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Jan 21, 2022

Louie Anderson and the Compassion of America's Eternal Kid
He displayed an empathetic humanity that he shared offstage with his friend Bob Saget. The loss of both comics represents the end of an era.

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Jan 21, 2022

Five Science Fiction Movies to Stream Now
If you're interested in alien invasions, vivid dreamscapes or adorable cats, this collection of streaming picks may be just right for you.

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Jan 21, 2022

Watch a Seductive Moment in ‘The Power of the Dog'
Jane Campion narrates an intimate scene between Benedict Cumberbatch and Kodi Smit-McPhee.

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Jan 21, 2022

Meat Loaf, ‘Bat Out of Hell' Singer and Actor, Dies
In his six-decade career, the singer, born Marvin Lee Aday, sold millions of albums and acted in films including "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" and "Fight Club."

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Jan 21, 2022

‘The Power of the Dog' | Anatomy of a Scene
The screenwriter and director Jane Campion narrates an intimate sequence between Benedict Cumberbatch and Kodi Smit-McPhee.

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Jan 21, 2022

Why the Costumer of 'The Gilded Age' Is Being Driven Out of Business
Helen Uffner has dressed Broadway, Hollywood and TV shows for more than 40 years. But high-rise developers and Amazon distribution centers are making it impossible to store her extraordinary vintage collection.

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Jan 21, 2022

Meat Loaf, ‘Bat Out of Hell' Singer and Actor, Dies at 74
In his six-decade career, the singer, born Marvin Lee Aday, sold millions of albums and acted in films.

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Jan 20, 2022

At Sundance, Two Films Look at Abortion and the Jane Collective
In the years leading up to Roe v. Wade, a Chicago group helped thousands of women obtain the procedure safely. A documentary and a feature tell their story.

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Jan 20, 2022

‘The Tiger Rising' Review: A Cage of Clichés
A lonely boy finds an ally when he discovers a caged tiger in a forest behind his home, but imagination is somehow short-lived in this children's movie.

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Jan 20, 2022

Hardy Kruger, German-Born Hollywood Star, Is Dead at 93
He found success in American films in the 1960s and '70s, one critic said, because he found ways to portray "the new, good German."

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Jan 20, 2022

‘Introduction' Review: All Mixed Up
In his new film, the prolific South Korean director Hong Sangsoo tells a fractured coming-of-age story in three vignettes.

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Jan 20, 2022

‘Simple Passion' Review: An Ordinary Erotic Tale
Adapted from a book by Annie Ernaux, the movie puts a female gaze on sexual obsession.

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Jan 20, 2022

‘Salt in My Soul' Review: Living, Even Thriving, With Illness
This documentary reconstructs the life of Mallory Smith, who died at 25 after a lifelong battle with cystic fibrosis.

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Jan 20, 2022

‘Munich: The Edge of War' Review: ‘Well Navigated, Sir' (Not!)
With clenched jaws and furrowed brows, this plodding procedural attempts to glorify Neville Chamberlain, played here by Jeremy Irons.

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Jan 20, 2022

‘A Shot Through the Wall' Review: Tipping Justice's Scales
In this drama about the killing of a Black man, the intersection of race and policing is considered from the perspective of a Chinese American police officer.

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Jan 20, 2022

‘Donkeyhead' Review: You Really Can't Go Home Anymore
A writer living in Canada finds herself back home with her Punjabi immigrant parents.

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Jan 20, 2022

‘The King's Daughter' Review: Sinking or Swimming at Versailles
Pierce Brosnan stars as a version of King Louis XIV who seeks to sacrifice a mermaid for immortality in this puerile storybook fantasy that was shot nearly eight years ago.

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Jan 20, 2022

‘The Royal Treatment' Review: Heavy is the Head (and Shoulders)
Laura Marano and Mena Massoud star in a romantic comedy that tweaks a familiar formula but still feels inane.

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Jan 20, 2022

‘The Last Thing Mary Saw' Review: God Is Always Watching
In this thriller set in a Calvinist household in 1843, two women in love struggle against both patriarchal and supernatural forces to be together.

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Jan 20, 2022

‘Lunana: A Yak in the Classroom' Review: Remote Learning
In Pawo Choyning Dorji's film, a teacher is assigned to a school that's an eight-day walk from where he lives.

