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Author: Anna Swanson
Two films about radicalization made waves at TIFF, but what do these vastly different movies actually have to say about the subject?
James Gray puts a lot of faith in Brad Pitt, and it pays off tenfold.
Armando Iannucci's take on Dickens is a stilted and tedious step down from 'The Death of Stalin.'
They say you should never meet your heroes. We interviewed ours.
If nothing else, Rian Johnson's film is definitive proof that Daniel Craig has impeccable comedic talents.
Noah Hawley and Natalie Portman throw everything they have at a wall. None of it sticks.
The Safdie Brothers’ thriller is a raw and powerful feat of filmmaking anchored by a career-best Adam Sandler performance.
The Dillonaissance is upon us and Yorgos Lanthimos's latest, 'Nimic,' shows us why.
The 'IT: Chapter Two' scene-stealer discusses his unlikely sources of inspiration for playing adult Eddie, meeting Stephen King, and why he likes to do favors for fans.