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Apr 23, 2018

Rue St. Denis, Longtime Outfitter to TV and Chic People, Is Closing
For 25 years, a time capsule of perfectly preserved clothing in Alphabet City.

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Apr 23, 2018

‘Avengers,' the Most Lucrative Movie Franchise Ever, Is Wrapping Up. Why?
The Russo brothers pushed to bring the Avengers series to a close — in a two-part extravaganza beginning with "Infinity War" — and Marvel listened.

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Apr 23, 2018

‘Crazy Rich Asians' Trailer Stars Henry Golding and Constance Wu
The big-screen adaptation of the best-selling novel arrives after controversy of the casting of the biracial male lead.

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Apr 23, 2018

Critic's Notebook: ‘I Feel Pretty' and the Rise of Beauty-Standard Denialism
Coursing through pop culture, this attitude puts the onus on women to improve their self-esteem instead of criticizing societal beauty standards.

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Apr 22, 2018

‘A Quiet Place' Returns to No. 1 at the Box Office
John Krasinski's horror film beat out the Rock's "Rampage" and Amy Schumer's "I Feel Pretty" for the top spot.

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Apr 21, 2018

Verne Troyer, Mini-Me in Austin Powers Movies, Dies at 49
At 2 feet 8 inches, Mr. Troyer was a versatile actor who was widely recognizable from the movies he appeared in.

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Apr 20, 2018

Ellen Burstyn Honors a Friendship With a Futurist
Ms. Burstyn talks about "The House of Tomorrow" and her relationship with Buckminster Fuller, her coming directorial debut and her own #MeToo story.

New York Times Movies
Apr 20, 2018

Comic Performers Play It Dark in Netflix Movies
In "Cargo," "6 Balloons," and "Kodachrome," actors known for their funny roles hone their dramatic skills in Netflix Original movies.

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Apr 20, 2018

with …: Rachel Weisz Has a Big Surprise
The 48-year-old actress did same-sex love scenes for her new movie, "Disobedience," but that's not what's about to shake and stir her marriage to Daniel Craig, a.k.a. James Bond.

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Apr 20, 2018

Confirm or Deny: Rachel Weisz
Maureen Dowd has a few more questions for the "Disobedience" star.

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Apr 19, 2018

Anatomy of a Scene | ‘Rampage'
The director Brad Peyton narrates an action sequence from "Rampage," featuring Dwayne Johnson, Naomie Harris and Jeffrey Dean Morgan.

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Apr 19, 2018

Cannes Brings Back Lars von Trier After 2011 Ban for Hitler Comments
Mr. von Trier, the Danish director who was declared persona non grata in 2011, will make a festival comeback this year with "The House That Jack Built."

New York Times Movies
Apr 19, 2018

It Could Be Game Over for a Onetime King of Donkey Kong
The million-point record of Billy Mitchell, the subject of a 2007 documentary, has been thrown out, and Steve Wiebe, his rival, claims "sweet victory."

New York Times Movies
Apr 19, 2018

In ‘The Equalizer 2' Trailer, Denzel Washington Travels the Globe
The actor reteams with Antoine Fuqua, the director from the first "Equalizer" for this follow-up, which also features Melissa Leo.

New York Times Movies
Apr 19, 2018

Review: ‘I Feel Pretty' Doesn't Even Go Skin Deep
In her latest comedy, Amy Schumer plays an insecure woman who, after an accident, decides she's a knockout. Laughs ensue, but the movie is a bummer.

New York Times Movies
Apr 19, 2018

He Won $1 Million to Make a Movie. Then the Problems Set in.
With the prize Faraday Okoro won at the Tribeca Film Festival came enormous pressure. But he was able to finish his project, "Nigerian Prince."

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Apr 19, 2018

Review: ‘Lou Andreas-Salomé' Places a Great Woman in Her Time
"Lou Andreas-Salomé, the Audacity to Be Free" casts four actresses to show the evolution of a 19th-century writer with an unusual life.

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Apr 19, 2018

Review: ‘Super Troopers 2': The Broken Lizard Boys Are Back
The eternal adolescents reprise their roles as Vermont state troopers — this time, overseeing an adjustment of United States borders with Canada.

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Apr 19, 2018

Review: ‘Kodachrome,' an Ode to Color Film, Now Streaming Near You
Jason Sudeikis and Ed Harris bond over analog media in this drama.

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Apr 19, 2018

Review: A Paranormal Sleuth Investigates Three ‘Ghost Stories'
The film is a nod to vintage British horror anthologies.

