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Jun 13, 2024

‘Ultraman: Rising' Review: Bringing Up Beastie
A superhero raises a baby monster in this animated film. But the action is dragged down by talky sequences about parental responsibility.

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Jun 13, 2024

‘Treasure' Review: Unearthing the Past
Lena Dunham and Stephen Fry star in a Holocaust-memory drama that uneasily doubles as a father-daughter road movie.

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Jun 13, 2024

‘Summer Solstice' Review: Through Thick and Thin
A triumph of sensitivity, Noah Schamus's debut feature tracks a rural reunion between old friends struggling to recover their bond.

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Jun 13, 2024

‘Reverse the Curse' Review: Baseball Is Life
The writer-director David Duchovny plays a long-suffering Red Sox fan with cancer who may yet live to see the team defeat the Yankees.

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Jun 13, 2024

‘Firebrand' Review: Placid Queen
Top-shelf actors and authentic Tudor table-setting fail to quicken this glumly unfocused take on the exploits of Henry VIII's last wife, Katherine Parr.

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Jun 13, 2024

‘Tiger Stripes' Review: A Ferocious Change
Myth and the changes of puberty combine in Amanda Nell Eu's fierce, funny debut feature.

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Jun 13, 2024

‘Ride' Review: Heists, Heifers and Hospital Bills
A father and son resort to desperate measures to save an ailing child in this Texas-set dramatic thriller.

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Jun 13, 2024

‘Ghostlight' Review: With Patient Ears, Attend
The film is a gentle, emotional drama about a family struggling to stay together. It's also about the power of theater.

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Jun 13, 2024

‘Brats' Review: Feeding St. Elmo's Ire
In this documentary, Andrew McCarthy examines fame and disappointment as a member of the so-called Brat Pack of the 1980s.

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Jun 12, 2024

Tony Lo Bianco, ‘French Connection' Actor, Is Dead at 87
Once labeled a "natural-born heavy," he shined onscreen and especially onstage, securing a Tony nomination and winning an Obie Award.

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Jun 12, 2024

Sony Pictures Acquires Alamo Drafthouse in Lifeline to Cinema Chain
The deal is the first time in half a century that a traditional Hollywood studio will own a movie theater chain.

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Jun 12, 2024

‘Inside Out 2' Review: A Charming Sequel to the 2015 Hit
Anxiety meets Joy in Pixar's eager, predictably charming sequel to its innovative 2015 hit. Sadness is still around, too, as are Fear and Disgust.

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Jun 12, 2024

‘Inside Out 2' Review: PUBERTY! OMG! LOL! IYKYK!
Anxiety meets Joy in Pixar's eager, predictably charming sequel to its innovative 2015 hit. Sadness is still around, too, as are Fear and Disgust.

New York Times Movies
Jun 11, 2024

Robert De Niro Doesn't Mind Being Celebrated
Blake Lively, Jude Law, Selma Blair and many more turned out for the Tribeca Film Festival's annual artists dinner, ahead of a weekend devoted to Mr. De Niro's work.

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Jun 11, 2024

Disney's Splash Mountain Set to Reopen With Princess Tiana Theme
The ride was closed last year because of its connection to a racist film. Disney overhauled it to focus on Tiana, Disney's first Black princess, drawing praise and backlash.

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Jun 11, 2024

Watch Glen Powell and Adria Arjona Fight and Flirt in ‘Hit Man'
The director Richard Linklater narrates a pivotal sequence from his rom-com thriller.

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Jun 11, 2024

‘Hit Man' | Anatomy of a Scene
Richard Linklater, the director of "Hit Man," narrates a pivotal sequence from his film, starring Glen Powell and Adria Arjona.

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Jun 10, 2024

Chucky, Queer Icon? Peacock Includes Killer Doll in Pride Month Collection.
A graphic on the Peacock home screen seemed to induct the killer doll into the gay pantheon. His creator, however, says Chucky's queer credentials are well established.

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Jun 10, 2024

Amid Outcry, Academy Museum to Revise Exhibit on Hollywood's Jewish Roots
When the museum first opened, it was criticized for omitting Hollywood's Jewish pioneers. Now it is under fire for what its new exhibit says about them.

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Jun 10, 2024

Academy Museum to Revise Exhibit on Hollywood's Jewish Founders
When the museum first opened, it was criticized for omitting Hollywood's Jewish pioneers. Now it is under fire for what its new exhibit says about them.

