary, the artist Barbora Kysilkova finds her muse in the man who stole her paintings.

New York Times Movies
May 21, 2020

‘Kate Nash: Underestimate the Girl' Review: A Star Who Fell to Earth
A new documentary, about the British singer-songwriter's struggle to reassemble her pop career, is a frank depiction of the life of a workaday musician.

New York Times Movies
May 21, 2020

‘A Towering Task' Review: Peace and Its Discontents
This sweeping documentary about the Peace Corps fails to grapple with the complex ways in which humanitarian efforts can entrench nationalism.

New York Times Movies
May 21, 2020

‘Military Wives' Review: Unlikely Choir, Familiar Frictions
The director of "The Full Monty" goes for that inspiring feeling again.

New York Times Movies
May 21, 2020

Spike Lee and the Battlefield of American History
With his new film, the peerless American filmmaker — self-isolating and reflective in New York — unsettles past and present conflicts.

New York Times Movies
May 20, 2020

‘Justice League,' Recut by Zack Snyder, Will Come to HBO Max
The 2017 superhero film replaced its director during a turbulent production, but fans' cries to #ReleaseTheSnyderCut have been heard.

New York Times Movies
May 20, 2020

12 Great TV Series by Film Directors
Before they tried their hands at TV, they had already developed signature styles as film directors. These are the best of the series currently streaming.

New York Times Movies
May 20, 2020

Lynn Shelton on Overcoming Her Darkest Moment on Set
In an interview in March for a book, the filmmaker spoke about her despair while shooting "Your Sister's Sister," and how she ultimately dealt with it.

New York Times Movies
May 20, 2020

‘The Lovebirds' Review: It's a Turkey
In spite of the talents of Issa Rae and Kumail Nanjiani, this rom-com caper never takes flight.

New York Times Movies
May 20, 2020

9 Movies to Stream When You've Watched Everything Else
Running low on options? Take a chance on offbeat selections.

New York Times Movies
May 20, 2020

‘The Trip to Greece' Review: Men of Twists, Turns and Familiar Jokes
In their final "Trip" movie, Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon retrace Odysseus' journey with laughs, vocal imitations and nonsense.

New York Times Movies
May 20, 2020

Coronavirus Shut Down the ‘Experience Economy.' Can It Come Back?
Large-scale gatherings are on hold for the foreseeable future. That is taking a toll on the live events industry and society at large.

New York Times Movies
May 20, 2020

Steve Coogan Reaches the End of ‘The Trip'
He plays a version of himself in the movie series, which is ending with "The Trip to Greece." In reality "I'm not quite as precious as I come across. But there's certainly a lot of truth in it."

New York Times Movies
May 19, 2020

When Barbra Streisand and Ryan O'Neal Went Screwball
Our critics and readers packed up their plaid valises and fled the doldrums of the present for the loony-tune streets of San Francisco circa 1972 and "What's Up, Doc?"

New York Times Movies
May 19, 2020

Pandemic Lockdown Halts Hudson Valley's Booming Film Industry
Filmmakers have headed to upstate New York for two decades, using rustic locales to produce some 500 movies, but production has shut down, threatening development plans.

New York Times Movies
May 19, 2020

‘Body Cam' Review: Rage in Physical Form
Mary J. Blige plays a bereaved police officer hunting a killer in this supernatural crime thriller.

New York Times Movies
May 18, 2020

Disney's Head of Streaming, Kevin Mayer, Becomes TikTok C.E.O.
Kevin Mayer will lead the Chinese-owned app for making and sharing short videos, which has exploded in popularity during the pandemic.

New York Times Movies
May 18, 2020

Disney's Mayer Becomes TikTok C.E.O.
Kevin Mayer will lead the Chinese-owned app for making and sharing short videos, which has exploded in popularity during the pandemic.

New York Times Movies
May 18, 2020

Best in Show: Watch Fred Willard's Most Memorable Roles
The actor and his trademark cheerful obliviousness enlivened sitcoms, mockumentaries and talk shows, real and fictional, over a five-decade career.

New York Times Movies
May 18, 2020

The Joy of the Hate-Watch
I knew I would hate ‘The Princess Bride.' What a delight to confirm not just my hunch, but that I know myself so well.

New York Times Movies
May 17, 2020

Fred Willard, Who Played Characters ‘Gloriously Out of Their Depth,' Dies at 86
He was nominated for Emmys for his roles on "Modern Family" and "Everybody Loves Raymond," and was a frequent collaborator with the director Christopher Guest.