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Apr 19, 2018

Review: Fighting to Save Her ‘Little Pink House'
Catherine Keener stars in the true story of a woman fighting to keep her house from the clutches of eminent domain.

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Apr 19, 2018

Review: In ‘Beyond the Clouds,' a Brother and Sister Struggle in Mumbai
Majid Majidi's new film aims for neorealism but winds up relying on dynamics that are commonplace, if not outright clichéd.

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Apr 19, 2018

Review: In ‘The Devil and Father Amorth,' a Filmmaker Gets Real
How do you go about getting an exorcist? William Friedkin investigates.

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Apr 19, 2018

Review: ‘After Auschwitz' Looks at Six Survivors and Their Lives
The documentary traces the experiences of six women who settled in the United States after the end of World War II.

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Apr 19, 2018

Table for Three: Passing the Torch: Denzel Washington and Michael B. Jordan
Mr. Washington, next in "The Iceman Cometh" on Broadway, and Mr. Jordan, the "Black Panther" star, discuss their idols, black superheroes and #MeToo.

New York Times Movies
Apr 18, 2018

Tech's Hollywood Takeover: Amazon Reboots ‘Citizen Kane' and ‘E.T.' Studio
The tech giant has moved its entertainment division into Culver Studios, a 14-acre site where "Gone With the Wind" was also filmed.

New York Times Movies
Apr 18, 2018

Amazon Reboots the Studio Where ‘Citizen Kane' and ‘E.T.' Were Made
The tech giant has moved its entertainment division into Culver Studios, a 14-acre site where "Gone With the Wind" was also filmed.

New York Times Movies
Apr 18, 2018

Review: If You Love Godard, You'll Hate-Watch ‘Godard Mon Amour'
A portrait of a filmmaker in crisis that might have worked better as a comedy sketch.

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Apr 18, 2018

At War: ‘Full Metal Jacket' Seduced My Generation and Sent Us to War
R. Lee Ermey's character won over American teenagers with the promise that he could turn them into the most lethal human killing machines in history.

New York Times Movies
Apr 18, 2018

Vittorio Taviani, 88, Dies; Made Acclaimed Films With Brother
His and Paolo Taviani's movies drew notice in their native Italy and beyond; one, "Padre Padrone," won the Palme d'Or at Cannes in 1977.

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Apr 18, 2018

‘Jurassic World' Trailer: A Rescue Mission Gets Underway
Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard are up against Rafe Spall and other adversaries in this sequel.

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Apr 18, 2018

Skin Deep: Danai Gurira Doesn't Do Contouring
The actress, who plays the ferocious General Okoye in "Black Panther," says that she "would never even attempt" to Kardashianize her face.

New York Times Movies
Apr 17, 2018

Critic's Notebook: 17 Movies to Enjoy for the Tribeca Film Festival's 17th Edition
Interested in going but not sure where to start? Our film critic watched dozens of movies and came up with this list of titles worth your time.

New York Times Movies
Apr 17, 2018

Robert De Niro's Top Picks for the Tribeca Film Festival
The actor who played Robert Mueller on "S.N.L." leans toward the political in his choices for what you should go see.

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Apr 17, 2018

Review: In ‘This Is Our Land,' Nationalism in a Small French Town
A Marine Le Pen-like politician makes inroads in France in this drama.

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Apr 16, 2018

With ‘Lost in Space,' Parker Posey Finds an Unlikely Home in Serial TV
Ms. Posey, a longtime star of independent films, puts her stamp on the villainous Dr. Smith in Netflix's reboot of the 1960s adventure series.

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Apr 15, 2018

Milos Forman, 86, Dies; Won Oscars for ‘Cuckoo's Nest' and ‘Amadeus'
A witness to turmoil in his Czech homeland, he was in the front rank of directors struggling to make commercial films with countercultural sensibilities.

New York Times Movies
Apr 15, 2018

‘Rampage' Is No. 1, Proving Dwayne Johnson's Box Office Might
"Rampage" beat the still-strong "A Quiet Place" in the weekend box office derby, as the Blumhouse horror brand made "Truth or Dare" an unlikely hit.

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Apr 14, 2018

Another Harry Potter Landmark: At $68 Million, the Most Expensive Broadway Nonmusical Play Ever
In a sign of high expectations for "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child," the producers and theater owners spent lavishly, even paying Cirque du Soleil to clear out of the space.