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Jun 09, 2024

In ‘Dark Noon,' Hollywood Westerns Get a South African Reboot
At St. Ann's Warehouse, a collaboration between a Danish director and a South African troupe that questions the tropes of Western films.

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Jun 09, 2024

‘Bad Boys' Ticket Buyers Toss Will Smith a Career Lifeline
Mr. Smith's first wide-release film since he slapped Chris Rock at the Oscars two years ago arrived to a hefty $56 million at the North American box office.

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Jun 09, 2024

The Animosity Tour and Other Promotional Movie Campaigns We Love
For Jennifer Lopez, Sterling K. Brown, Dakota Johnson and others, the standard publicity push isn't so standard anymore.

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Jun 09, 2024

Adria Arjona on ‘Hit Man' and How the Production Surprised Her
The actress, who stars with Glen Powell, said that with the contract-killer movie, her ideas were finally valued in a writer's room.

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Jun 08, 2024

‘The Interview': The Darker Side of Julia Louis-Dreyfus
The actress is taking on serious roles, trying to overcome self-doubt and sharing more about her personal life — but she's not done being funny.

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Jun 08, 2024

Maya Hawke Doesn't Want to Let the Vibe Die
She just finished playing Flannery O'Connor and released a new album. Next up: "Inside Out 2" and a new season of "Stranger Things."

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Jun 07, 2024

Jeannette Charles, Who Doubled for the Queen, Is Dead at 96
She bore a startling resemblance to Elizabeth II. In "The Naked Gun" and other movies, and in comedy sketches on TV, she wore the crown lightly.

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Jun 07, 2024

‘Hit Man' Review: A Star-Clinching Turn for Glen Powell
Glen Powell stars in one of the year's funniest, sexiest, most enjoyable movies — and somehow it's surprisingly deep, too.

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Jun 07, 2024

‘Twisters' Star Glen Powell Intends to Play the Hollywood Game
In a town littered with would-be superstars, he's trying to beat the odds by giving studios what they crave. It's no coincidence he's everywhere.

New York Times Movies
Jun 07, 2024

‘Godzilla Minus One' and Other Science Fiction Movies to Stream
This month's sci-fi picks include alienoids, bionic athletes and a little creature named Godzilla.

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Jun 07, 2024

8 New Movies Our Critics Are Talking About This Week
Whether you're a casual moviegoer or an avid buff, our reviewers think these films are worth knowing about.

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Jun 07, 2024

5 Children's Movies to Stream Now
This month's picks include an animated musical comedy starring Brittany Howard and a Marvel superhero adventure packed with martial arts.

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Jun 07, 2024

Jenny Nicholson's Review of Disney's Star Wars Hotel Is Worth Watching
Jenny Nicholson's granular critique of Disney's Galactic Starcruiser experience reflects the fraught relationship between studios and fans right now.

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Jun 07, 2024

Will Smith Taps Nostalgia as He Attempts a Post-Slap Comeback
"Bad Boys: Ride or Die," the latest entry in a nearly three-decade- old franchise, will be Smith's first wide-release film since he slapped Chris Rock at the Oscars in 2022.

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Jun 07, 2024

Garfield's Journey From Comic Strip to Weird Internet Incubator
He hates Mondays, he's No. 1 at the box office and he's been the subject of a lot of weirdness over the last 40-plus years.

New York Times Movies
Jun 07, 2024

‘The Watchers' Review: Now They See You
The folk-horror genre welcomes a young new voice in the director Ishana Night Shyamalan, but she's singing a familiar old tune.

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Jun 07, 2024

‘How to Rob a Bank' and the Limits of a True-Crime Documentary
The story of a Seattle-area bandit is rife with big questions, but the movie doesn't explore them. Not every podcast needs to be a film.

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Jun 07, 2024

The True Story Behind Glen Powell's Character in ‘Hit Man'
The romantic shenanigans are the stuff of Hollywood, but the film's fake contract killer is based on a real man profiled in a Texas Monthly article.

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Jun 06, 2024

‘Banel & Adama' Review: A Parable of Two Young Lovers
The filmmaker Ramata-Toulaye Sy illuminates this elliptical story, set in unnamed Senegalese village, with daubs of strong colors and strikingly vivid imagery.

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Jun 06, 2024

Erich Anderson, Actor in ‘Friday the 13th' and ‘Felicity,' Dies at 67
Mr. Anderson had a breakout role in "Friday the 13th" and went on to appear in more than 300 TV episodes, including a recurring role as the father on "Felicity."