New York Times Movies
May 16, 2020

Lynn Shelton, Director of Intimate Comic Dramas, Dies at 54
She got a late start on her filmmaking career but won acclaim for a freewheeling style that made room for contributions from actors like Marc Maron, who survives her.

New York Times Movies
May 16, 2020

Fred Willard, Comic Actor Who Thrived in Ensembles, Dies at 86
Mr. Willard, who was nominated for Emmys for his roles on "Modern Family" and "Everybody Loves Raymond," was a frequent and memorable collaborator with the director Christopher Guest.

New York Times Movies
May 16, 2020

Lynn Shelton, Director of Intimate Comic-Dramas, Dies at 54
The filmmaker got a late start on her career but won acclaim for a freewheeling style that made room for contributions from actors like Marc Maron, who survives her.

New York Times Movies
May 16, 2020

Lynn Shelton Movie Moments
A look back at the writer and director's films, and where to watch them.

New York Times Movies
May 16, 2020

At the Drive-In: Thrills, Chills, Popcorn and Hand Sanitizer
Cabin fever and movies drew carloads of people to the drive-in theater in Warwick, N.Y., on Friday as it opened for business again.

New York Times Movies
May 15, 2020

Two Projects Are Filming Again. Here's How They're Doing It.
In Iceland, a Netflix series relied on testing and color-coded armbands. In Australia, the entire cast and crew of a Stephen King adaptation quarantined together.

New York Times Movies
May 15, 2020

With Movie Theaters Closed, Marquees Go Viral
As businesses across the country remain shuttered, movie theater marquees offer jokes and advice to those wandering by.

New York Times Movies
May 15, 2020

A Star-StuddVirtual Graduation: Livestreaming Today
Appointment viewing is back. Find out what online events to look for in the coming days, and when to tune in.

New York Times Movies
May 15, 2020

‘Scoob!' Review: Once More Into the Mystery Machine
Ruh-roh. The Scooby-Doo sleuths are at it again, this time in a frantic overhaul maladroitly designed to make the Hanna-Barbera franchise seem fresh.

New York Times Movies
May 14, 2020

Furiosa's Back: George Miller Discusses the Next ‘Mad Max' Movie
The ‘Fury Road' director is currently casting a prequel, but Furiosa may look a little different this time around.

New York Times Movies
May 14, 2020

Disney Closes ‘Frozen' on Broadway, Citing Coronavirus Pandemic
The show is the first Broadway musical felled by the coronavirus.

New York Times Movies
May 14, 2020

Disney Closes ‘Frozen' on Broadway, Citing Pandemic
The show is the first Broadway musical felled by the coronavirus.

New York Times Movies
May 14, 2020

Want to Try a Robert Bresson Film? Look to Clint Eastwood
One of the most original French filmmakers of his era can also be theoretical. Take his "A Man Escaped." The American "Escape From Alcatraz" is a good companion piece.

New York Times Movies
May 14, 2020

Viewing Party! Let's All Watch ‘What's Up, Doc?'
Does this 1972 farce — starring a madcap Barbra Streisand and a flustered Ryan O'Neal, and directed by Peter Bogdanovich — still have the screwball goods?

New York Times Movies
May 14, 2020

Now Streaming: French Movies for Every Niche
In honor of the Cannes Film Festival, which would have been playing now, stream these titles that celebrate the diversity of contemporary French cinema.

New York Times Movies
May 14, 2020

Music, Theater and More to Experience at Home This Weekend
Our writers offer suggestions for what to watch or listen to while we're housebound.

New York Times Movies
May 14, 2020

A Cop Gets Away With Murder, Italian Style
The Criterion Channel is revisiting "Investigation of a Citizen Above Suspicion," Elio Petri's Oscar-winning movie from 1970.

New York Times Movies
May 14, 2020

‘Castle in the Ground' Review: Dazed and Used
A young man's bereavement leads to addiction in this sluggish dependency drama.

New York Times Movies
May 14, 2020

‘Alice' Review: The Escort Experience
Josephine Mackerras's film regards the choices of its heroine with respect and empathy, but its picture of sex work as an easy out feels like a simplistic fantasy.

New York Times Movies
May 14, 2020

‘Blood and Money' Review: A Deer Hunt Turns Cat-and-Mouse
Tom Berenger stars in this creaky survival thriller.