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Apr 14, 2018

Milos Forman, Oscar-Winning Director of ‘One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest,' Dies at 86
The filmmaker, born in Czechoslovakia, challenged Hollywood with his subversive touch, and twice directed movies that won the Oscar for best picture.

New York Times Movies
Apr 13, 2018

‘Incredibles 2' Trailer: When a Superhero Is Also a Working Mom
The voices of Holly Hunter, Craig T. Nelson, Sarah Vowell and Samuel L. Jackson are back in the sequel to the 2004 original.

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Apr 13, 2018

A Word With: For Neil Patrick Harris, It Takes an Adult to Make a Kids' Show
Mr. Harris talks about turning himself into the villainous Count Olaf in "A Series of Unfortunate Events" and about how he's raising his own twins.

New York Times Movies
Apr 13, 2018

Streaming: Turning Points: Three Movies Centering on Young Women
Three movies about young women: "First Match," "Layla M." and "Ladies First," all on Netflix.

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Apr 13, 2018

When Superheroes Battle Evil, Why Does Washington Always Lose?
The nation's capital is rarely the site of climactic confrontations. The reasons range from comic-book history to Hollywood antagonism.

New York Times Movies
Apr 13, 2018

Lucrecia Martel: A Director Who Confounds and Thrills
Argentina's leading filmmaker specializes in elusive, off-kilter work. In person, she's much blunter.

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Apr 13, 2018

Is Stan Lee Being Held Prisoner by Real-Life Villains?
"I'm the luckiest guy in the world," said the 95-year-old Marvel Comics creator at his Los Angeles home. "Nobody has more freedom."

New York Times Movies
Apr 12, 2018

3 Film Series to Catch in NYC This Weekend
Our guide to film series and special screenings.

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Apr 12, 2018

Review: A Cinematic Marvel, ‘Zama' Brilliantly Tackles Colonialism in the New World
In Lucrecia Martel's "Zama," an 18th-century magistrate in the Americas desperately tries to leave a cruel, cruelly comic world he has helped make.

New York Times Movies
Apr 12, 2018

Anatomy of a Scene | ‘A Quiet Place'
The director John Krasinski narrates a sequence from his film, in which he stars with Emily Blunt.

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Apr 12, 2018

Review: In ‘Zama,' Trying to Say Goodbye (Cruel) New World
In Lucrecia Martel's "Zama," an 18th-century magistrate in the Americas desperately tries to leave a cruel, cruelly comic world he has helped make.

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Apr 12, 2018

‘Ocean's 8': New Trailer Offers a Few More Details
Sandra Bullock leads a cast of actresses, including Cate Blanchett and Mindy Kaling, pulling off a heist at the Met's annual fashion gala.

New York Times Movies
Apr 12, 2018

Spike Lee and Godard Films to Compete at a Cannes With No Netflix
The streaming giant will boycott the festival this year in protest against a rule requiring them to show their movies in French movie theaters.

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Apr 12, 2018

Review: ‘Grace Jones: Bloodlight and Bami' Finds the Model, Singer, Actress, Person
Grace Jones has always been an iconoclast. But this documentary restores her humanity.

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Apr 12, 2018

Review: Joan of Arc Is a Young Headbanger in ‘Jeannette'
In his latest film, Bruno Dumont presents an idiosyncratic Joan of Arc: one who has visions of the saints and stomps around to heavy electronic music.

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Apr 12, 2018

Review: In ‘Wildling,' Bel Powley Finds Her Inner Monster
Fritz Böhm's creature feature is functional but lacks flavor, our critic writes.

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Apr 12, 2018

Review: Two Brothers, One Therapist and an ‘Aardvark'
Jon Hamm and Zachary Quinto play estranged brothers coping with mental illness in Brian Shoaf's dramatic comedy.

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Apr 12, 2018

Review: ‘Krystal' Follows a Teenager's Racing Heart
In this comedy, directed by William H. Macy, a teenager with a bad heart falls for a single mother (a recovering addict and a former stripper).

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Apr 12, 2018

Review: ‘An Ordinary Man' Stars Ben Kingsley as a War Criminal
The film follows a general in the former Yugoslavia on the run from international authorities.

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Apr 12, 2018

Review: In ‘Submergence,' a Love Story Sunk by Geopolitics
In Wim Wenders's film, Alicia Vikander and James McAvoy are soul mates who find each other before a plotline involving Somali jihadists separates them.

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Apr 12, 2018

Review: Trapped in a Deadly Game of ‘Blumhouse's Truth or Dare'
A demon-driven game causes problems for a group college students in this horror thriller.