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Jun 06, 2024

‘Longing' Review: A Test of Paternity
Richard Gere plays it way too cool as a man learning about the son he didn't know he had.

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Jun 06, 2024

‘I Used to Be Funny' Review: Bruising Punchlines
The film, which stars Rachel Sennott as a stand-up comedian, looks at the aftereffects of trauma on a character who wields quips as both weapon and shield.

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Jun 06, 2024

Francis Ford Coppola: ‘You Can't Be an Artist and Be Safe'
The filmmaker talks about the inspirations for the characters in "Megalopolis" and "The Godfather," and responds to recent allegations.

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Jun 06, 2024

‘Tuesday' Review: Expiration Point
Julia Louis-Dreyfus journeys from denial to acceptance in this imaginative fantasy-drama about grief and motherhood.

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Jun 06, 2024

‘Am I OK?' Review: When It's Time to Grow Up
Dakota Johnson stars in an expansive friendship comedy about coming out in your 30s and finding yourself.

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Jun 06, 2024

Diane von Furstenberg, a Fashion Lioness in Winter
As she settles into her final act, Diane von Furstenberg looks back on a life of love, sex and money. "I will laugh when I die," she says.

New York Times Movies
Jun 05, 2024

With ‘The Watchers' and ‘Trap,' the Shyamalan Family Scares Together
Saleka and Ishana Night Shyamalan are collaborating with their father, M. Night Shyamalan, on the thrillers "The Watchers" and "Trap." The release dates are a happy coincidence.

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Jun 05, 2024

At the Tribeca Festival, Vision and Vibe
The festival favors abundance, which can make it easy for cinema fans (and critics) to miss the loveliest trees for the sheer breadth of forest.

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Jun 04, 2024

‘Bad Boys: Ride or Die' Review: Older, but Never Wiser
In their latest buddy cop movie, Will Smith and Martin Lawrence are still speeding through Miami. The franchise has rarely felt so assured, relaxed and knowingly funny.

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Jun 03, 2024

Janis Paige, Star of Broadway's ‘The Pajama Game,' Is Dead at 101
She first made her mark in the all-star 1944 movie "Hollywood Canteen" before finding acclaim on the musical stage. Movie and TV roles followed.

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Jun 03, 2024

Margot Benacerraf, Award-Winning Venezuelan Documentarian, Dies at 97
She made only two films, but her "Araya," a rumination on the daily rituals of salt-mine laborers, became an enduring work of Latin American cinema.

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Jun 03, 2024

From Demi Moore to Rob Lowe, Here Are 5 Defining Brat Pack Movies
With the documentary "Brats" coming to the Tribeca Festival and Hulu, here's a look back at '80s movies featuring young stars who defined a generation.

New York Times Movies
Jun 03, 2024

A Life, and Death, as a Mexican Journalist Shown in Documentary
The documentary "State of Silence," premiering at the Tribeca Festival, uses personal stories to explain the bleak situation for journalists in Mexico.

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Jun 03, 2024

Tribeca Festival: Liza Minnelli Documentary Includes Lost Footage
The director Bruce David Klein's documentary, premiering at the Tribeca Festival, includes old footage found in Minnelli's closet.

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Jun 02, 2024

The Nigerian Filmmaker Daniel Oriahi Seeks to Elevate Nollywood
The director Daniel Oriahi is capturing the audience's attention with his latest film, "The Weekend," which will premiere at the Tribeca Festival.

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Jun 02, 2024

Tribeca Festival: ‘Mars' Provides Refuge for its Writers
The comedy group The Whitest Kids U' Know completed the project dealing with the loss of one of its founding members, Trevor Moore, who died in 2021.

New York Times Movies
Jun 01, 2024

Richard Linklater on ‘Hit Man' and the Killer Inside Us All
David Marchese talks to the acclaimed director about his new film, "Hit Man," and life's big questions.

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Jun 01, 2024

The Best Movies and TV Shows Coming to Amazon, AMC , Disney , Hulu, and More in June
"The Boys," "Orphan Black: Echoes," "The Bear" and "The Acolyte" will be streaming.

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Jun 01, 2024

Nathan Silver's Movie, "Between the Temples," Shows at Tribeca
Nathan Silver's ninth feature film, "Between the Temples," continues his work as someone who is unafraid of emotional and narrative complexity.

