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Wednesday, Sep. 29, 2021
Review: Series Creator David Chase, Director Alan Taylor Team On "The Sopranos" Prequel Film
When "The Sopranos" is brought up these days, it's usually for the nebulous way it ended: That now-famous cut-to-black in a crowded diner while Journey's "Don't Stop Believin'" plays. Whether Tony Soprano lived or died is still hotly debated. The real death in 2013 of the great James Gandolfini...
Tuesday, Sep. 28, 2021
A Deeper Dive Into Facebook's Decision To "Pause" Kids' Instagram
Bowing — perhaps only for a moment — to pressure from lawmakers, critics, the media and child development experts, Facebook said Monday it will "pause" its work on a kids' version of its photo and video-oriented Instagram app. But what's not yet clear is just how seriously Facebook is taking the...
Tuesday, Sep. 21, 2021
Review: Jonathan Butterell Makes Feature Directorial Debut With Amazon Studios' "Everybody's Talking About Jamie"
"Everybody's Talking About Jamie," a predictable and glossy "Billy Elliot"-like musical of British working-class aspiration that's nevertheless a joy, is the kind of movie that might have once been made about the trials of coming out as a young gay man. But such hurdles are already well past Jamie...
Wednesday, Sep. 8, 2021
Filmmaker Paul Schrader Reflects On "The Card Counter"
Paul Schrader knows he has a limited number of films left, so whatever he does from here on out is going to be for himself. At 75 years old, the writer of "Taxi Driver" and "Raging Bull" and director of "American Gigolo" and "Mishima" was even somewhat prepared to call it a day after his 2018 film...
Thursday, Sep. 2, 2021
Review: Director Sara Colangelo's "Worth" 
"What is life worth?" asks Washington lawyer Kenneth J. Feinberg (Michael Keaton) in the opening scenes of the based-on-a-true-story drama "Worth," while writing the question on a blackboard for a room full of law school students. To Feinberg, it's not a trick question or a moral one. It's a...
Thursday, Aug. 26, 2021
Music Industry Weighs Vaccine Mandates, But Politics Collide
The coronavirus vaccine gave the live entertainment industry hope for a rebound in 2021. Now, as COVID-19 cases surge and hospital beds fill up, it feels like March 2020 all over again. Tom DeGeorge runs the popular Crowbar club in Tampa, Florida, that once hosted about 300 concerts a year, mostly...
Thursday, Aug. 26, 2021
Interview: For McAvoy, Horgan ‘Together’ is an actor’s dream
James McAvoy and Sharon Horgan didn’t know one another before this year. But the two actors got very familiar very quickly thanks to the new film “Together,” a cutting examination of a failing relationship during the pandemic only held together by their 10-year-old son. Armed with acerbic dialogue...
Wednesday, Aug. 25, 2021
Review: Director Nia DaCosta's "Candyman"
There's an urban legend that says if you repeat the name "Candyman" aloud five times in front of a mirror, you summon a hook-handed killer. After seeing Nia DaCosta's film of the same name, you'll never be tempted to do that. You might even not want anything sweet again. Heck, cancel Halloween...
Thursday, Aug. 19, 2021
Sandra Oh Drawn to Netflix Dramedy "The Chair" For Change of Pace and the Importance of a Korean Protagonist
Sandra Oh has been dancing with death and serial killer Villanelle on "Killing Eve" since 2018, so she could do with a laugh. That's one of the reasons the Canadian-American actor took on the role of Professor Ji-Yoon Kim, the newly appointed head of a prestigious but struggling college's English...
Thursday, Aug. 19, 2021
Review: Director Lisa Joy Makes Feature Debut With "Reminiscence"
Just as surely as climate change is scarring the land and warming the seas, it is also flooding our movies. The planet's imperiled future has been in the DNA of disaster movies like "The Day After Tomorrow" for years, of course. But lately, climate has taken a more leading role in films...

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