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Sep 19, 2020

RBG Movies: Where to Stream
The Supreme Court justice, who died on Friday at 87, was a celebrated pop culture figure late in her life, and the subject of two films.

New York Times Movies
Sep 19, 2020

Where To Stream Movies About The Life of Ruth Bader Ginsburg
The Supreme Court justice, who died on Friday at 87, was a celebrated pop culture figure late in her life, and the subject of two films.

New York Times Movies
Sep 19, 2020

RBG Movies" Where to Stream Movies About RBG's Life
The Supreme Court justice, who died on Friday at 87, was a celebrated pop culture figure late in her life, and the subject of two films.

New York Times Movies
Sep 19, 2020

Evan Rachel Wood Uses Her Roles to Heal
The actress finds catharsis in roles about pain and in her activism to help the survivors of domestic violence.

New York Times Movies
Sep 18, 2020

‘Rifkin's Festival' Review: Woody Allen Travels to Movie Memory Lane
The filmmaker seems to acknowledge the world has changed in this light tale of a director (Wallace Shawn) at a European film festival.

New York Times Movies
Sep 18, 2020

‘The Devil All the Time' | Anatomy of a Scene
The director Antonio Campos discusses a scene from his drama featuring Tom Holland and Robert Pattinson.

New York Times Movies
Sep 18, 2020

How Tom Holland Seeks Revenge in ‘The Devil All the Time'
The director Antonio Campos narrates a look at his period drama featuring Holland and Robert Pattinson.

New York Times Movies
Sep 18, 2020

New York Film Festival Gives New Life to 'The Spook Who Sat by the Door'
"The Spook Who Sat by the Door," a 1973 parable about institutional racism, was pulled from theaters after only a few weeks. The New York Film Festival is giving new life to the cult film.

New York Times Movies
Sep 17, 2020

7 Things to Do This Weekend
Our critics and writers have selected noteworthy cultural events to experience virtually.

New York Times Movies
Sep 17, 2020

New York Film Festival: 10 Great Movies You Can (Mostly) Stream Online
This year's edition of the Lincoln Center staple is going virtual and (gasp!) to the Bronx — but there is still plenty to watch.

New York Times Movies
Sep 17, 2020

‘H Is for Happiness' Review: Using Fuss to Fight Off a Funk
The cuteness and cheer of this film is offset by a refreshingly direct take on depression and despair.

New York Times Movies
Sep 17, 2020

‘God of the Piano' Review: How Far Will Mother Go?
A family drama and psychological horror story, this directorial debut examines a parent's projection of her own failed dreams onto a talented child.

New York Times Movies
Sep 17, 2020

‘The Way I See It' Review: Hailing Days Not Too Far Past
Pete Souza, the White House photographer for the Obama administration, casts a warm eye on the past and a cold eye on the present in this Dawn Porter documentary.

New York Times Movies
Sep 17, 2020

‘A Chef's Voyage' Review: Not the Freshest Ingredients
This documentary is a tedious chronicle of a California restaurant staff's French tour.

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Sep 17, 2020

‘Blackbird' Review: The Goodbye Girl
Susan Sarandon plays a dying matriarch hosting her family one last time in Roger Michell's vacant tear-jerker.

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Sep 17, 2020

‘Alone' Review: Catch Her if You Can
An emotionally fragile young woman takes a terrifying road trip in John Hyams's bare-bones thriller.

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Sep 17, 2020

‘I've Got Issues' Review: Seeking a Point, Starting to Break
Sensitive souls wrestle with existential anxiety in Steve Collins's absurdist comedy.

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Sep 17, 2020

‘The Nest' Review: New Home, Old Wounds
In Sean Durkin's film, a move to Britain widens a family's rifts.

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Sep 17, 2020

‘Residue' Review: When the Old Neighborhood Is No Longer Yours
In Malawi Gerima's first feature film, a failed screenwriter returns to Washington, D.C., and finds gentrification has overrun his home.

New York Times Movies
Sep 17, 2020

‘Antebellum' and the Horrors of History That Persist Today
Janelle Monáe and her directors tackled slavery's terrible legacy. But re-enacting scenes of bondage demanded reserves of strength.

New York Times Movies
Sep 16, 2020

‘Antebellum' Review: Look Away, Dixie Land
Janelle Monáe stars in a muddled attempt to revisit the horrors of American slavery.