New York Times Movies
May 14, 2020

‘The Wrong Missy' Review: Bad Romance
In this Netflix comedy featuring David Spade and Lauren Lapkus, a texting mix-up leads to calamitous times at a retreat.

New York Times Movies
May 14, 2020

‘The Wolf House' Review: A Different Kind of Quarantine
A predator is at the door in a stunning new animated film from Chile.

New York Times Movies
May 14, 2020

‘Fourteen' Review: An Intertwined Friendship Unravels
Dan Sallitt's intimate character drama leaves a little too much left unsaid.

New York Times Movies
May 14, 2020

‘Graves Without a Name' Review: An Impossible Quest in Cambodia
The filmmaker Rithy Panh attempts to find where his parents, victims of the Khmer Rouge, are buried.

New York Times Movies
May 14, 2020

Prince and the Revolution: Livestreaming Today
Appointment viewing is back. Find out what online events to look for today, and when to tune in.

New York Times Movies
May 13, 2020

We Miss You, Cannes: 23 Filmmakers Relive Indelible Moments
Alejandro González Iñárritu, Clint Eastwood and other auteurs share memories from the film festival, like the rapturous boos and the police chief in love with movies.

New York Times Movies
May 13, 2020

Missing the Acts You Love? Spare a Thought for These Superfans
Hard-core music, theater and movie aficionados from around the world told us how they're coping in coronavirus lockdown.

New York Times Movies
May 13, 2020

Padma Lakshmi, Connie Britton, Gabrielle Union: Livestreaming Today
Appointment viewing is back. Find out what online events to look for today, and when to tune in.

New York Times Movies
May 12, 2020

What Do We Lose When Cannes Is Canceled?
With no Riviera red carpets to trip over, our film writers discuss what the festival means to movies, moviegoers and especially Hollywood at this pivotal moment.

New York Times Movies
May 12, 2020

‘Mad Max: Fury Road': The Oral History of a Modern Action Classic
Production was shut down three times, the stars often clashed, and studio executives were baffled. Here's how a difficult shoot led to an Oscar-winning masterpiece.

New York Times Movies
May 12, 2020

Josh Trank on ‘Capone,' and What Really Happened With ‘Fantastic Four'
The director, who's back with a new biopic, recalls his time on the superhero bomb and a meeting with Kathleen Kennedy that led to his exit from a "Star Wars" film.

New York Times Movies
May 12, 2020

‘Hamilton' Movie Will Stream on Disney Plus on July 3
In a surprise move, the film of the original Broadway production is being released 15 months early.

New York Times Movies
May 12, 2020

Amandla Stenberg Sees Beauty Underwater, and Strength in Maya Angelou
"The Hunger Games" and "The Hate U Give" actress also lists Tierra Whack's music and her grandfather's violin among the 10 things she can't live without.

New York Times Movies
May 12, 2020

‘Capone' Review: The Gangster as Unhygienic Hero
Tom Hardy plays Al Capone as a boogeyman bloated with body fluids.

New York Times Movies
May 12, 2020

Lena Olin at Home
The actor is sheltering at home in Bedford, N.Y., with her husband, the director Lasse Hallström, and a massive collection of throw pillows.

New York Times Movies
May 12, 2020

Lena Olin's Real Obsession
The actor is sheltering at home in Bedford, N.Y., with her husband, the director Lasse Hallström, and a massive collection of throw pillows.

New York Times Movies
May 12, 2020

Neil Gaiman Reads 'Coraline': Livestreaming Today
Appointment viewing is back. Find out what online events to look for today, and when to tune in.

New York Times Movies
May 11, 2020

In Jerry Stiller, the Rage of Jewish Fathers Found a Hilarious Outlet
The comic actor's rat-a-tat timing and bristling bass reminded us why we loved those strange, embarrassing relatives.

New York Times Movies
May 11, 2020

When ‘Valley Girl' (and Nicolas Cage) Shook Up Hollywood
With no money or clout, what started as a cheap exploitation film managed to, like, totally click with a generation — and produce an unconventional superstar.

New York Times Movies
May 11, 2020

What to Watch on Netflix to Help Language Learning
Supplement your app study with these excellent non-English movies and TV shows.

New York Times Movies
May 11, 2020

‘Have a Good Trip' Review: Stars Tell Their Groovy Acid Tales
Netflix's drug story compendium is like a long, awkward hang in your dealer's grimy apartment.