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Jan 20, 2022

The Day New Queer Cinema Said: Let's Do This
Thirty years after a panel at Sundance, some of the artists and journalists who helped ignite an L.G.B.T.Q. film movement take stock.

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Jan 19, 2022

‘Definition Please' Review: What Does It All Mean?
A grown-up spelling bee star who never left her hometown tries to make sense of the conflicts and challenges in her family.

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Jan 19, 2022

France's Colonial Conflict, Filmed From Both Sides
"The Olive Trees of Justice," a neorealist take on the Algerian War made with nonprofessional actors, is newly restored and still resonates today.

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Jan 19, 2022

Gaspard Ulliel, 37, 'Moon Knight' and 'Hannibal Rising' Star, Dies Skiing
He was known for playing both a young Hannibal Lecter and the fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent. He died after a skiing accident in France.

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Jan 19, 2022

Gaspard Ulliel, French Actor and ‘Moon Knight' Star, Dies at 37
He was known for playing both a young Hannibal Lecter and the fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent. He died after a skiing accident in France.

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Jan 19, 2022

Jon Bernthal's Guide to Making It as a Supporting Actor
Not being No. 1 on the call sheet has worked out pretty well for the "King Richard" cast member, who helped power that film to a SAG nomination.

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Jan 19, 2022

Gaspard Ulliel, Star of French Cinema, Dies in Skiing Accident
Known for playing both a young Hannibal Lecter and the fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent, Mr. Ulliel was just 37 when he died in France.

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Jan 19, 2022

Jon Stewart to Receive Mark Twain Prize for American Humor
The comedian and former host of "The Daily Show" will receive the Kennedy Center's annual comedy honor at a ceremony in April.

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Jan 19, 2022

Jeremy Irons Is Transported by Renzo Piano and a Dog Named Smudge
The star of the new Netflix movie ‘Munich — The Edge of War' discusses his first Broadway gig and the connection between Irish fiddling and jazz.

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Jan 18, 2022

Philippe Gaulier on the Art of Clowning and Sacha Baron Cohen
The French master teacher Philippe Gaulier has worked with stars like Sacha Baron Cohen. But at 78, are his methods, which include insults, outdated?

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Jan 18, 2022

‘Nocturna' Review: A Dark Night of the Soul
A seemingly haunted apartment building terrorizes a bewildered old man in this psychological thriller.

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Jan 14, 2022

Alec Baldwin Turns Over His Phone in ‘Rust' Investigation
Detectives investigating the actor's fatal shooting of a cinematographer on a film set in New Mexico had gotten a search warrant for the phone nearly a month ago.

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Jan 14, 2022

Alec Baldwin Turns Over His Phone in ‘Rust' Investigation, Lawyer Says
Nearly a month after detectives in New Mexico got a search warrant for his phone, his lawyer said he had reached an agreement designed to protect his privacy.

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Jan 14, 2022

Erika Lust's Alternative Porn Vision
The Swedish moviemaker thinks pornography can create a society that sees sexuality as myriad and joyful, and where women's pleasure matters.

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Jan 14, 2022

Mommy Is Going Away for a While
The antiheroine of the moment, in movies like "The Lost Daughter" and novels like "I Love You but I've Chosen Darkness," commits the mother's ultimate sin: abandoning her children.

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Jan 14, 2022

Five International Movies to Stream Now
This month's picks include a family-friendly Belgian drama about immigrants, a Mexican class-conflict thriller and a South Indian superhero tale.

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Jan 14, 2022

‘Scream' at 25: How Meta Can You Get?
After 25 years, the influence of Wes Craven's self-aware slasher still looms large, both for the imitators that followed and the backlash it set off.

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Jan 14, 2022

One Indelible Scene: When the Show Must Go on in ‘Drive My Car'
Through a staging of "Uncle Vanya," the director Ryusuke Hamaguchi creates an intimacy for his characters that lets the artifice of cinema fall away.

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Jan 14, 2022

One Indelible Scene: When a Woman Takes the Wheel in ‘Licorice Pizza'
After letting Alana Haim and her character drift and idle, Paul Thomas Anderson gives you a reason to cheer: "Hardcore, hardcore Alana!"

New York Times Movies
Jan 14, 2022

Mommy Is Going Away for Awhile
The antiheroine of the moment, in movies like "The Lost Daughter" and novels like "I Love You But I've Chosen Darkness," commits the mother's ultimate sin: abandoning her children.

