An astonishing documentary portrait of the late John Wojtowicz, whose attempted robbery of a Brooklyn bank to finance his male lover’s sex-reassignment surgery was the real-life inspiration for the classic Al Pacino film Dog Day Afternoon.
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Emilia Clarke refused to let anyone take the humanity out of her “Thrones” character.
David E. Kelley’s latest courtroom drama acknowledges its privileged perspective, but a slow, reductive murder-mystery stresses its deficient focus on rich people problems.
Giuliani called in to radio station WABC to say that his lecherous behavior in the film — shot in July — was retaliation for his anti-Biden work.
The Disney legend and Oscar winner upped his animation game for his feature debut at Netflix, and the streamer has another Oscar contender.
Quibi, which raised $1.75 billion prior to launching earlier this year, struggled to gain traction in the saturated entertainment industry.
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Exclusive: New York’s leading LGBTQ+ film festival created the program in support of Black Lives Matter.
Representing the next generation of filmmakers, the winners discussed the importance of film serving as a medium for diverse perspectives.
This wide-ranging documentary about a seminal year in America will make you want to throw your phone out the window, even if it doesn’t change a thing.
Baron Cohen resurrects his most confrontational character for the ultimate indictment of America in 2020, and he hits his target many times over.
If only “The Witches” were directed by the Robert Zemeckis who made “Roger Rabbit,” and not the Robert Zemeckis who made “The Polar Express.”