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We asked our panel of critics to name the filmmaker whose work they can't wait to see more of in the next decade. Turns out, the next great batch is already here.
We asked our panel of critics to name the film that defined this decade, and David Fincher's Facebook movie was the most popular response.
Some argue that "The Irishman," "Gemini Man," and James Dean's undead avatar are harbingers of a dark future, while others see hope in such digital innovation.
Film critics share their streaming diets: Kanopy and the Criterion Channel are beloved, but even the pros are already drowning in content.
Does Taika Waititi's movie successfully poke fun at Nazis? Critics disagree on the value of the "anti-hate satire."
With "Parasite" now in theaters, our panel of critics highlights 12 recent films that powerfully explore the social dynamics of capitalism.
In the aftermath of "Joker," we asked our panel of film critics to reckon with what it means for a movie to be "dangerous."
From Maria Falconetti in "The Passion of Joan of Arc" to Natalie Portman in "Jackie," critics pick the best biopic performances ever.
Will there be justice for Ross? Or will Marcel win it all?
These are the medical professionals prescribed for a great TV viewing experience.
In honor of "The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance," critics share which puppets struck a chord with them over the years.
From "Mad Men" and "Bunheads," to "So You Think You Can Dance" and "It's Always Sunny," these shows make the most of a moment.
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