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Queenpins True

The Real Story Behind ‘Queenpins’

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The crime comedy is based on a counterfeit coupon empire that shocked law enforcement.

Nine Perfect Strangers Michael Shannon

Confronting the Horror and Comedy of Grief in ‘Nine Perfect Strangers’

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When Michael Shannon first joined the project, he was very uncomfortable with his character’s reaction to death.

What If Episode Explained

A Cameo in ‘What If…?’ Episode 4 Could Connect to Multiple Marvel Spin-Offs

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Once again, Doctor Strange proves that he might be the greatest threat facing the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Amazon Prime Streaming September

What’s New to Stream on Amazon Prime for September 2021

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Looking for a trilogy to marathon? Prime has both ‘Die Hard’ and ‘I Know What You Did Last Summer.’

Mon Oncle

The Warm Absurdity of Old vs. New in Jacques Tati’s ‘Mon Oncle’

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Reject modernity, embrace slapstick comedy.

Beasts Of No Nation

A Netflix Original Comes to Criterion as Our Home Video Pick of the Week

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Plus 10 more new releases to watch at home this week on 4K, Blu-ray, and DVD!

Bordertown Paul Muni

The Contradictory Mexican-American Representation of ‘Bordertown’

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The 1935 film relies on stereotypes but inadvertently shows the debilitating barriers that racism puts on Mexican immigrants.

Carrie Coon The Leftovers

The Fierce, Fearless Love of Carrie Coon

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We tip our hat to the queen of prestige TV. But beyond ‘The Leftovers,’ ‘Fargo,’ and ‘The Sinner,’ gripping big-screen projects await.

Horror Streaming Guide September

All the Horror You Need to Stream in September 2021

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God-worshipping death cults, snake women, and co-dependent rat-whisperers, oh my!

Netflix Guide September

What’s New to Stream on Netflix for September 2021

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New original films starring Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Logan Marshall-Green, Melissa McCarthy, and more!

Best Star Wars Animated Moments

The 25 Best Moments from the Animated ‘Star Wars’ Adventures

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The cartoons have frequently used our knowledge of the films against us, resulting in a rich emotional experience.

Maggie Q In The Protege

Maggie Q on Her Sexual Chemistry with Michael Keaton in ‘The Protégé’

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Just two months after major back surgery, Maggie Q was ready to get back in action for Martin Campbell’s latest.