Category : Entertainment & Arts

‘Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain’ Review:...

Morgan Neville’s sharp and vividly compelling documentary tries to pin down a brilliant, troubled man.

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‘Fear Street’ Trilogy Review: Carnage and Close Calls

Gore and nostalgia characterize this scrappy horror trilogy, which follows an endearing cast of teenage rebels through three time...

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‘The Hidden Life of Trees’ Review: Magic Kingdom

Jörg Adolph uses the sensorial capacities of cinema to thrillingly visualize a German forester’s contention that trees are social,...

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‘The Boys in Red Hats’ Review: Cool Story, Bro

This documentary explores the incident on Jan. 18, 2019, when a high school student grinned and stared at a Native American demonstrator...

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Andrea Arnold Has Directed A-Listers. Her Latest Star?...

Arnold’s new documentary, “Cow,” is one of the most moving films at Cannes. “A few times, I’ve just burst into tears about it,” she...

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N.B.A. Pros on the Big Screen: Can These Stars Act?

We watched LeBron James, Michael Jordan, Kevin Durant and 11 more basketball greats to see how they rate as actors. We were in for...

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‘Space Jam,’ My Dad and Me

A writer adored the basketball-Looney Tunes mash-up as a boy. Watching the movie again after his father died, he felt the movie resonate...

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The Riddle of Riley Keough

The “Zola” actress has a knack for inhabiting working-class characters who feel real, even though her own family history is as outrageous...

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‘The New Bauhaus’ Review: Rethinking an Approach to...

This documentary on the interdisciplinary artist Laszlo Moholy-Nagy makes the case that he should be a household name.

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My Summer of Hitchcock and Cold Cherries

The writer Mona Awad on an evening tradition passed down by her mother.

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Falling Back in Love With Cannes

After the 2020 edition was canceled, what would the return of the film festival be like? Chock-full of songs and thought-provoking...

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Stream These Five Action Films Now

This month’s picks span the globe and range from a solemn meditation on grief to a fight against bloodthirsty sharks.

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In ‘Fear Street,’ a Lesbian Romance Provides Hope...

Mainstream horror rarely lets queer women be the heroes. The Netflix trilogy takes a defiant stance with a relationship that covers...

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Spike Lee Accidentally Reveals Palme d’Or Winner Early:...

Julia Ducournau becomes the second woman to win the top prize, after Jane Campion in 1993. The surprise reveal came at the start of...

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