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Sujata Day Definition Please

Sujata Day Wants to Tell a Different Kind of Story About South Asian Americans


We talk to the actress-turned-filmmaker about ‘Definition Please,’ paying homage to Bollywood, and why she never wants to be a producer again.

Performer Of The Year Michael Greyeyes

Performer of the Year: Michael Greyeyes


2021 was a great year for performances but only one can be named Performer of the Year. Shea Vassar explores why this rite can only be awarded to Michael Greyeyes.

Filmmaker Of The Year Jane Campion

Filmmaker of the Year: Jane Campion


With ‘The Power of the Dog,’ Campion delivered a masterful take on one of cinema’s most-celebrated genres.

The Book Of Boba Fett Chapter Explained

‘The Book of Boba Fett’ Could Be Building to an Epic ‘Star Wars’ Crossover


All our hope lies in some familiar theme music.

Portrait Of A Lady On Fire Ocean

The Eerie Likeness of ‘Vertigo’ and ‘Portrait of a Lady on Fire’


“I’ve gone back to my first love: painting.”

The Dry

Eric Bana Solves a Murder in Our Home Video Pick of the Week


Plus 8 more new releases to watch at home this week on 4K UHD, Blu-ray, and DVD!

Scene Of The Year Beatles Get Back

Scene of the Year: The Rooftop Concert in ‘The Beatles: Get Back’


We are told that this is the end for The Beatles, but what we witness on the Apple Corps roof is pure bliss.

Non-Binary Pop Culture 2021

In 2021, Pop Culture Went Beyond The Binary


Last year saw more on-screen projects from non-binary and gender non-conforming creators than ever before.

Moon Knight Trailer

5 Noteworthy Moments from the ‘Moon Knight’ Trailer


As Marvel gets closer to the bottom of its barrel, we’re going to encounter some of their best and weirdest concepts.

Ozark Season 4

Everyone is Miserable in the New Season of ‘Ozark’ Including Us


The Netflix crime drama’s rote, redundant new season hints at an interesting endgame, but mostly just exhausts us in the meantime.

Inventing Anna Julia Garner

The Real Story Behind Netflix’s ‘Inventing Anna’


Shonda Rhimes’ latest series tells the story of a young woman pretending to be a German heiress.

Ingrid Goes West - Social Cinema

From ‘Spree’ to ‘Zola’: Crafting the Canon of Social Media Cinema


Social media may have been a mistake but at least we’re getting some compelling films out of it.