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A remake of his own doc, Dan Krauss' "The Kill Team" is a thriller about the moral compromises that led U.S. Soldiers to kill civilians. [Read More]
No matter the subject, the New York Times Op-Docs told stories of love and empowerment. [Read More]
Ted Sarandos spoke at Vanity Fair's New Establishment Summit, making the case for why Netflix will beat its rivals in the streaming wars. [Read More]
Jonathan Glazer is ending this decade with one of its best movies and starting the next decade with a brand new feature film. [Read More]
This weekend: "Jesus Is King," Bruce Springsteen's "Western Stars," "Countdown," "Black and Blue," and "The Current War: Director's Cut." [Read More]
French-Malian filmmaker Ladj Ly's insurgent drama will be released on January 10, 2020. [Read More]
Tara Wood's new documentary examines Tarantino's first eight films, including a bevy of talking heads. [Read More]
For creator Damon Lindelof, the idea came to him after he read Ta-Nehisi Coates' "The Case for Reparations." [Read More]
Neon tops the IDAs with four nominees, while the "Courage Under Fire" award goes to "For Sama" director Waad Al-Kateab. [Read More]
"There is a new tourist attraction in the Bronx and it sucks," Desus says in a video takedown of the now-iconic "Joker" shooting location. [Read More]
Ang Lee's latest high frame rate experiment "Gemini Man" is one of the biggest bombs of the fall movie season. [Read More]
Inspired by Martin Scorsese, Quentin Tarantino, and Terrence Malick, he said his directorial debut is a natural extension of his music. [Read More]
An ideal variety series for TV in its current form, "Cake" is showing how to make a hypnotic series that, by design, isn't for everyone. [Read More]
Late night's longest-running gag reaches a decade and a half, but this time Rudd's "Mac and Me" prank came with a twist. [Read More]
It's official: the two equally matched actors from "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" won't compete against each other for Oscars. [Read More]
Linda Hamilton is more of a badass than ever, but this painfully generic action movie proves that the "Terminator" franchise is obsolete. [Read More]
"Tokyo Vice" is based on Jake Adelstein's 2009 memoir, "Tokyo Vice: An American Reporter on the Police Beat in Japan." [Read More]
The Cannes winner about a severed hand won the Grand Prize' "Weathering With You" and "The Swallows of Kabul" shared the Audience Award. [Read More]
The actor asks why a movie like "12 Years a Slave" can get away with using the racial slur but not "Django Unchained." [Read More]
"It's very rare that these kinds of big entertainment films look at more serious, real-life issues," Portman tells Variety. [Read More]