Movie review

Cannes 2022: One Fine Morning, Brother and Sister, Mariupolis 2 | Festivals & Awards

If the ambiguities of “One Fine Morning” in some ways recall Éric Rohmer, “Brother and Sister” revives the strain of…

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Roger’s Top Ten Lists: Best Films of 2012 | Chaz’s Journal

6. FLIGHT Denzel Washington is one of the most sympathetic and rock-solid of actors, and it’s effective here how his…

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The Northman movie review & film summary (2022)

When Eggers first released “The Witch” his brand of horror was deemed, backhandedly, as “elevated.” The New England filmmaker delivered…

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Clothes Make the Character: Janie Bryant on the Wardrobe of Mad Men | Interviews

In noting the differences between Megan Draper and Betty Draper, Bryant observed the latter was raised within a very specific…

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HBO’s Our Flag Means Death is Too Droll for Its Own Good | TV/Streaming

“Our Flag Means Death” is always stuck feeling like it’s either trying too hard, or not trying enough; it plays out…

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Peacock’s Bel-Air Fights to Take the TV Throne | TV/Streaming

If you’re not familiar, “Bel-Air” started life as something of a joke, a 2019 alternate universe trailer by Morgan Cooper…

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Netflix’s Ozark Begins Its Long Goodbye | TV/Streaming

“Ozark” is following a similar logic for its final season—at least, for the first seven episodes coming to Netflix on…

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Betty White: 1922-2021 | Tributes

  White’s utter fearlessness as a performer was grounded in the delight she took in delighting others, especially if she…

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Netflix’s Saturday Morning All-Star Hits is a Gift for Kyle Mooney Fans | TV/Streaming

Co-created with long-time collaborator and director Dave McCary and animator Ben Jones, “Saturday Morning All-Star Hits!” frames itself around the…

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Bright Wall/Dark Room November 2021: Why You Want to Leave Me? by Steph Green

We are pleased to offer an excerpt from the November 2021 edition of the online magazine Bright Wall/Dark Room. Their theme…

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