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Monday, Jun. 13, 2022
Review: Director Angus MacLane's "Lightyear"
"In 1995, Andy got a toy from his favorite movie. This is that movie." So begins "Lightyear," a new Pixar release that takes a meta approach to the animation studio's flagship franchise. It isn't a prequel to "Toy Story," exactly, but instead presents the movie that inspired Buzz Lightyear toys in...
Friday, Jun. 10, 2022
Lensing "Mrs. Maisel," "Succession," "Pachinko" and "Hawkeye"
One DP has been nominated for the Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera One-Hour Series Emmy three times for the same show, winning twice. Another has put his stamp on one of the most acclaimed dramatic series of all time. Our next cinematographer--an Emmy, BAFTA and ASC Award winner--...
Thursday, May. 12, 2022
Review: Director Joseph Kosinski's "Top Gun: Maverick"
Early on in "Top Gun: Maverick," Tom Cruise hops on his sleek motorcycle, wearing Aviator sunglasses and a leather jacket with patches, and speeds into a time machine. No, that's not right. It's actually us who take a trip back. More than 30 years after Cruise smirked his way to the cocky heights...
Saturday, May. 7, 2022
Breakout Stars To Watch This Summer Movie Season
Some are newcomers. Some are former child stars reintroducing themselves in adult roles. And one is a comedian making a leap to big screen. These are just a few of the actors poised to make a splash this summer at the movies: AUSTIN BUTLER IN "ELVIS" How familiar you are with Austin Butler will...
Tuesday, May. 3, 2022
Review: Director Sam Raimi's "Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness"
Once a superhero franchise goes multiverse, it's hard to go back. No work of fiction ever needs permission to break the rules or push the boundaries of traditional storytelling, but the multiverse, at least as it's been served up in recent Marvel movies, practically demands it. And for the moment...
Tuesday, Apr. 26, 2022
"The Offer" Delves Into The Wild Drama Behind Getting "The Godfather" Made
On a trip to New York in the early 1970s, Robert Evans, the former head of Paramount, discovered a dead rat in his hotel room bed. According to the new Paramount+ series " The Offer, " this was not an unfortunate travel experience that today would result in a scathing Yelp review, but a warning...
Tuesday, Apr. 12, 2022
Review: Director Daniel Roher's "Navalny," A Portrait Of Putin Opposition Leader 
"Navalny" is so taut and suspenseful you'd think John le Carré had left behind a secret manuscript that's only just coming to light now. This spellbinding portrait of a Russian opposition leader following an attempt on his life has all the makings of a Hollywood thriller. It has shadowy operatives...
Friday, Mar. 25, 2022
Oscars Diary: From Bhutan To Hollywood With The Director of "Lunana: A Yak in the Classroom"
"Lunana: A Yak in the Classroom," became the unlikeliest of Oscar contenders when it was nominated this year for best international film. The story of a young man in Bhutan who goes on an unexpected and life-changing journey to become a teacher in the nation's remote mountains is the first feature...
Wednesday, Mar. 23, 2022
Review: Madcap Metaverses Meld In Daniel Kwan & Daniel Scheinert's "Everything Everywhere"
"Everything Everywhere All at Once" is your standard multiverse martial arts movie about filing your taxes and midlife regret in which googly eyes, everything bagels and fanny packs play vital supporting roles and portals to parallel existences are opened not with a spell but with butt plugs and...
Wednesday, Mar. 23, 2022
Review: Aaron and Adam Nee Direct "The Lost City"
"The Lost City" is the kind of charming, star-driven, action-adventure that makes moviemaking look easy and effortless from the outside. It's hard to imagine a world in which you pair Sandra Bullock and Channing Tatum as a romance novelist and her himbo cover model on a "Romancing the Stone"-esque...

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