New York Times Movies
Sep 16, 2020

Geraldine Viswanathan on Karaoke and Lizzo Dance Breaks
The star of "Broken Hearts Gallery" can relate to her character in more ways than one. She, too, has been trying to figure out her next steps.

New York Times Movies
Sep 16, 2020

How ‘Goodfellas' and the Gangster Class of 1990 Changed Hollywood
That autumn, "The Godfather Part III" was hotly anticipated. Instead, the Scorsese movie and other crime tales raised the stakes for filmmakers to come.

New York Times Movies
Sep 16, 2020

Netflix's ‘The Devil All the Time' Review: Down-Home Livin' and Dyin'
In this period drama, Tom Holland plays a country boy surrounded by Gothic ghouls, including Robert Pattinson's preacher man.

New York Times Movies
Sep 16, 2020

‘The Devil All the Time' Review: Down-Home Livin' and Dyin'
In this period drama, Tom Holland plays a country boy surrounded by Gothic ghouls, including Robert Pattinson's preacher man.

New York Times Movies
Sep 15, 2020

Jiri Menzel, Oscar-Winning Czech Director, Dies at 82
His 1966 feature, "Closely Watched Trains," won an Academy Award and was part of a burst of creativity in Czech filmmaking.

New York Times Movies
Sep 15, 2020

'Tenet' Didn't Bring Audiences Back to Movie Theaters. Now What?
People aren't going to the movies at anywhere close to the numbers that Hollywood hoped, prompting studios to postpone more big releases. Marvel's "Black Widow" could be the next to retreat.

New York Times Movies
Sep 15, 2020

‘The Secrets We Keep' Review: Confessions All Around
A possible case of mistaken identity has a dark fallout for two couples in post-World War II America.

New York Times Movies
Sep 14, 2020

Vasilis Dimitriou, Keeper of a Fading Movie Art, Dies at 84
He was one of Europe's last Hollywood billboard painters, creating, by hand, giant film promotions for theaters since the end of World War II.

New York Times Movies
Sep 14, 2020

Disney's 'Mulan' Disappoints at China Box Office
Disney's live-action remake had already drawn a global backlash. Chinese audiences mocked it for other reasons, including historical inaccuracies and stereotyping.

New York Times Movies
Sep 12, 2020

‘Cuties' Sparks a Firestorm, Again, After Its Netflix Release
Several members of Congress have weighed in on the award-winning film, including to call for its removal from Netflix or a Justice Department investigation.

New York Times Movies
Sep 12, 2020

‘Nomadland' Wins Top Prize at the Venice Film Festival
The first major international movie event since the coronavirus pandemic began drew to a close and handed out its biggest award.

New York Times Movies
Sep 12, 2020

Disney Wanted to Make a Splash in China With ‘Mulan.' It Stumbled Instead.
A political controversy over a filming location was a rare blunder for one of the world's savviest companies in dealing with China.

New York Times Movies
Sep 12, 2020

Films Hit Festivals Trying to Create Buzz Without a Crowd
The pandemic has upended the circuit, meaning smaller movies face an even greater challenge in attracting deep-pocketed distributors.

New York Times Movies
Sep 11, 2020

The 50 Best Movies on Netflix Right Now
Movies upon movies await, and you don't even have to drill down to find them.

New York Times Movies
Sep 11, 2020

The Best Movies and Shows on Hulu Right Now
We've hand-picked the finest movies and television shows currently streaming on Hulu in the United States. Take a look.

New York Times Movies
Sep 11, 2020

‘#Alive' Review: From Great Graphics, to Graphic
A laid back gamer is homebound with no food, no weapons, and zombies knocking at the door in this spirited Korean twist on siege movies.

New York Times Movies
Sep 10, 2020

Ronald Harwood, Oscar-Winning Screenwriter, Is Dead at 85
A prolific writer of books and plays as well as screenplays, he won an Academy Award in 2003 for "The Pianist."

New York Times Movies
Sep 10, 2020

‘I Am Woman' Review: Singing Against Sexism
Unjoo Moon's film is a superficial hustle through the career of Helen Reddy and the recording of her most famous song.

New York Times Movies
Sep 10, 2020

‘Black Boys' Review: Young Lives in the Balance
This documentary addresses the dehumanization of Black boys by attempting the reverse: reconstructing them to show they are worth the care they are denied.

New York Times Movies
Sep 10, 2020

‘Buoyancy' Review: Enduring Horrors on the Sea, and Struggling to Survive
In this sobering, moving drama, a Cambodian teenager runs away from home and is sold into slavery on a Thai fishing boat.

