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Asteroid City

‘Asteroid City’ Is A Hopeful Gaze Into Infinity (Cannes Review)


Wes Anderson’s latest is a gorgeous ‘50s-set Russian doll of a movie about the wonder and the terror of the “cosmic wilderness.”

Spider Man: Across The Spider-Verse Review

‘Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse’ Grabs The Superhero Movie Crown


Or it will when ‘Spider-Man: Beyond the Spider-Verse’ arrives next year.

John Wick Red

More Stuntmen Should Be Directing Action Movies


Lights, camera, roundhouse kick!

New On Netflix June 2023

What’s New to Stream on Netflix for June 2023


Action fans rejoice! Tyler Rake is back in ‘Extraction 2.’

Turning Red Congee

Congee and Bagels: The Food that Defined the 2023 Oscar Movies


Let Raccacoonie cook.

Ted Lasso Performances

6 Performances That Have Made ‘Ted Lasso’ Great


We’re Richmond till we die! We know we are, we’re sure we are, we’re Richmond till we die!

Drowning by Numbers

‘Drowning by Numbers’ Makes for a Perversely Entertaining Pick of the Week


Plus 14 more new releases to watch at home this week on UHD, Blu-ray, and DVD!

Cliffhanger Airplane Zipline Stunt

How They Shot the Plane Zip-Line Stunt in ‘Cliffhanger’


We’ve heard of tight flight connections but this is just ridiculous.

The Turin Horse

The Apocalyptic Cinema of Béla Tarr


Here’s a look at what makes Hungarian filmmaker Béla Tarr a name worth knowing for international cinephiles.

Sanctuary Review

‘Sanctuary’ Stars Margaret Qualley and Christopher Abbott at their Most Alluring


The ghost of ‘Vertigo’ lingers over director Zachary Wigon’s latest.

Platronic Review Apple Tv

‘Platonic’ is An Uproarious Comedy That Quietly Subverts Our Every Expectation


Seth Rogen and Rose Byrne star in the uproarious new Apple TV+ series, which comes from the director of ‘Neighbors’ and the co-creator of ‘Friends From College.’

Barry Lyndon Candlelight

A Beginner’s Guide to Low Light Cinematography


It’s lights out for some cinematographers. No. Literally.