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Errol Morris is giving us a lot of tantalizing ideas to chew on.
There’s no smoking gun yet, but this story is plenty unnerving.
Did the CIA kill Frank Olson? Errol Morris aims to find out the truth.
It’s Amy Farrah Fowler’s birthday, and she’ll hurl if she wants to.
Despite some bumps, Mr. Robot’s third season has been a creative resurgence.
Benvenuto to RHONJ’s long-awaited Milan episode!
The Black Hood mystery is far from over.
Worth it for Gillian Anderson’s wig alone.by
Christian Bale and Rosamund Pike star in this slog, which still doesn’t do right by its native characters.by
It feels like the first time the Force has extended to the director.by
The black comedy, at times too broad, has standout performances from Allison Janney and Margot Robbie.by
We’re not so much watching Woodcock the rarefied designer as Day-Lewis the rarefied actor.by
Spielberg’s latest has the good fortune of coming out at a time when we’re primed for more stories of women taking the difficult path.by
In Kaurismaki’s work, it’s as if the masks of comedy and tragedy don’t — as usual — face away from each other, but stare each other in the face.by
It feels like the first time the Force has extended to the director.by David Edelstein
Like every Errol Morris project, Wormwood is obsessed with seeking the truth.by Jen Chaney
The Beautiful and Damned mostly just careens through long nights and regrets it in the heavy mornings after.by Craig Jenkins
“Oh my gosh, Dad Vader!”
“I’m hungry for justice.”
He’s had the song on tap for three (!) years.
“We are not outraged because someone grabbed our asses in a picture. We are outraged because we were made to feel this was normal.”
“I’m sure you guys have not been immune to those tough times.”
The film’s director is now apologizing to Sorvino for how he handled it.
His apology email includes a cinnamon roll recipe.
Slurp slurp slurp.
One scene in particular plays very differently after the actress’s passing.
Bureaucracy calls, even in a galaxy far, far away.
The entertainment industry’s Commission on Sexual Harassment and Advancing Equality in the Workplace will be led by Anita Hill.
Nelly plans to take legal action against his accuser in an effort to restore his reputation.
The fallout came after the documentary filmmaker wrote a lengthy letter on social media detailing his personal history with sexual misconduct.
Oscar-nominated Bridge of Spies scribe Matt Charman is writing the eight-episode miniseries.
And the former Secretary of State approves of his decision.