Movie review

The Gilded Age Sends Downton Abbey To the Past and Across the Pond | TV/Streaming

But “The Gilded Age” is mostly interested in exploring Marian’s status as a window into both worlds, which isn’t nearly…

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Bring the Governors Awards Back to the Oscars | Festivals & Awards

To be fair, the Academy does post speeches from the Governors Awards on their YouTube channel, but that’s a poor…

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The Last Thing Mary Saw movie review (2022)

What are we looking at, though? This film debuted on Shudder, a channel specializing in horror, and it does boast…

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Hulu’s How I Met Your Father is Another Hollow Nostalgia Grab | TV/Streaming

The 2022 of “How I Met Your Father” feels like an alternate universe, not just because of the lack of…

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Sundance 2022: 20 Films We Can’t Wait to See | Festivals & Awards

Christian Tafdrup directs a brilliantly provocative and simmering satirical work of horror, indicting the two sides as he sets up…

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Sidney Poitier and the Slap That Shook the World | Features

If you’ve seen the movie, you know the moment. Potier’s Detective Virgil Tibbs and Steiger’s Chief Bill Gillespie visit the…

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Happy 96th Birthday Newton Minow! | Features

Today, on his 96th birthday, I think, as I do so often, about how those three events defined his character: inspiring…

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Winners Announced for the 13th Annual AAFCA Awards | Festivals & Awards

Best Picture: “The Harder They Fall”Best Director: Jeymes Samuel (“The Harder They Fall”)Best Screenplay: “Don’t Look Up” (Adam McKay)Best Actor:…

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The Damned: The Films of Elaine May

Elaine May is known as one of the funniest and wittiest comics of all time, yet two of her directorial…

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Shattered movie review & film summary (2022)

What ensues is a story that seesaws between exuberant nonsense and a sort of half-assed sociopolitical riff, mixing resentment of…

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