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Oliver Reed Gladiator

How Filmmakers Navigate an Actor’s Unexpected Death On-Screen


The show must go on.

Margot Robbie in Babylon

‘Babylon’ Is Chaos Personified — But That Becomes Part Of the Charm in Its Mess


Damien Chazelle wants to dance his dance again, but this time, the Hollywood bacchanalia won’t save him from his cinema sins.

Banshees Of Inisherin

Two Men and a Donkey Walk Into Our Pick of the Week


Plus 7 more new releases to watch at home this week on UHD, Blu-ray, and DVD!

Noah Centineo in The Recruit

Noah Centineo-Led ‘The Recruit’ Is A Brisk and Breezy Spy Dramedy


Centineo stars in this fun, frothy Netflix dramedy series about a new CIA recruit thrown into the deepest of deep ends.

Black Sea Shallow Depth Of Field

The Casual Film Lover’s Guide to Shallow Depth of Field


Toss a coin to your focus puller.

Helen Mirren in the premiere episode of 1923 - Review

The Premiere of ‘1923’ Finds Promise and Pain in the 20th Century


Harrison Ford and Helen Mirren star in the latest Yellowstone prequel, which also features plots following a rugged safari hunter and a Native American residential school student.

Jackie Brown Mall Scene

What the Mall Scene in ‘Jackie Brown’ Can Teach Us About Tarantino’s Quietest Film


Tarantino loves to mess with chronology. With one notable exception.

Avatar The Way Of Water

‘Avatar: The Way of Water’ Brings Humanity and Empathy to Pandora


We always knew James Cameron was a big ol’ softie.

Taxi Driver Movie Theater

From Bava to Bresson: The Films That Inspired ‘Taxi Driver’


Femme Fatales, post-war disorientation, and voice-over? Huh. Maybe ‘Taxi Driver’ is a noir film.

The Roundup

Ma Dong-seok Punches His Way Into Our Pick of the Week


Plus 14 more new releases to watch at home this week on UHD, Blu-ray, and DVD!

Amazon Prime December 2022

What’s New to Stream on Amazon Prime for December 2022


From Sundance hits to Michael Bay bombs, here’s what’s new to Prime!

Cocaine Bear Real Story

The Real Story Behind ‘Cocaine Bear’


Yes, a bear actually did consumer millions of dollars worth of cocaine.