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Apr 12, 2018

Review: In ‘The Judge,' a Middle Eastern Trailblazer Upholds Women's Rights
Erika Cohn's upbeat documentary profiles the first woman to be appointed to the Middle East's religious courts.

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Apr 12, 2018

Review: In ‘Come Sunday,' Chiwetel Ejiofor Plays a Doubting Bishop
The film tells the story of a real-life evangelical bishop who began preaching that even people who hadn't been "saved" would be spared from hell.

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Apr 12, 2018

A War Dog Salutes in ‘Sgt. Stubby: An American Hero'
This animated film focuses on a dog who helped troops during World War I.

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Apr 11, 2018

Review: ‘Borg vs. McEnroe' Revisits an Epic Court Battle
A taciturn Swede (you know who) faces a volatile American (you know who) in Janus Metz's feature about the 1980 Wimbledon final.

New York Times Movies
Apr 11, 2018

Review: ‘Rampage' Turns to Rubble, Even Before the Mutant Animals Show Up
Dwayne Johnson stars in this adaptation of a 1980s arcade game. But will he get a bonus round if he can save Chicago from a giant gorilla named George?

New York Times Movies
Apr 11, 2018

Review: ‘The Rider' Gracefully Follows a Young Rodeo Champion
This exceptionally sensitive movie set on the Dakota plains features nonprofessional actors playing versions of themselves.

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Apr 11, 2018

Review: ‘The Rider' Is an American Regional Film to Savor
This exceptionally sensitive movie set on the Dakota plains features nonprofessional actors playing versions of themselves.

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Apr 11, 2018

Rewind: Revisiting the Downtown Scene Through Alien Eyes in ‘Liquid Sky'
This movie, which opened 35 years ago, is more than a time capsule. It's a sci-fi spectacle with a "ferocious fashion sense."

New York Times Movies
Apr 10, 2018

Review: ‘Hitler's Hollywood' Unearths the Cinema of the Third Reich
The film uses clips to explore the aesthetics, attitudes and messages of German cinema from 1933 to 1945.

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Apr 10, 2018

Review: In ‘Beirut,' a War-Torn Backdrop for American Spy Games
Jon Hamm plays a former diplomat who returns to Beirut to help rescue a C.I.A. spy in a thriller written by Tony Gilroy ("Bourne").

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Apr 10, 2018

This Is the Beirut We Wish You Could See
Many people bristled at the new movie "Beirut." But nuanced depictions of Lebanon and its people exist. Here's what to watch and read.

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Apr 10, 2018

New Trailer: ‘The Meg,' With Jason Statham
Mr. Statham takes on the world's largest shark in this preview.

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Apr 09, 2018

‘Solo: A Star Wars Story' Gets a New Trailer
As evidenced by its latest preview, the film will be far from a solo mission.

New York Times Movies
Apr 08, 2018

‘A Quiet Place' Is a Huge No. 1 at the Box Office, Boosting Paramount
John Krasinski's "A Quiet Place" collected $50 million over the weekend, twice the amount expected. "Ready Player One" was second and "Blockers" third.

New York Times Movies
Apr 08, 2018

Indian Actress Stages a Revealing #MeToo Protest
Sri Reddy, 28, took off her shirt outside a film commission in Hyderabad to draw attention to her accusations of sexual harassment by movie producers.

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Apr 08, 2018

Indian Actress Stages a Topless #MeToo Protest
Sri Reddy, 28, took off her shirt outside a film commission in Hyderabad to draw attention to her accusations of sexual harassment by movie producers.

New York Times Movies
Apr 06, 2018

Isao Takahata, Leader in Japanese Animation, Dies at 82
With Hayao Miyazaki, Mr. Takahata founded Japan's premier anime studio, Ghibili, and directed sophisticated films like "Grave of the Fireflies."

New York Times Movies
Apr 06, 2018

Oh for the Days of the Making-Of Featurette — Seriously
The extras on DVDs came to be seen as studio marketing opportunities, but the quirky bonuses were also a way budding filmmakers learned their craft.

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Apr 06, 2018

‘Solo: A Star Wars Story' Is Going to Cannes
The movie is to have its premiere at the film festival before opening in France on May 23 and in the United States on May 25.

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Apr 06, 2018

‘The First Purge' Trailer Hits Political Notes
The horror franchise's newest installment is an origin tale featuring Marisa Tomei, Y'lan Noel and Lex Scott Davis.