New York Times Movies
Sep 10, 2020

‘Coastal Elites' Review: Confined Confessions
This collection of monologues written by Paul Rudnick initially for the stage, has been adapted for the screen.

New York Times Movies
Sep 10, 2020

‘Space Dogs' Review: No Dogs Go to Heaven
This documentary uses the lives and legends of Moscow's street dogs to present a brutal vision of humanity and nature.

New York Times Movies
Sep 10, 2020

‘Suspension' Review: Roads to Nowhere
This documentary looks at a stretch of road in Colombia known as "the springboard of death."

New York Times Movies
Sep 10, 2020

‘Our Time Machine' Review: A Picture of the Past
In this documentary, the Chinese artist Maleonn enlists his aging parents, both artists themselves, in an ambitious memory play.

New York Times Movies
Sep 10, 2020

‘Jimmy Carter Rock & Roll President' Review: A Musically Enlightened Commander in Chief
Bob Dylan, Rosanne Cash, Willie Nelson, Garth Brooks and more celebrate the 39th U.S. president in this documentary.

New York Times Movies
Sep 10, 2020

‘Red, White & Wasted' Review: Dirty Driving
A beloved swampland subculture is under threat in this raucous yet melancholy documentary.

New York Times Movies
Sep 10, 2020

‘Rent-A-Pal' Review: You Don't Want to Borrow This VHS Tape
Set in the 1990s, this thriller features Wil Wheaton — on a videotape — as a bearded, sweater-vest wearing "friend" to a lonely man.

New York Times Movies
Sep 10, 2020

‘Unpregnant' Review: Friendship Is a Long and Winding Road
Former besties reunite for a road trip in this teen buddy comedy, which is the second movie this year to feature young women crossing state lines to obtain an abortion.

New York Times Movies
Sep 10, 2020

‘Sibyl' Review: Diagnosing Problems, and Creating More
A troubled psychotherapist becomes unhealthily embroiled in a patient's life in this unhinged melodrama.

New York Times Movies
Sep 10, 2020

A Director Turns an Immigrant Into a Modern-Day Jesus
Milo Rau has retold the Passion of Christ through the story of migrant workers in Italy fighting for rights and citizenship.

New York Times Movies
Sep 10, 2020

The 50 Best Movies on Netflix Right Now.
Movies upon movies await, and you don't even have to drill down to find them.

New York Times Movies
Sep 09, 2020

Kevin Spacey Accused In New Lawsuit of Sex Offenses Against Teenagers
One of the accusers, Anthony Rapp, the actor, has spoken before of an encounter with Mr. Spacey when he was 14, but Mr. Spacey said he did not recall it.

New York Times Movies
Sep 09, 2020

Kevin Spacey Accused of Sex Offenses Against Teenagers in New Lawsuit
One of the accusers, Anthony Rapp, the actor, has spoken before of an encounter with Mr. Spacey when he was 14, but Mr. Spacey said he did not recall it.

New York Times Movies
Sep 09, 2020

Watch These 15 Movies Before They Leave Netflix This Month
From blockbusters to beloved indies, a lot of great movies are leaving the streaming service by the end of September. These are the ones not to miss.

New York Times Movies
Sep 09, 2020

The Oscars' New Diversity Rules Are Sweeping but Safe
Although the initiative is meant to encourage major changes, the best-picture qualifications aren't as strict as they may seem.

New York Times Movies
Sep 09, 2020

Rediscovering an Ambitious Sketch Comedy That Never Caught On
Netflix canceled "The Characters" after one season, but the 2016 series showcased a wide range of talent just now coming into their own.

New York Times Movies
Sep 09, 2020

‘The Social Dilemma' Review: Unplug and Run
This documentary from Jeff Orlowski explores how addiction and privacy breaches are features, not bugs, of social media platforms.

New York Times Movies
Sep 09, 2020

‘All In: The Fight for Democracy' Review: Electoral Collage
This documentary, with snapshots and stories of voter suppression yesterday and today, carries an urgent message: Vote!

New York Times Movies
Sep 08, 2020

Academy Explains Diversity Rules for Best Picture Oscar
Beginning in 2022, films aiming for the top award will have to turn in a confidential "inclusion standard form." In 2024, they will have to meet two of four standards.

New York Times Movies
Sep 08, 2020

‘Gather' Review: The Struggle to Remain Sovereign
This documentary wonderfully weaves personal stories with archival footage that contextualizes the continued violence against Native Americans.

