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Some like it really hot. “Blonde,” the long-awaited Marilyn Monroe biopic starring Ana de Armas, will reportedly serve as Netflix’s first original film to be rated NC-17. The … more
Forty-two years ago a little-known, 30-something actor named Steven Spielberg played a Cook County Assessor clerk in “The Blues Brothers.” He had a few lines, such as “Can I help … more
The latest comic book movie, “The Batman,” crossed the $300 million threshold in North America last weekend, becoming just the second film since the pandemic began to do so. The other is … more
There's a question ping-ponging around the movie world as to whether or not "Spider-Man: No Way Home" should be nominated for Best Picture at the upcoming Academy Awards. The answer: Sure, why … more
Nina Arianda walked onto the set of her new film as a Tony-winning star but quickly became a starstruck little girl.The actress grew up watching “I Love Lucy,” so it was such a memorable … more
A neighborhood crime spree. A stolen smooch behind the bleacher. A game of gun keep-away involving a gun. Hundreds of people dancing in the street.The new version of “West Side Story” has no … more
But what to watch, an old-time favorite or a new-school entry in the Christmas canon? There are plenty of both available across the top streaming services, and that's without resorting to watching … more
The plot is familiar — a young boy, left by himself for Christmas, is forced to defend his home against burglars using a series of elaborate homemade booby traps — but the execution of … more
Kenneth Branagh's autobiographical drama "Belfast" movingly finds a very difficult balance: It's a film both thoroughly sentimental and grittily real. Taking place mostly in the summer of 1969, it's … more
Ironically, the black-and-white cinematography in "Passing" is there to show us that nothing in the drama is black and white. Beginning on a blazing hot day in 1920s Harlem and ending on a frigid … more
From the hushed misterioso quality of its opening sequence to the nervous ambiguity of its coda, writer-director Rebecca Hall’s “Passing” (premiering on Netflix Nov. 10) floats like … more
A red notice, as helpfully defined by “Red Notice,” is the highest level of arrest warrant issued by Interpol. You might think of this detail as a red herring, given how little it really … more
“Spencer” labels itself “a fable from a true tragedy,” which means it’s a biopic unafraid of acknowledging its speculative inventions. Director Pablo Larrain’s … more
“Ron’s Gone Wrong” dots its primer on friendship with chase scenes and warnings about Big Tech, with only mixed success. Friendless young Barney (voiced by Jack Dylan Grazer) … more
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