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Dear Evan Hansen Universal Pictures

‘Dear Evan Hansen’ Should Have Been Stuffed Into a Locker and Forgotten

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You’ll find it hard to care despite the film’s insistence that you probably should.

Found Footage and Truth: Dashcam

How a New Wave of Found Footage Films Are Tackling Truth

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With three big titles in found footage coming soon, the format is more important than ever in interrogating our understanding of truth.

Michelle Rodriguez and a big baby in F9

35 Things We Learned from Justin Lin’s ‘F9: The Fast Saga’ Commentary

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“It’s always better to have more than less.”

Natasha Braier Cinematography

From ‘XXY’ to ‘The Neon Demon’: The Cinematography of Natasha Braier

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A bold, uncompromising voice in cinematography: here’s a quick intro to what defines the work of Natasha Braier.

Johnny Eager

Romance, Crime, and Queer-coding in ‘Johnny Eager’

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The queer storyline and fascinating lives of the lead actors set this film apart from other crime romances before and since.

The Women of Ted Lasso: Keeley And Rebecca

Hannah Waddingham and Juno Temple on the Friendship at the Heart of ‘Ted Lasso’

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Hannah Waddingham and Juno Temple, the two female stars of ‘Ted Lasso,’ are best friends both on and off-screen.

What If Episode

Can ‘What If…?’ Ever Be More Than a Cartoon? Episode 7 Suggests So

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Marvel Studios doesn’t want their cartoon to suffer the same fate as Star Wars: The Clone Wars. They demand the eyes of every fan.

Mia Wasikowska in Bergman Island

TIFF 2021: ‘Bergman Island’ is a Stunner Worthy of its Namesake

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Mia Hansen-Løve delivers an astonishing and personal film about the process of creating an astonishing and personal film.

Denis Villeneuve Directing Style

A Crash Course on the Directorial Evolution of Denis Villeneuve

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How did Denis Villeneuve get to ‘Dune’? Here’s a quick introduction to how the French-Canadian director found his creative voice.

Blue Bayou Justin Chon

Justin Chon Explains the Blood Memory Coursing Through ‘Blue Bayou’

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We chat with the director about his new film and how he hopes to change the hearts and minds of those watching.

Aaron Kwok in Throw Down

Johnnie To Finds Beauty, Friendship, and Judo in Our Pick of the Week

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Plus 11 more new releases to watch at home this week on 4K, Blu-ray, and DVD!

Hamish Linklater in Midnight Mass

Mike Flanagan’s ‘Midnight Mass’ is Dense and Dazzling

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In Netflix’s island-set limited series, exhausting religious elements are countered by great performances and inspired horror.