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“I Feel Like I’m Going To Have A Breakdown.”
JESSICA CHASTAIN IN MISS SLOANE.
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Isabelle Huppert Sexier Than Ever At 63
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Catching Up With... Andrew Garfield
KARA WARNER In your new movie Silence, you play a 17th-century Portuguese missionary. How did you wrap your mind around the film’s themes of faith and religion? The movie explores the very profound questions of “What are we doing here? How do we liv
- Jan 9 20171 minute
Catching Up With... James Franco
KARA WARNER You go head-to-head with Bryan Cranston in your new comedy Why Him? What was your favorite day on-set? One of the main reasons I did it was to work with Bryan. I think a lot of people forget that he came from comedy and how funny he is.
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Nicole Kidman’s Bad Women
Finally, in Lion, she gets to nurture.
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Ken Loach On Why He Won't Meet British Pm Theresa May
"She knows what she's doing." Loach tells Newsweek what he thinks about May's attitude to austerity.
- Jun 20 20162 minutes
Gill More Girl
After more than a decade, Ellen DeGeneres reprises her role as Dory in the sequel to Finding Nemo
- Nov 28 20161 minute
Mcconaughey Goes Carly Rae In Animated Sing
This December, Matthew McConaughey has two movies coming out within four days, and both pivot on a conniving salesman who, as he puts it, “wills his way into pulling off what he pulls off.” But where his character in the R-rated Gold is a money-hungr
- Aug 1 20161 minute
Evan Rachel Wood
ASHLEY HOFFMAN The Emmy-nominated actor, 28, stars in the new film Into the Forest (July 29), an intimate post-apocalyptic drama based on Jean Hegland’s feminist novel of the same name; this fall, she’ll return to television in HBO’s sci-fi thriller
- Sep 4 20161 minute
Our Movie Critic’s 5 Most Anticipated
David Edelstein has his eye on the heavy stuff.
- Jul 25 20162 minutes
The Zany Spirit of ’84 Haunts a Reimagined Ghostbusters
NO ONE HAS TO LOVE PAUL FEIG’S NEW GHOSTBUSTERS, or even like it. But anyone who continues to stand against it on principle—“My childhood has been defiled! I don’t like its stars! The trailer was bad!”—is an unimaginative schmuck. Because Feig’s Ghos
- Dec 16 20163 minutes
Beautiful Heartbreak In 'Manchester By The Sea'
Kenneth Lonergan’s third film is a masterpiece of understanding, humor and human behavior.
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Valley of Violence Is Hounded by Its True Star
S.Z. CONSIDER THIS A SPOILER, BUT DOG LOVERS should know that Abbie, the clever, insanely captivating canine character in Ti West’s scraggy western In a Valley of Violence, does not make it through alive. West takes care not to manipulate emotions w
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Hell or High Water Floats on Craggy Bridges
JEFF BRIDGES IS NOW AT THE POINT IN his long, polychrome career where he has perfected the art of playing the crusty old coot. It’s not as easy as it looks. You can’t just hand your audience a whiskery bouquet of squintin’ and bellyachin’ and call it
- Oct 14 20162 minutes
Review: Andrea Arnold's 'American Honey'
After triumphing at the British Independent Film Awards, the feature is a strong contender for the Oscars.
- Sep 15 20161 minute
A Sharper Lens
How Oscar-nominated director Ava DuVernay challenges the conventions of TV and Hollywood
- Jun 1 20161 minute
60 Ryan Coogler
Dan Solomon For being a knockout filmmaker Though he’s directed just two feature films—the 2013 indie hit Fruitvale Station, the true story of an unarmed black man who was shot and killed by a police officer in 2009, and last year’s Rocky sequel, C