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The words, “Revenge has a new name” may appear on the poster, but it’s all old hat where “Justice” is concerned. A corny oater about a proverbial stranger who rides into an Old West town
Neither sharp enough to qualify as satire nor emotional enough to be a standard drama, “The Show” exists in film purgatory. Directed by “Breaking Bad” actor Giancarlo Esposito, the movie a
History has a way of repeating — and repeating — itself in “Infinity Chamber,” a claustrophobic, dystopian sci-fi thriller that plays “Memento”/“Groundhog Day” mind games to ponder
Legendary sports photographer Neil Leifer directs this labor of love that explores the history of Neary’s Irish pub in Manhattan. “Neary’s: The Dream at the End of the Rainbow” moves from
Mr. Tulchin shot an estimated 40 hours of footage of a landmark Harlem event in 1969, most of which the public has never seen.
Mr. Tulchin shot an estimated 40 hours of footage of a landmark Harlem event in 1969 but was stymied in his efforts to make a documentary film out of it.
The writer, director and actor Mike White has a knack for telling stories about the chasm between what people really want and who they really are. His sweet-and-sour satires are minefields of pers
Manolo Blahnik. The shoe designer’s name signifies fanciful, frivolous footwear, gloriously whimsical shoes immortalized by Carrie Bradshaw in “Sex and the City” and coveted as a cult item.
Let’s reinvent the term “clickbait” as a nonpejorative, percussive lure to signal the joyous return — through restoration by Milestone Films — of George T. Nierenberg’s 1979 tap dancin
There’s a moment early on in “mother!,” a thrilling descent into house-of-horrors madness from writer-director Darren Aronofsky, that suggests the proverbial calm before the storm. A lovely
Mike White’s empty-nest comedy starring Ben Stiller is both cringy and kindhearted.
Grant Hart, the drummer and vocalist for pioneering indie rock band Husker Du, has died. He was 56
It's pure coincidence two of Margaret Atwood's most notable novels have been turned into TV productions in the same year, but fans have noted that Th
In ‘American Vandal,’ Netflix’s meticulous spoof of the true-crime documentary, the accused is a clueless teenager and the crime obscene vehicular defacement.
Casey Bloys, HBO’s programming president, said the producers will shoot several different endings of the final episode.
For a certain kind of punk rocker at a particular time in the American underground rock movement of the 1980s, Grant Hart, the drummer, singer and songwriter for Minneapolis three-piece Hüsker
Mr. Noah, who succeeded Jon Stewart on “The Daily Show,” will remain the host of that topical satire program and will produce annual year-end specials.
This week’s parties included a few benefits for the poor, and a slew of hedonistic soirees for the fortunate.
Mr. Moschin, an Italian character actor, had the role of Don Fanucci, a dapper crime boss gunned down by Vito Corleone, in Francis Ford Coppola’s “The Godfather Part II.”
The "Star Wars" movies are rooted in the classics. So is John Williams's music for the soundtracks.
The author, whose picaresque masterwork “The Ginger Man” has sold more than 45 million copies, died on Monday at 91.
Mr. Burns and Lynn Novick go back, way back, in hope of learning from the history of people who failed to learn from their own history.
The director discusses a sequence from his film starring Jennifer Lawrence.
Darren Aronofsky narrates a sequence from his film starring Jennifer Lawrence.
At the Met Breuer, “Delirious” proposes a new version of art history, one short on blue-chip names but with a terrific soundtrack.
It was a different Sean Spicer who paid a visit to ABC's Jimmy Kimmel Live Wednesday night, his first TV appearance since resigning from the Trump Ad
No studio wanted Michael Douglas, and the filmmakers weren’t interested in Glenn Close. Don’t get them started on the bunny. A look back at the 1987 thriller.
Mr. Hart, along with Bob Mould and Greg Norton, started Hüsker Dü, an early member of the hardcore movement, in the late 1970s in St. Paul, Minn.