New York Times Movies
Sep 08, 2020

The 50 Best TV Shows and Movies on Disney Right Now
The Disney streaming platform has hundreds of movie and TV titles, drawing from its own deep reservoir classics and from Star Wars, Marvel and more. These are our favorites.

New York Times Movies
Sep 08, 2020

Tilda Swinton Has Made the ‘Ultimate Lockdown Film'
The actress discussed what she had learned during the coronavirus pandemic and how that had informed her new movie, "The Human Voice," directed by Pedro Almodóvar.

New York Times Movies
Sep 08, 2020

New Yorker Festival to Host Chris Rock, Elizabeth Warren and Others
This year's lineup will also include Dr. Anthony Fauci and Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, in addition to Yo-Yo Ma and other entertainers.

New York Times Movies
Sep 08, 2020

Disney's 'Mulan' Criticized for Filming in Xinjiang
The latest backlash over Disney's remake of the movie centers on how it was partly filmed in Xinjiang, where Uighurs live under repression.

New York Times Movies
Sep 07, 2020

How That Surprise ‘Mulan' Cameo Happened
It didn't seem possible that this star, with her TV duties, could appear in the live-action remake. But after one idea was scrapped, she found a way to make it work.

New York Times Movies
Sep 06, 2020

In a Big Box-Office Test, ‘Tenet' Grosses $20 Million
Normally, a Christopher Nolan film would bring in $50 million in North America during an opening weekend. But moviegoing is not normal these days.

New York Times Movies
Sep 06, 2020

Rwanda Hints It Tricked ‘Hotel Rwanda' Dissident Into Coming Home
President Paul Kagame said that the arrested critic Paul Rusesabagina, now facing terrorism charges, was not kidnapped from Dubai but had been lured to Rwanda in a "flawless" operation.

New York Times Movies
Sep 04, 2020

The 50 Best Things to Watch on Disney Right Now
The Disney streaming platform has hundreds of movie and TV titles, drawing from its own deep reservoir classics and from Star Wars, Marvel and more. These are our favorites.

New York Times Movies
Sep 04, 2020

Cathy Smith, Who Injected John Belushi With Fatal Drugs, Dies at 73
After an interview with The National Enquirer, she was convicted in his overdose death and served time in prison.

New York Times Movies
Sep 04, 2020

Venice Film Festival Opens, Defiant but Socially Distanced
Strict measures are in place at the first major international movie event since the coronavirus pandemic began.

New York Times Movies
Sep 04, 2020

A Tribute to Chadwick Boseman
For Chadwick Boseman.

New York Times Movies
Sep 04, 2020

'Mulan' Review: In Disney's Movie, A Flower Blooms in Adversity (and Kicks Butt)
In Niki Caro and Disney's live-action version of the ancient story, a young woman rides off to war and discovers herself.

New York Times Movies
Sep 04, 2020

How ‘Mulan' Goes to Battle
The director Niki Caro narrates a sequence from the live-action film streaming on Disney .

New York Times Movies
Sep 04, 2020

‘Mulan' | Anatomy of a Scene
The director Niki Caro narrates a battle sequence from her film.

New York Times Movies
Sep 04, 2020

‘Mulan' 1998: A Moment of Joy and Anxiety for Asian-American Viewers
Though the original Disney movie was culturally significant, it came out in a film era when people of color were routinely tokenized.

New York Times Movies
Sep 03, 2020

Robert Pattinson Tests Positive for Coronavirus, Halting ‘Batman' Production
Work on the film first shut down in March because of the pandemic, which has staggered the entertainment industry.

New York Times Movies
Sep 03, 2020

What Was Your Gateway Musical?
Our critic confesses she discovered musicals via the widely panned film adaptation of "Rent," a flop. We want to hear from readers: What was your first favorite?

New York Times Movies
Sep 03, 2020

Ready to Try an Ozu Film? Watch These Two Family Tales.
The Japanese master specialized in portraits of generational conflict. "The Only Son" and "Early Summer" exemplify many of the qualities that make his work so important.

New York Times Movies
Sep 03, 2020

7 Things to Do on Labor Day Weekend
How can you get your cultural fix when many arts institutions remain closed? Our writers offer suggestions for what to listen to and watch.

New York Times Movies
Sep 03, 2020

‘Mulan' Review: A Flower Blooms in Adversity (and Kicks Butt)
In Niki Caro and Disney's live-action version of the ancient story, a young woman rides off to war and discovers herself.

