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"This buckaroo of a disc does not blow it on the image and sound front." Read our Blu-ray review of Steven Spielberg's READY PLAYER ONE, out on July 24.
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We recently spoke to Rob Reiner about the real source of fake news, the surprising new urgency that SHOCK AND AWE took on after the 2016 election, and why he wanted to change his name when he was eight years old.
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Underlying many of EIGHTH GRADE's scenes is a strain of eeriness, as if the Bo Burnham film were offering up a post-human spin on Pretty in Pink. Read our review.
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In MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE - FALLOUT, Tom Cruise runs, jumps, falls, fist-fights, sky-dives, and clambers up rope and cliff in service of...what exactly?
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Jake Meginsky's documentary MILFORD GRAVES FULL MANTIS is insular, precious, and too pleased with its unwillingness to reach out to the unconverted. Read our review.
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Read our interview with Eighth Grade filmmaker Bo Burnham about how his feature directorial debut functions as both an extension of his comedy work while also serving as a corrective to some of the toxicity he frequently lampoons.
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Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is the true Tower of Babel, the movie star who with each film gets closer to God and whose films always come tumbling down around him. Read our review of SKYSCRAPER.
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As Ian Bonhôte's documentary reveals, Alexander McQueen's suicide was perhaps the all-too-predictable ending to a history of violence. Read our review.
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King Hu's DRAGON INN gets an excellent Blu-ray release courtesy of The Criterion Collection, which should cement the film's reputation among North American audiences as a watershed work of martial-arts cinema.
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We chatted with performance artist and gender theorist Kate Bornstein about making their Broadway debut in STRAIGHT WHITE MEN, now playing at the Second Stage Theater.
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