New York Times Movies
May 11, 2020

Frieze 2020, From Home: Livestreaming Today
Appointment viewing is back. Find out what online events to look for today, and when to tune in.

New York Times Movies
May 08, 2020

5 New Comedy Specials to Remind You of the Old Normal
The featured comedians, including Jerry Seinfeld, developed much of their material before the quarantine. Their bits can lighten your mood in unexpected ways.

New York Times Movies
May 08, 2020

Happy Mother's Day to These Oddballs and Malcontents
In strange times, the unorthodox matriarchs of these movies may be may be just what we need (well, maybe not the killer mom).

New York Times Movies
May 08, 2020

Broadway Does Mother's Day: Livestreaming This Weekend
Appointment viewing is back. Find out what online events to look for today, and when to tune in.

New York Times Movies
May 08, 2020

‘Valley Girl' Review: A Jukebox Musical in the Key of Irony
A suburban fashionista falls for a Hollywood punk in this remake of the cult 1983 rom-com.

New York Times Movies
May 07, 2020

11 Great Movies and Shows Leaving Netflix in May
Catch these great titles while you can. Chances are, you'll have a little more time this month than usual to watch them.

New York Times Movies
May 07, 2020

Escape With Me Into the Delirious World of 1940s Musicals
The jumpin' jive glories of old Hollywood musicals lift us out of the everyday one tap, leap and irresistible beat at a time.

New York Times Movies
May 07, 2020

‘How to Build a Girl' Review: Write On
Beanie Feldstein rocks as a nerdy high schooler who transforms into a music critic in this clever comedy.

New York Times Movies
May 07, 2020

Your Short Film of the Day
Need a break? Some distraction? Here's a little something to take you away.

New York Times Movies
May 07, 2020

‘Spaceship Earth' Review: A Mini-Planet With Mini-Planet Problems
This new documentary gets the inside story on what happened when eight people sealed themselves in a titanic terrarium.

New York Times Movies
May 07, 2020

‘Rewind' Review: Filmmaking as Therapy
In a disturbingly personal documentary, a filmmaker looks back on his experience of being sexually abused as a child.

New York Times Movies
May 07, 2020

‘Clementine' Review: Lovers by the Lake
A trite premise is stretched glacially over 90 minutes in this erotic thriller that runs low on both erotics and thrills.

New York Times Movies
May 07, 2020

‘A Good Woman Is Hard to Find' Review: Driven to Extremes
A riveting Sarah Bolger adds emotional weight to this revenge tale.

New York Times Movies
May 07, 2020

Laura Harrier on Rewriting Hollywood in Netflix's ‘Hollywood'
Set in the 1940s, the series envisions an alternate history for women of color in the movies. Harrier talked about what she learned from the role — and what it was like to wear those amazing clothes.

New York Times Movies
May 07, 2020

‘Working Man' Review: Evolving on the Assembly Line
The decay of the American Rust Belt provides a backdrop for a factory worker's transformation in this occasionally maudlin drama.

New York Times Movies
May 07, 2020

‘Intrigo: Samaria' Review: An Old Murder Mystery Unearthed
In this crime thriller, a documentary filmmaker circles back to her college years to investigate the unsolved disappearance of a classmate.

New York Times Movies
May 07, 2020

‘South Mountain' Review: She's Having Your Baby? Let's Talk It Out
Talia Balsam gets a rare chance to shine in a lead role in this sharp domestic drama, playing a woman who learns of her partner's second family.

New York Times Movies
May 07, 2020

‘Mossville: When Great Trees Fall' Review: The Material Toxicity of Racism
A documentary tells the story of a centuries-old black community in Louisiana laid waste by a chemical company, and of the residents who refuse to leave.

New York Times Movies
May 07, 2020

‘On a Magical Night' Review: Ghosts of Lovers Past and Present
Chiara Mastroianni lights up Christophe Honoré's fantastical comedy about middle-age love and regret.

New York Times Movies
May 07, 2020

‘Intrigo: Dear Agnes' Review: Please Kill My Husband
An unhappy wife hatches a homicidal scheme with her old friend, a recent widow.

New York Times Movies
May 07, 2020

‘Arkansas' Review: A Mumblecore Mob Drama
Clark Duke's film takes an unusual perspective on a familiar genre but is weighed down by its dull, uneven pace.

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