“Kill Me Please,” the audacious debut film from Brazilian writer-director Anita Rocha da Silveira, is a sexy, disturbing mash-up of “Halloween” and “Heathers,” but it is its own entire
“American Assassin,” the first adaptation of a series of thrillers, stars Dylan O’Brien as a rogue C.I.A. killer and Michael Keaton as grizzled mentor.
An ambitious show salutes Richard Bellamy, who fostered Jo Baer, Donald Judd, Bruce Nauman and Claes Oldenburg, among many others.
"Better Things" star-creator-writer Pamela Adlon on the much-anticipated second season of her Emmy-nominated FX comedy.
At the 69th Primetime Emmy Awards on Sunday, Hollywood glitterati probably will bestow TV’s highest honors on dark, edgy programming such as the dystopian dramas “Westworld” on HBO and Hulu
The quasi-magical realist film “In Search of Fellini” has its heart in the right place but wears its studied quirks on its sleeve, leading with influences and references rather than a strong s
At the 69th Primetime Emmy Awards on Sunday, Hollywood glitterati probably will bestow TV’s highest honors on dark, edgy programming such as the dystopian dramas “Westworld” on HBO and Hulu
"Better Things" star-creator-writer Pamela Adlon on the much-anticipated second season of her Emmy-nominated FX comedy.
This crime drama, the first feature from Emanuele Della Valle, offers atmosphere and performances that almost surmount its plot contrivances.
The experimental theater company stages the Bard’s enigmatic “Measure for Measure” at the Public Theater.
Beijing, Sep 14, IRNA – Exchange of tourists between Iran and China is less than expected, despite considerable tourism capacities of both countries, a senior Iranian tourism official said on Thu
A former University of Manitoba jazz student is angry with the way the university handled an internal investigation into Prof/ Steve Kirby’s conduc
A former University of Manitoba jazz student is angry with the way the university handled an internal investigation into Prof/ Steve Kirby’s conduc
A new documentary about the famed designer could use more of the shoes for which he’s renowned.
A sheltered young woman enamored of the films of the famous director sets off to Italy to meet him.
The documentary looks at William Ford Jr., an unarmed black man who was killed by a white man who was never charged.
Toronto Mayor John Tory had just introduced Guillermo del Toro’s lush movie monster love story “The Shape of Water” at its Toronto International Film Festival premiere, ending with a couple
This documentary-essay about Baltimore reveals its relationship between infestations and economic inequity.
Ben Barenholtz kick-started the career of David Lynch. But his first fiction feature shows he has not mastered directing.
This soulless remarriage comedy is mystifyingly seeded with acting heavyweights.
José María Cabral’s drama concerns a male and female convict in adjacent penitentiaries who use a sign language — “woodpecking” — in order to connect.
Frank Vincent, a veteran character actor who often played tough guys, including mob boss Phil Leotardo on The Sopranos, has died. He was 78.
Frank Vincent, a veteran character actor who often played tough guys, including mob boss Phil Leotardo on The Sopranos, has died. He was 80.
Frank Vincent, a veteran character actor who often played tough guys, including mob boss Phil Leotardo on The Sopranos, has died. He was 80.
On “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” Mr. Spicer admitted that President Trump was never a big fan of Ms. McCarthy’s impersonation.
The groundbreaking NBC sitcom helped normalize gay characters in the 1990s. But its sharp-edged humor and stereotypes may feel out of step in the identity politics age.
Indonesia is one of the largest and most diverse countries in the world, where one can see stunning ocean views as well as volcanoes, mountains and hills.
Pamela Adlon brings a humorous twist to the pressures of being a single working mother. And Julia Stiles stars in a crime drama set along the French Riviera.
More than two years after “Mad Men,” the man who was Don Draper gives himself a pep talk: “Let’s improve. Let’s get better.”
The show’s creator, Darren Star, and its lead actress, Sutton Foster, talk about thwarted romance, career aspirations and whether we’ll ever see Liza in Charles’s arms.
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