New York Times Movies
Jan 14, 2022

Jasmila Zbanic Is Vilified in Serbia and ‘Disobedient' at Home
Jasmila Zbanic, named Europe's best director for "Quo Vadis, Aida?", insists on blaming individuals, not ethnic groups, for atrocities done as Yugoslavia imploded, a stance that can anger all sides.

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Jan 14, 2022

Bosnian Film Director Is Vilified in Serbia and ‘Disobedient' at Home
Jasmila Zbanic, named Europe's best director for "Quo Vadis, Aida?", insists on blaming individuals, not ethnic groups, for atrocities done as Yugoslavia imploded, a stance that can anger all sides.

New York Times Movies
Jan 13, 2022

Alec Baldwin Will Turn in Phone to Investigators This Week, Lawyer Says
The sheriff's office in Santa Fe said nearly a month had elapsed since a search warrant was issued for the phone, but it had not yet been surrendered.

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Jan 13, 2022

How Disney Created the Hit Single 'We Don't Talk About Bruno'
"We Don't Talk About Bruno" from "Encanto" is a surprise chart topper and TikTok darling. Here's how Disney created its biggest smash since "Let It Go."

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Jan 13, 2022

‘Who We Are: A Chronicle of Racism in America' Review: Social Studies
In a documentary constructed around a lecture from 2018, the lawyer Jeffery Robinson presents a persuasive look at United States history.

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Jan 13, 2022

‘Belle' Review: Soaring and Singing Over the Online Rainbow
In this gorgeous anime, a high school student journeys into a virtual world and finds herself amid cute, kooky and menacing fellow users.

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Jan 13, 2022

Animated Movies for Adults That Are Generating Oscar Buzz
A handful of animated features gaining attention this awards season take a more mature approach.

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Jan 13, 2022

‘A Cops and Robbers Story' Review: Keep Your Enemies Closer
This documentary follows a police officer who rose through the ranks while concealing his criminal past.

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Jan 13, 2022

‘Scream' Review: Kill Me Again, Again
Neither a remake nor a sequel, this tired retread can't move forward for looking back.

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Jan 13, 2022

‘Why Is We Americans?' Review: A Family Synonymous With Newark
This documentary looks at Amiri Baraka and his loved ones, who have played a vital role in arts and politics in their city and beyond for generations.

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Jan 13, 2022

‘Hotel Transylvania: Transformania' Review: Another Monster Mash
The plot, about a crystal-powered ray gun that can turn monsters into humans, seems to acknowledge the need to goose its characters out of their inertia.

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Jan 13, 2022

‘Italian Studies' Review: Alone in New York With Amnesia
Vanessa Kirby plays a woman who has lost her memory and finds herself wandering the streets of the city.

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Jan 13, 2022

‘The Pink Cloud' Review: Love in Lockdown
Iuli Gerbase's first feature film reflects a funhouse-mirror image of our present lives.

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Jan 13, 2022

‘Brazen' Review: Not So Novel
A prolific crime novelist teams up with a hunky homicide detective to track down a killer in this painfully formulaic Netflix murder mystery.

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Jan 12, 2022

‘Rust' Armorer Sues Supplier of Ammunition and Guns for Film Set
The lawsuit accuses the supplier of contributing boxes of ammunition that were represented as containing only inert dummy rounds but that included live rounds.

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Jan 12, 2022

It Started With a Kiss. Then Film Scholars Found More.
MoMA's series on film restorations, To Save and Project, is highlighting Black cinema, including what may be the earliest example of African American intimacy onscreen.

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Jan 12, 2022

‘Dear Mother' Review: Mamarazzi
Laurent Lafitte directs and stars in this fast-paced French comedy about a man forced to reconnect with his mother.

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Jan 12, 2022

Don't Sleep on These 6 Performances During Awards Season
As various nominating groups unveil their choices, these impressive turns have been largely overlooked. But there's still time to rectify that, academy voters!

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Jan 12, 2022

SAG Award Nominations 2022: The Complete List, Snubs and Surprises
"Being the Ricardos" hit big, but some likely contenders, including Kristen Stewart, were overlooked.

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Jan 12, 2022

Jonny Greenwood: First Radiohead, Now Orchestras and Film
Scoring films like "The Power of the Dog" and "Spencer," he has become a major composer, his concert music fueling his soundtracks.