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Jun 01, 2024

The Tribeca Festival, Beyond the Spotlight
From the ticket booth and the red carpet to a restaurant and a theater, here are stories from people not in the spotlight.

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Jun 01, 2024

L.G.B.T.Q. Movies and Documentaries That Celebrate Pride
From "The Death and Life of Marsha P. Johnson" to "Gay USA," seven movies that will fill your screen with joy, history and rainbows.

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May 31, 2024

Darryl Hickman, Prolific Child Actor of the 1940s, Dies at 92
He was in "The Grapes of Wrath" and other films. As an adult, he was seen often on TV. He later oversaw daytime programming at CBS and taught acting.

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May 31, 2024

‘Furiosa' | Anatomy of a Scene
The director George Miller narrates a sequence from his film featuring Anya Taylor-Joy and Tom Burke.

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May 31, 2024

Watch an Ambush at the Bullet Farm in ‘Furiosa'
The director George Miller narrates a sequence from his film, featuring Anya Taylor-Joy and Tom Burke.

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May 31, 2024

Five International Movies to Stream Now
This month's picks include an Indian political thriller, a beautiful tale of coming-of-middle-age from Georgia and more.

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May 31, 2024

How the ‘Furiosa' War Rig Was Built
Members of the creative team explain what it took to turn the War Rig into "a beautiful chrome stage."

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May 31, 2024

10 New Movies Our Critics Are Talking About This Week
Whether you're a casual moviegoer or an avid buff, our reviewers think these films are worth knowing about.

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May 31, 2024

‘Jim Henson Idea Man' on Disney Offers Lessons for Young Artists
This Ron Howard documentary doesn't ignore the Muppet mastermind's faults, but the tribute has a lot to teach creators everywhere.

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May 31, 2024

How Stop-Motion Yetis Emerged From Film Hibernation
"The Primevals," a movie in the lineage of "Jason and the Argonauts," was filmed 30 years ago. It has finally been released.

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May 31, 2024

How Stop-Motion Yetis Emerged From Film Hibernation in ‘The Primevals'
"The Primevals," a movie in the lineage of "Jason and the Argonauts," was filmed 30 years ago. It has finally been released.

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May 31, 2024

When the Stage Harnesses the Power of the Movies
Adaptations of films will be a factor at the Tonys this year. Surprisingly the best of these shows are not always the most faithful.

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May 30, 2024

Albert S. Ruddy, Producer Who Won Oscar for ‘The Godfather,' Dies at 94
A creator of the sitcom "Hogan's Heroes," he went on to win a second Academy Award for "Million Dollar Baby," the boxing film starring Hilary Swank and Clint Eastwood.

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May 30, 2024

Albert S. Ruddy, 94, Dies; Producer Won an Oscar for ‘The Godfather'
A creator of the sitcom "Hogan's Heroes," he went on to win a second Academy Award for "Million Dollar Baby," the boxing film starring Hilary Swank and Clint Eastwood.

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May 30, 2024

The Man Behind the Muppets
The documentary "Jim Henson Idea Man," from Ron Howard, explains how the puppeteer was inspired by felt, feathers and the lifelong pursuit of creativity.

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May 30, 2024

‘The Dead Don't Hurt' Review: A Foursquare Western From Viggo Mortensen
Mortensen gives his film a nested, at times unnecessarily complicated structure, but with performances this good, it's hard to mind much.

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May 30, 2024

‘Young Woman and the Sea' Review: Fighting Sexism and Rough Waters
Daisy Ridley plays Gertrude Ederle, who persuades her father to pay for swim lessons, and then goes on to be a pioneer.

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May 30, 2024

‘Haikyu!! The Dumpster Battle' Review: Drama on the Court
This film extends the story told in an anime series about high school volleyball teams.

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May 30, 2024

‘The Young Wife' Review: A Spiraling Bride
A beleaguered bride spirals on her wedding day in Tayarisha Poe's stylish but overly familiar comedy-drama.

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May 30, 2024

Jessica Lange Portrays a Fading First Lady of the American Theater
Jessica Lange is ideally cast as a grande dame of the theater who is facing a reckoning in this well-crafted melodrama by Michael Cristofer.

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May 30, 2024

‘In a Violent Nature' Review: Killing Them Softly
Chris Nash's ultraviolent horror movie is an unexpectedly serene, almost dreamlike meditation on a murderous psyche.

