A New Yorker moves to Los Angeles in order to figure out his life while he housesits for his brother, and he soon sparks with his brother’s assistant.
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The based-on-a-true-story comedy was one of the best films to premiere at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival.
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First-time feature filmmakers Isabel Peppard and Josie Hess creatively explore the life of Morgana Muses, a rule-breaker in every sense of the word.
James D’Arcy’s feature debut is a treacly, multigenerational meta-exercise that serves as a vehicle for Neeson and Micheál Richardson, who make the most out of a soggy script.
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Kaufman’s eagerly awaited adaptation of Iain Reid’s cult horror novel hits Netflix on September 4.
The creators of “Room 104” are gearing up for a new docuseries about an entrepreneur behind an infamous 1970s auto scam.
The director behind 2018’s acclaimed “Little Woods” and the upcoming “Candyman” is bringing her talents to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Comedy Central’s reboot follows recent announcements for new episodes of “Beavis & Butt-Head” and “Clone High.”
The 91-year-old filmmaker reveals his surreal therapy method, and creates the first avant-garde informercial.
Buff up on the director’s catalog ahead of “Tenet” by revisiting his Christian Bale “Dark Knight” trilogy and mind-trippy debut “Memento.”
At the time of the film’s release, Simone’s estate called Saldana’s casting “gut-wrenching, heartbreaking, nauseating, soul-crushing.”