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Apr 06, 2018

Chipping Away at the Huge Block of Netflix Originals
"Mute," "The Ritual" and "Ravenous" are three Netflix Originals that deliver genre thrills in differing measures.

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Apr 06, 2018

Pacino as Paterno, and Who Is That Producer? Anthony Scaramucci
Mr. Scaramucci, the voluble former White House communications director, is a co-executive producer of HBO's "Paterno." It started with an acquaintance made on an Oliver Stone film.

New York Times Movies
Apr 05, 2018

Susan Anspach, 75, Dies; Daring Actress in Maverick Films
She personified the counterculture in the Off Broadway run of "Hair" in the '60s and in films like "Five Easy Pieces" and "Play It Again, Sam" in the '70s.

New York Times Movies
Apr 05, 2018

Anatomy of a Scene | ‘Blockers'
Kay Cannon narrates a sequence from "Blockers," featuring John Cena, Leslie Mann and Ike Barinholtz.

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Apr 05, 2018

Review: The Kids Are All Right in ‘Blockers.' The Parents Are Dopes.
The laughs run hot and (mostly) cold in this comedy about three daughters who set out to lose their virginity and whose parents try to stop them.

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Apr 05, 2018

Terry Gilliam's Long-Delayed ‘Quixote' Gets a Trailer
"The Man Who Killed Don Quixote" has been in the works for 20 years, and this clip is the first sign the project might be ready. But there is no release date.

New York Times Movies
Apr 05, 2018

Making the Sound of Silence in ‘A Quiet Place'
"Quiet on the set" took on new meaning in John Krasinski's horror film, which used a less-is-more approach to its unusual sound design.

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Apr 05, 2018

Review: In ‘Lean on Pete,' a Boy's Survival in the Other America
In Andrew Haigh's heart-heavy drama, a touching Charlie Plummer plays a poor 15-year-old who runs off with a horse named Lean on Pete.

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Apr 05, 2018

There's No Seder Like a Showbiz Seder
On the fourth night of Passover, Tony winners and their friends gathered for an a cappella version of "Go Down Moses" and many other surprises.

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Apr 05, 2018

Review: In ‘The Miracle Season,' Moviemakers Spike a Real-Life Volleyball Story
From lighting to music cues, "The Miracle Season" never misses a chance to lunge for your tear ducts.

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Apr 05, 2018

Review: In ‘Good Luck,' Miners in Serbia and Suriname Share a Cinematic Link
Weaving a spiritual conversation with breathtaking camera work among groups of people who will never meet but share desperation, dreams and camaraderie.

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Apr 05, 2018

Review: A Surgeon Performs Miracles in Sudan in ‘The Heart of Nuba'
The documentary is more about Tom Catena, who has been tending Mother of Mercy Hospital, than the political situation that restricts humanitarian aid.

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Apr 05, 2018

Review: ‘Spinning Man' Is Full of Skeptics. Follow Their Lead.
This suspense movie, based on George Harrar's clever novel, struggles to build tension along the way.

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Apr 05, 2018

Review: ‘Big Fish & Begonia' Animates the Drama of Mortality
A mystical being from an underworld takes the form of a red dolphin in this fantasy.

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Apr 05, 2018

Review: ‘Acorn and the Firestorm' Strives to Revive the Community Organizing Group's Reputation
This documentary from Reuben Atlas and Sam Pollard aims to look at the importance of Acorn before it filed for bankruptcy.

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Apr 05, 2018

Review: ‘Where Is Kyra?' Portrays a Descent Into Poverty
Michelle Pfeiffer stars in Andrew Dosunmu's drama, which mixes harsh realism with stylized film techniques.

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Apr 05, 2018

Review: 1920s Australia Is No ‘Sweet Country' for Aboriginal Australians
The movie tracks the fate of an Aboriginal stockman forced to flee after killing a white farmer in self-defense.

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Apr 05, 2018

Review: 1920s Australia Is No ‘Sweet Country' for Aboriginals
The movie tracks the fate of an Aboriginal stockman forced to flee after killing a white farmer in self-defense.

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Apr 05, 2018

Review: In ‘The Endless,' a U.F.O. Cult Is More Than It Seems
In this film from Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead, two men return to the cult they escaped.

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Apr 05, 2018

Grace Jones on a Lifetime of Doing Whatever She Pleases
The documentary "Bloodlight and Bami" showcases the 69-year-old music and fashion icon at her most fierce and most vulnerable.

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