An alien in human form is on a journey through Scotland.
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From “Godzilla” to “The Host,” the best monster movies of the modern age have made our fears look every bit as real as they feel.
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Trying to make sense of modern television ratings is like comparing apples and wrenches.
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He says Netflix is essential — for cultural conversations, for cinephiles searching for movies studios don’t make anymore, for the masses seeking to be entertained.
Jonathan Glazer is ending this decade with one of its best movies and starting the next decade with a brand new feature film.
Ed Perkins’ chilling documentary about twins Alex and Marcus Lewis, identity, memory, and family secrets is compelling and heartbreaking.
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“Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” is returning to theaters October 25 with 10 minutes of additional footage.
French-Malian filmmaker Ladj Ly’s insurgent drama earned the Jury Prize at Cannes this past May.