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Your Name. was the most popular film in the world for the first two months of 2017. Now, the deeply resonant body-switching anime comes to... [Read More]
Two documentaries out now flex a bit of moviemaking technique: All This Panic, about young women exploring what life has to offer, and God Knows... [Read More]
The Internet Movie Database (IMDb) has adopted the F-rating, a classification system designed to champion women in film. The new rating was created three years... [Read More]
NPR movie critic Bob Mondello reviews Disney's live-action version of Beauty and The Beast. Is it still a tale as old as time, a song... [Read More]
Hollywood isn't a big town; everyone knows what everyone else is doing. Still, rival studios often face off, refusing to blink, in movie showdowns that... [Read More]
In Kong: Skull Island, Hollywood's favorite giant ape returns to theaters, this time befriending Brie Larson and annoying John Goodman. [Read More]
Order in the court — but maybe not in movie theaters. With all the talk lately about politics and the judiciary — fights over... [Read More]
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NPR movie critic Bob Mondello reviews John Wick: Chapter 2, an action — repeat "action" — thriller starring Keanu Reeves. [Read More]
The new documentary-style film, Wheeler, explores the life of a country music singer you may not have heard of — for a reason. [Read More]
A review of The Salesman, an Iranian film about a couple whose home life becomes unsettled while they're starring together in a production of Death... [Read More]
Academy Awards nominations were announced Tuesday with the musical, La La Land, receiving 14 nominations, tying a record. [Read More]
Most musicals that close after 16 performances barely prompt memories, let alone documentaries. But Merrily We Roll Along rolled along so bizarrely, it became the... [Read More]
Hollywood is in the process of closing out a record-breaking, $11.2 billion year. The big draws were talking animals — including a fish called Dory... [Read More]
Hidden Figures is a true story about the African-American women of America's space program, and Fences is based on a play by August Wilson. [Read More]
British director Ken Loach is both an award-winning filmmaker and a social activist. His latest film combines those passions. [Read More]
British director Ken Loach is both an award-winning filmmaker and a social activist. His latest film combines those impulses... [Read More]
A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away — a slightly longer time ago, actually, than usual — there's a little girl named... [Read More]
Denmark's Oscar nominee for Best Foreign Language film is Land of Mine, a movie about German boys disarming landmines left behind after World War II. [Read More]
NPR movie critic Bob Mondello has a double-feature review of two films about women who find themselves in drastically altered circumstances in midlife: Things To... [Read More]