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Maid Netflix Series

‘Maid’ Empathically Shines a Light on the Harsh Realities of Poverty


The Netflix series, based on the bestselling memoir, also features a rock-solid performance by Margaret Qualley.

Midnight Mass Zach Gilford

The Opening of ‘Midnight Mass’ Depicts Mike Flanagan’s Worst Nightmare


In a personal essay, Flanagan shares just how deep his connection is with the series and its characters.

Vortex Gaspar Noe

Gaspar Noé’s ‘Vortex’ is a Tender Experimental Dive Into Dementia


Split screen entertainment is back and sadder than ever.

Stop And Go Covid Comedy

The Covid Comedy ‘Stop and Go’ is Just Two Filmmakers Guessing


We chat with filmmakers Whitney Call and Mallory Everton about why they’re waiting for the audience to tell them whether they should have made their film or not.

Venom Let There Be Carnage

‘Venom: Let There Be Carnage’ Nearly Achieves Rom-Com Delight


“I’m just a Symbiote, standing in front of a boy…” If only comic book franchises and their audiences were ready for the love affair this sequel demands.

Wings Tracking Dolly Shot

How They Filmed the Café Dolly Shot in ‘Wings’


No, there wasn’t a buzzsaw attached to the camera. But that’s a free idea if anyone wants it…

Belfast Movies True Story

The Real Story Behind Kenneth Branagh’s ‘Belfast’


The award-winning film is based on the years before Branagh’s family fled Northern Ireland amidst the violence known as the Troubles.

What If Episode Kirby Krackle

‘What If…?’ Celebrates the Iconic Artistic Flourish Known as Kirby Krackle


For diehard Marvel fans, spotting it is like spotting a Stan Lee cameo.

Halt And Catch Fire Ten Of Swords

‘Halt and Catch Fire’ Reinvented Itself Until The Very End


The series about the early days of the tech industry was in love with reinvention, and its series finale, “Ten of Swords,” made us love it too.

The River Jean Renoir

The Soft-Spoken Coming of Age Splendor of Jean Renoir’s ‘The River’


Technicolor growing pains, soft-spoken narration, and a commanding feminist point of view. Here’s a look at what makes Renoir’s first color feature so great.

Craig and de Armas in No Time To Die

‘No Time to Die’ Says Bye to Bond with Big Action and Bigger Emotion


Daniel Craig’s run as James Bond comes to a fitting end.

Best Supporting Actors Tiff

6 Scene-Stealing Performances at the 2021 Toronto International Film Festival

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