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Shyamalan's latest film stars Bruce Willis, Samuel L. Jackson and James McAvoy in an eccentric, perilously self-indulgent sequel that braids together two previous movies: Unbreakable... [Read More]
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Jacques Rivette's 1966 film, "La Religieuse (The Nun)," might be one of the greatest prison movies ever made and certainly one of the most controversial.... [Read More]
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Every so often in "If Beale Street Could Talk," Barry Jenkins' sobering yet intoxicating adaptation of James Baldwin's 1974 novel, two young lovers named Tish... [Read More]
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Jacques Rivette's 1966 film, "La Religieuse (The Nun)," might be one of the greatest prison movies ever made and certainly one of the most controversial.... [Read More]
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Midway through "Glass," the latest happening in the M. Night Shyamalan Cinematic Universe, a Philadelphia psychiatrist named Dr. Ellie Staple (Sarah Paulson) tries to convince... [Read More]
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Midway through "Glass," the latest happening in the M. Night Shyamalan Cinematic Universe, a Philadelphia psychiatrist named Dr. Ellie Staple (Sarah Paulson) tries to convince... [Read More]
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Would the Academy Awards make smarter choices if film critics were given a ballot? In my entirely biased opinion, yes, they would — though I... [Read More]
Movie recommendations from critics Justin Chang and Kenneth Turan. [Read More]
The title of The Sisters Brothers is both tongue-in-cheek and matter-of-fact. It's about two brothers with the last name Sisters: Eli Sisters and Charlie Sisters.... [Read More]
Much of the action in "The Sisters Brothers," a funny, stirring, brutal story about four men searching for gold and deliverance in the Old West,... [Read More]
The history of the arts, among other zones of human accomplishment, is full of mediocre men who have taken credit for the accomplishments of extraordinary... [Read More]
It's a marvel to behold the 50 extra minutes of footage included with the new Criterion Collection release of Terrence Malick's "The Tree of Life"... [Read More]
Eli Roth makes a family movie, and it's not half-bad thanks to Cate Blanchett, Jack Black and inventive production design that bring John Bellairs' charming... [Read More]
The best films of the 2018 Toronto International Film Festival, according to Times critics Justin Chang and Glenn Whipp. [Read More]
Los Angeles Times film critic Justin Chang reports on the ground from the 2018 Toronto International Film Festival on the scene, the buzz and most... [Read More]
Justin Chang looks at the Venice Film Festival's growing impact on all fall film festivals such as Toronto after "Roma's" strong showing. [Read More]
Justin Chang looks at "Roma" and other recent films like "Shape of Water" that have made a big impact on awards season after first premiering... [Read More]
The 2018 Toronto International Film Festival is underway (Sept. 6-16), and Los Angeles Times critic Justin Chang is there on the ground, seeing as many... [Read More]
and nuanced - legal drama features Emma Thompson as a family court judge trying to determine whether a minor can be forced to undergo a... [Read More]
Early on in "The Children Act," a distinguished British judge named Fiona Maye (Emma Thompson) learns that her husband, Jack (Stanley Tucci), is planning to... [Read More]
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