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Jan 12, 2022

SAG Award Nominations 2022: The Complete List
The actors' group will be unveiling its list amid a Covid-affected Oscar season.

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Jan 12, 2022

Stream These Three Great Documentaries
This month's picks include a personal essay on tobacco, an experimental look at pieces of the Berlin Wall and a chronicle of a revolt in Wukan, China.

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Jan 12, 2022

The Visions of Penélope Cruz
She already felt a mystical connection with the director Pedro Almodóvar. For their seventh collaboration, "Parallel Mothers," she gave her all, even collapsing after one scene.

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Jan 12, 2022

SAG Award Nominations 2022: What to Watch for
The actors' group will be unveiling its list amid a Covid-affected Oscar season.

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Jan 11, 2022

Poitier and Bogdanovich: The Defiant Ones
Sidney Poitier and Peter Bogdanovich were geniuses of the Hollywood system who, with great success and frustration, worked to transform it in the same era.

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Jan 11, 2022

When Production Design Plays a Supporting Role
The visual environments of "West Side Story," "The Humans" and "Nightmare Alley" feel as alive as the actors.

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Jan 10, 2022

‘Encanto' Soundtrack Ousts Adele From No. 1
The album of music from the latest Disney animated film climbs to the top of the Billboard 200 after first arriving in November.

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Jan 09, 2022

Golden Globes 2022: Complete List of Winners
With the Hollywood Foreign Press Association mired in controversy, the event was devoid of stars or cameras. Winners were announced via Twitter, and social media had a field day.

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Jan 09, 2022

Golden Globes 2022: Live Updating List of Winners
After controversies led to the cancellation of the broadcast, the show is going on — sort of. Instead of stars and cameras, there will be announcements on social media.

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Jan 09, 2022

Golden Globes 2022: What to Expect Tonight
After controversies led to the cancellation of the broadcast, the show will go on — sort of. There won't be any stars or cameras, but winners will be announced.

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Jan 09, 2022

Quiet Awards Season Has Hollywood Uneasy
Audiences remain reluctant to return to theaters. And the kinds of movies that used to rely on the sheen of awards to attract moviegoers now find themselves in peril.

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Jan 08, 2022

Max Julien, Star of a Cult Blaxploitation Film, Dies at 88
Black audiences flocked to see him in "The Mack," and generations of cinephiles have paid homage to his star turn, his smooth delivery and his extraordinary costumes.

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Jan 07, 2022

Tributes to Sidney Poitier Pour in From Hollywood and Beyond
President Biden, Former President Barack Obama, Harry Belafonte, Denzel Washington, Oprah Winfrey and others paid tribute to Mr. Poitier. Flags in the Bahamas, where he grew up, were lowered to half-staff.

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Jan 07, 2022

Live Updates: Tributes to Sidney Poitier Pour in From Hollywood and Beyond
President Biden, Former President Barack Obama, Harry Belafonte, Denzel Washington, Oprah Winfrey and others paid tribute to Mr. Poitier. Flags in the Bahamas, where he grew up, were lowered to half-staff.

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Jan 07, 2022

Sidney Poitier Was the Star We Desperately Needed Him to Be
Without the obstacles put in his way, he could've been even bigger than he was. But Mr. Poitier still managed to be a giant, which, in itself, is astonishing.

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Jan 07, 2022

Stream These Peter Bogdanovich Movies
The director loved the world of classic Hollywood so much that it's as if he never left it. Here are nine of his film highlights.

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Jan 07, 2022

Watch Sidney Poitier's 1964 Oscar Speech for His Historic Best Actor Win
Sidney Poitier made history in 1964 as the first Black performer to win an Oscar in the best-actor category for "Lilies of the Field."

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Jan 07, 2022

11 of Sidney Poitier's Greatest Movies to Stream Now
As an actor and filmmaker, he strove to bring layered Black individuals to the screen at a time when that was rare.

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Jan 07, 2022

‘The Tender Bar': A Tale of Drinking That Ducks Alcoholism
Though the memoir this film is based on confronts the issue of addiction to alcohol, the adaptation skirts the topic and its deeper implications.

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Jan 07, 2022

Five Horror Movies to Stream Now
This month's picks include a family blood pact, a mother under attack, twins with a deadly secret, a father with demons and a couple that's way too attached.