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May 30, 2024

‘Ezra' Review: This Father Doesn't Know Best
This drama centers on a boy with autism and his divorced dad, with a cast featuring Robert De Niro, Rose Byrne, Whoopi Goldberg and Bobby Cannavale.

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May 30, 2024

‘Backspot' Review: Queer Cheer-Squad Drama
This queer high school movie, starring Devery Jacobs and Evan Rachel Wood, channels an after-school special without the coming-out trauma.

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May 30, 2024

Three Great Documentaries to Stream
A past look at tough times in New York, and current looks at struggles in North Korea and China.

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May 30, 2024

‘Robot Dreams' Review: A Friendship That Is Far From Mechanical
This animated film from Pablo Berger is a silent wonder that says everything about love.

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May 30, 2024

‘Handling the Undead' Review: When the Dead Don't Die
A zombie movie is wrapped in a gentle tale of mourning and love.

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May 29, 2024

The Best True Crime to Stream: ‘Dirty John,' ‘The Puppet Master' and More
Four picks across television, film and podcasting that explore a devastating, yet slippery, type of manipulation.

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May 29, 2024

The Best True Crime to Stream: Digital Dating and Coercive Control
Four picks across television, film and podcasting that explore a devastating, yet slippery, type of manipulation.

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May 29, 2024

Which Cannes Films Might Become Oscar Contenders?
Films backed by the studio Neon have won Cannes and gone on to Oscar nominations regularly in the last few years. That's one reason to keep an eye on "Anora."

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May 29, 2024

‘MoviePass, MovieCrash' Review: When They Take Your Company Away
An illuminating documentary about the ill-fated (though now-revived) subscription service finds an unexpected story.

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May 28, 2024

Stream These 12 Movies and Shows Before They Leave Netflix in June
Mark Wahlberg and Reese Witherspoon when they were kids-ish, Clint Eastwood as a drug mule on the other side of life, and Meryl Streep in "Out of Africa."

New York Times Movies
May 27, 2024

Michelle Buteau Takes the Lead in ‘Babes' and on Netflix
Once relegated to supporting roles, this comedian is a star of the film "Babes" and is moving to a bigger stage, Radio City Music Hall, for her new special.

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May 26, 2024

Richard Sherman, "Mary Poppins" Songwriter, Dies at 95
He and his brother, Robert, teamed up to write the songs for "Mary Poppins" and other Disney classics. They also gave the world "It's a Small World (After All)."

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May 26, 2024

Richard Sherman, ‘Mary Poppins' Songwriter, Dies at 95
He and his brother, Robert, teamed up to write the songs for "Mary Poppins" and other Disney classics. They also gave the world "It's a Small World (After All)."

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May 26, 2024

Hundreds of Readers Told Us Their Favorite Soundtracks. Which Came Out on Top?
Music that accompanied movies from the 1980s and '90s dominated the recommendations, though sometimes the films themselves were beside the point.

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May 25, 2024

Richard Sherman, Songwriter of Many Spoonfuls of Sugar, Dies at 95
He and his brother, Robert, teamed up to write the songs for "Mary Poppins" and other Disney classics. They also gave the world "It's a Small World (After All)."

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May 25, 2024

Zack Norman, Actor Who Juggled Multiple Professions, Dies at 83
Best known for movies like "Romancing the Stone," he also made a mark as a producer, a real estate developer and the butt of a Generation X-friendly television gag.

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May 25, 2024

Sean Baker's ‘Anora' Wins Palme d'Or at Cannes Film Festival
The movie about a sex worker, from the American filmmaker Sean Baker, took the top prize at a ceremony that also honored George Lucas.

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May 25, 2024

Mohammad Rasoulof, Director Who Fled Iran, Brings a Message of Hope to Cannes
At a news conference for his film "The Seed of the Sacred Fig," Mohammad Rasoulof reveled details of his escape from the country to avoid a prison sentence.

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May 25, 2024

Director Who Fled Iran Brings a Movie and a Message of Hope to Cannes
At a news conference for his film "The Seed of the Sacred Fig," Mohammad Rasoulof reveled details of his escape from the country to avoid a prison sentence.

New York Times Movies
May 25, 2024

"The Interview": Ted Sarandos's Plan to Get You to Binge Even More Netflix
Ted Sarandos helped lead Netflix to victory in streaming, but the war for your attention isn't over.

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