New York Times Movies
Sep 03, 2020

Dwayne Johnson, the Rock, Tests Positive for the Coronavirus
The actor and former wrestler known as the Rock said on Instagram that his entire family had tested positive. "It has nothing to do with politics," he said. "Wear your mask."

New York Times Movies
Sep 03, 2020

Dwayne Johnson, The Rock, Tests Positive for Coronavirus
The actor and former wrestler known as the Rock said on Instagram that his entire family had tested positive. "It has nothing to do with politics," he said. "Wear your mask."

New York Times Movies
Sep 03, 2020

What Does Everyone See in Jesse Plemons?
After a slew of supporting roles in Oscar contenders by major directors, he takes the lead in the new Charlie Kaufman film. His goal is to never deliver a false moment.

New York Times Movies
Sep 03, 2020

‘Feels Good Man' Review: The Evolution of a Poisonous Frog
A new documentary looks at how the cartoonist Matt Furie's creation Pepe the Frog became a symbol of hate.

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Sep 03, 2020

‘Critical Thinking' Review: All the Right Moves
John Leguizamo directs and stars in this warmhearted drama about underprivileged teenagers who enter a national chess championship.

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Sep 03, 2020

‘Measure for Measure' Review: Rising by Sin in Melbourne
A forbidden love affair causes havoc in Paul Ireland's ponderous update of Shakespeare's play.

New York Times Movies
Sep 03, 2020

Why ‘Rent,' the Movie, Was My Gateway Musical
It was a flop, but the film adaptation of the Broadway smash turned me on to theater. And those starving artists made me want to make art too.

New York Times Movies
Sep 03, 2020

Mulan, a Most Adaptable Heroine: There's a Version for Every Era
Is she a novice or a skilled fighter? Does she end up a blushing bride or does she kill herself? The legend of the female warrior has morphed greatly over some 1,500 years.

New York Times Movies
Sep 03, 2020

‘Love, Guaranteed' Review: Swiping Left on Online Dating
Rachael Leigh Cook stars in this rom-com about a lawyer and her charming new client who wants to sue a dating website for falsely promising love.

New York Times Movies
Sep 02, 2020

Sophia Farrar Dies at 92; Belied Indifference to Kitty Genovese Attack
For decades, the conventional narrative that defined urban anomie overlooked a good Samaritan who heeded a dying woman's cries for help.

New York Times Movies
Sep 02, 2020

‘Children of the Sea' Review: Finding Beauty in the Watery Depths
Exploration is at the heart of the mostly stunning and totally mystifying Japanese anime feature.

New York Times Movies
Sep 02, 2020

‘Chuck Berry' Review: The Quest to B. Goode
Jon Brewer's documentary about the musical legend is far more traditional than its subject.

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Sep 02, 2020

‘Isadora's Children' Review: Variations on Sorrow
The work of a 20th-century dance innovator inspires four women of the present day in this film, composed like a piece of music by Damien Manivel.

New York Times Movies
Sep 01, 2020

‘The Golden Girl' Review: A Lose-Lose Proposition
This documentary follows a Romanian gymnast's quixotic attempts to reclaim the Olympic title she was stripped of years ago.

New York Times Movies
Sep 01, 2020

‘I'm Thinking of Ending Things' Review: Where to Begin?
Jessie Buckley and Jesse Plemons play a couple on a trip to some very odd places in Charlie Kaufman's latest film.

New York Times Movies
Sep 01, 2020

‘The Mole Agent' Review: Undercover, Where You Least Expect Him
A very senior spy burrows into the secrets of a nursing home in this sometimes unsettling mix of documentary and drama.

New York Times Movies
Sep 01, 2020

‘Class Action Park' Review: Thanks for the Injuries
The HBO Max documentary details the joys and horrors of New Jersey's Action Park, a no-rules bacchanal of water slides and broken bones.

New York Times Movies
Sep 01, 2020

‘I Hate New York' Review: The Club Kids Are Still Standing
A documentary follows Amanda Lepore, Sophia Lamar, Chloe Dzubilo and T De Long over a 10-year period.

New York Times Movies
Sep 01, 2020

‘Robin's Wish' Review: Celebrating a Life, Highlighting a Disease
This documentary on Robin Williams alternates between paying tribute to him and shedding light on Lewy body dementia, which was diagnosed in him after his death.

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