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Jan 07, 2022

Sidney Poitier, Who Paved the Way for Black Actors in Film, Dies at 94
The first Black performer to win the Academy Award for best actor, for "Lilies of the Field," he once said he felt "as if I were representing 15, 18 million people with every move I made."

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Jan 07, 2022

Harry Colomby, Teacher Who Aided a Jazz Great's Career, Dies at 92
A chance encounter with Thelonious Monk led to a 14-year stint as his manager. After seeing a young Michael Keaton at a stand-up club, he became his manager, too.

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Jan 06, 2022

Peter Bogdanovich, 82, Director Whose Career Was a Hollywood Drama, Dies
Within one decade, the '70s, he was transformed from one of the most celebrated of filmmakers, notably for "The Last Picture Show," into one of the most ostracized.

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Jan 06, 2022

‘The 355' Review: Exile in Bondville
Jessica Chastain, Penélope Cruz, Lupita Nyong'o, Diane Kruger and Fan Bingbing star in an espionage thriller that's slick but banal.

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Jan 06, 2022

A Guide to What Is Happening With the 2022 Golden Globes
A guide to everything we know — and don't know — about the 79th annual Golden Globes on Sunday night.

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Jan 06, 2022

‘The Commando' Review: Mickey Rourke, Still Standing, Barely
In this risible action thriller, a house on a dirt lot is catnip for criminals who know there's a fortune under its floorboards.

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Jan 06, 2022

‘See for Me' Review: Steal Away
A young blind woman is menaced by a crew of robbers in this forgettable thriller.

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Jan 05, 2022

‘A Hero' Review: Debts No Honest Man Can Pay
In the latest film from the two-time Oscar winner Asghar Farhadi, a good Samaritan comes under suspicion.

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Jan 05, 2022

‘Expedition Content' Review: Anthropological Maneuvers in the Dark
An engrossing documentary looks back at a 1961 expedition to New Guinea and the creation of the landmark ethnographic film that resulted.

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Jan 05, 2022

Sundance Film Festival Cancels In-Person Events, Goes Virtual
With caseloads expected to peak in Park City, Utah, during the gathering later this month, festivalgoers will attend virtually, as they did in 2021.

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Jan 05, 2022

The Oscars Want Crowd-Pleasers, but Where Are the Crowds?
As contenders like "West Side Story" and "Belfast" struggle for audiences, can a blockbuster like "Spider-Man: No Way Home" swing into the Oscar race?

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Jan 05, 2022

These 'Spider-Man' Villains Return in 'No Way Home'
Willem Dafoe, Alfred Molina and Jamie Foxx talk about reprising their bad-guy roles in the blockbuster sequel.

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Jan 05, 2022

They Screamed, We Screamed. Now They're in ‘Scream' Again.
After more than a decade, Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox and David Arquette return to take a new stab at the meta-horror franchise. They didn't jump in right away.

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Jan 04, 2022

‘American Gadfly' Review: A Candid Candidacy
This documentary goes behind the scenes of Mike Gravel's oddball run for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination.

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Jan 04, 2022

Hollywood Glamour Is Pandemic-Proof at the Polo Lounge
A clubby gathering spot attracts a who's who of the film industry, and reminds them of a time when movies were still king.

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Jan 03, 2022

‘Three Minutes: A Lengthening' Looks at Jewish Life Before Nazi Invasion
A documentary based on a home movie shot by an American in 1938 provides a look at the vibrancy of a Jewish community in Europe just before the Holocaust.

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Jan 02, 2022

‘Mrs. Doubtfire' on Broadway Is Pausing to Avoid Closing
The musical's producer, eager to avoid a permanent shutdown amid the virus surge, is attempting a self-imposed nine-week hiatus.

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Jan 01, 2022

12 Things Our Critics Are Looking Forward to in 2022
‘Better Call Saul' returns, Cecily Strong stars in a one-woman show, and Faith Ringgold gets an overdue retrospective.

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Dec 31, 2021

Clifton Collins Jr. Hopes ‘Jockey' Makes Him a Familiar Name
You know the actor from countless TV shows, but after immersive preparation for a rare leading role, he appears headed for a breakthrough.

New York Times Movies
Dec 31, 2021

Five Action Movies to Stream Now
Our newest picks include a good cop-bad cop revenge thriller starring Donnie Yen, a high-tech animated take on Hansel and Gretel, and more.

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