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Review: In ‘Downsizing,’ Matt Damon Sweats the Small Stuff

Review: In ‘Downsizing,’ Matt Damon Sweats the Small Stuff

From left, Udo Kier, Matt Damon and Christoph Waltz in “Downsizing.”

What to Watch For at Cannes

What to Watch For at Cannes

“Birds of Passage,” from the filmmakers Ciro Guerra and Cristina Gallego of Colombia, portrays a family crime dynasty.

Is Woody Allen a Great Filmmaker? Discuss

Is Woody Allen a Great Filmmaker? Discuss

Mia Farrow and Woody Allen in "Husbands and Wives."

Review: ‘The King’ Chases the American Dream and Elvis

Review: ‘The King’ Chases the American Dream and Elvis

Eugene Jarecki’s documentary “The King” tells two stories — one about Elvis Presley, the poor boy who became a king, and the other about the United States. Here, the king is in the Army.

Review: In ‘Support the Girls,’ Sisterhood Is Funny, Essential and Sweet

Review: In ‘Support the Girls,’ Sisterhood Is Funny, Essential and Sweet

Haley Lu Richardson, left, and Regina Hall play workers at a Texas sports bar called Double Whammies in “Support the Girls.”

‘This Story Transcends Race’: Kevin Kwan on the Appeal of ‘Crazy Rich Asians’

‘This Story Transcends Race’: Kevin Kwan on the Appeal of ‘Crazy Rich Asians’

From left, Michelle Yeoh, Henry Golding and Constance Wu in a scene from “Crazy Rich Asians.” “The story at the heart of it is about a family,” said Kevin Kwan, the author of the novel from which the new movie was adapted.

Golden Globe Award Winners 2018: The Complete List

Golden Globe Award Winners 2018: The Complete List

Nicole Kidman accepting the award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television at the 75th Annual Golden Globe Awards.

‘The Last Jedi’ and You: What Fans Think of the Newest Chapter

‘The Last Jedi’ and You: What Fans Think of the Newest Chapter

Fans in line in Los Angeles for the opening-night showings of “Star Wars: The Last Jedi.”

The Film Festivals of New York: A Tasting Menu

The Film Festivals of New York: A Tasting Menu

Diego el Cigala, the flamenco star, in the documentary “Indestructible: The Soul of Salsa.”

The Late, Late Show With Martin Scorsese

The Late, Late Show With Martin Scorsese

Griffin Dunne and Teri Garr in the 1985 film “After Hours,” directed by Martin Scorsese.

Review: Spielberg’s ‘Ready Player One’ Plays the Nostalgia Game

Review: Spielberg’s ‘Ready Player One’ Plays the Nostalgia Game

Tye Sheridan in “Ready Player One,” Steven Spielberg’s adaptation of the best-selling novel.

Review: ‘I Feel Pretty’ Doesn’t Even Go Skin Deep

Review: ‘I Feel Pretty’ Doesn’t Even Go Skin Deep

In “I Feel Pretty,” Amy Schumer stars as a woman who suffers a knockout blow and wakes up feeling oh so you know.

‘Solo’ Sputters at Box Office, Raising Worries of ‘Star Wars’ Fatigue

‘Solo’ Sputters at Box Office, Raising Worries of ‘Star Wars’ Fatigue

Alden Ehrenreich as Han Solo and Joonas Suotamo as Chewbacca in “Solo,” which collected $83 million over the weekend.

A Robot Romance on Amazon, American Indies and a ‘Taxi Driver’ Commentary

A Robot Romance on Amazon, American Indies and a ‘Taxi Driver’ Commentary

Léa Seydoux is the title character in Amazon’s “Zoe.”

This Story Has Already Stressed Ryan Reynolds Out

This Story Has Already Stressed Ryan Reynolds Out

Ryan Reynolds said the anxiety will go away when the curtain opens: “I turn on this knucklehead, and he kind of takes over and goes away again once I walk off set.”


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