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  1. roll clip!
    Tea With the Dames Clip: Maggie Smith Politely Puts Judi Dench in Her PlaceYour favorite British 80-something puts your other favorite British 80-something in her place.
  2. movie review
    Keira Knightley Brings Spirit to the Politely Sexy ColetteIn her collaboration with director Wash Westmoreland, Knightley plays a gifted French novelist whose husband publicly takes credit for her work.
  3. book excerpt
    The Deals Behind Steven Spielberg’s Biggest YearHow Michael Ovitz helped get Jurassic Park and Schindler’s List made.
  4. movies
    Suki Waterhouse Actually Shot Someone While Filming Assassination NationBut they’re probably fine!
  5. remakes
    Eddie Murphy to Star in Tim Story–Directed Film Inspired by Grumpy Old MenReady for more Eddie Murphy on the big screen?
  6. movies
    Is Captain Marvel’s Cat Hiding in the Film’s First Poster?A brief investigation.
  7. casting
    Henry Golding Will Be the Gift Under Your Tree in Last ChristmasCo-written by Emma Thompson!
  8. vulture lists
    Every Hal Ashby Movie, RankedA look back at the director’s best work.
  9. a star is born
    Beyoncé, Will Smith, Tom Cruise: Everyone Almost Cast in A Star Is BornA timeline is born.
  10. movies
    How Does Bel Canto Measure Up As an Opera Movie?Opera is the right vessel for the changing social dynamics Bel Canto seeks to portray. But at times, the film seems to hold it at a distance.
  11. movies
    Peter Dinklage Requested That His I Think We’re Alone Now Character Love Wine“I really wanted to NOT be not a drinker.”
  12. trailer mix
    Apostle Trailer Shows Dan Stevens Returning to the Dark SideFrom the director of The Raid.
  13. movie subscription wars
    This $30-a-Month Service Wants to Be the New MoviePassIs there room for both?
  14. movie review
    White Boy Rick Is Strangely UninvolvingYann Demange’s film never sells the extraordinariness of its extraordinary subject.
  15. movies
    Is This Teen Rom-Com Love Interest Really Worth Dating?We examine the best — and worst — teen love interests, from Jake Ryan to Peter Kavinsky.
  16. the industry
    Bryan Singer Has Also Decided to Make a ComebackA source said the studio behind the project believes that “none of the allegations seem to have merit.”
  17. tiff 2018
    The Winners, Losers, and Surprises of the Toronto Film FestivalFrom Handsomest Sociopath to Worst Wig.
  18. from the archives
    The Forgotten Film From The Dick Van Dyke Show’s Morey Amsterdam and Rose MarieA look back on the cameo-packed 1966 comedy Don’t Worry, We’ll Think of a Title.
  19. trailer mix
    The Mary Poppins Returns Trailer Is Supercalifragilistic–Emily Blunt–idociousPremiering December 19.
  20. toronto film festival 2018
    Green Book Cruises Through TIFF, Takes Home People’s Choice AwardBarry Jenkins’ If Beale Street Could Talk and Alfonso Cuarón’s Roma were named first and second runners-up, respectively.
  21. the art of the character
    The First Look at Joaquin Phoenix’s Joker Is Only About 50 Percent SeriousHere he is!
  22. tiff 2018
    If Beale Street Could Talk Is Romance on Top, Despair Beneath the SurfaceIn Barry Jenkins’s work, loss is a given. He lyricizes it and sometimes seems to wallow in it.
  23. the predator
    The Predator’s Biggest Flaw Is That It Thinks It’s a ComedyContrary to what the trailer and posters suggest, it’s a barrage of bad jokes.
  24. get to know an oscar movie
    Oscars: Can First Man Take a Giant Leap in the Awards Race?First Man has a chance to end the season as the year’s most-nominated film.
  25. chat room
    Aneesh Chaganty on Searching, John Cho, and the Asian-American Wave“I think everyone was like, ‘Yeah, that’s a cool idea to cast Asian-Americans, but like, why would we have to do that?’”
  26. movie review
    A Simple Favor Is a Breezy, Soapy NoirDespite its sunny Connecticut suburb setting, it’s a straight-ahead noir, in its chatty, perverse, popcorn-y original recipe.
  27. movies
    Nicolas Cage x Nicolas Cage + Cocaine and Battle Axes = MandyScientists have perfected the formula for peak Cage.
  28. if beale street could talk
    Jake Gyllenhaal, a Big Baldwin Fan, Helped Beale Street HappenGyllenhaal inadvertently helped the estate approve Jenkins’s adaptation.
  29. tiff 2018
    TIFF Review: Shane Black’s The Predator Is More Fun Than SkillfulIt throws enough at you to keep you distracted from seeing all the marks it’s not quite hitting.
  30. profile
    John C. Reilly Is Everybody’s Better HalfHe says he works best in duos, and he’s in three this fall: Stan & Ollie, Holmes and Watson, and The Sisters Brothers.
  31. chat room
    Claire Denis on High Life and Putting Juliette Binoche in a ‘F*ckbox’“In the original script, it’s called the ‘love machine.’ But everyone who saw it said, ‘Oh, love machine is so French.’ So, f*ckbox.”
  32. movie review
    The Children Act Is a Compelling Moral DramaIan McEwan’s adapted story is stagy and austere, taking place in gleaming flats and courtrooms, like a Nancy Meyers movie with more court wigs.
  33. quizzes
    Who Said It: Blake Lively in A Simple Favor or Blake Lively in Gossip Girl?Can you match the Blake Lively Secretive Blonde to her Slightly Concerning One-liner?
  34. movie review
    I Think We’re Alone Now Has an Intriguing Start, But a Bewilderingly Bad EndingPeter Dinklage deserves all the good will we can muster, but if he’s going to make movies like this, Game of Thrones can’t come soon enough.
  35. movies
    The Problem With ‘Reimagining’ Lizzie BordenIt’s been 126 years since someone took an ax — and we’re still obsessed with “fresh” takes on Lizzie Borden’s story.
  36. trailer mix
    Private Life Trailer: Paul Giamatti and Kathryn Hahn Are Trying to Get PregnantFrom the director of The Savages.
  37. a closer look
    This One Scene in Mandy Makes It the Best ‘Ban Men’ Film of 2018Director Panos Cosmatos is really pissed off at men.
  38. get to know an oscar movie
    Oscars: Roma Is Netflix’s Best Chance at Cracking the Best Picture RaceThe tech giant is going to get Alfonso Cuarón’s movie into as many Academy screening rooms as possible before it hits laptops and phones in December.
  39. little italy
    Love in the Time of Mozzarella: See Emma Roberts in a Clip From Little ItalySee it in select theaters and on demand September 21.
  40. in conversation
    Emma Thompson on Her New Films and the Lies Women Are Told“I don’t think,” says the star of the upcoming The Children Act and King Lear, “that I have ever enjoyed being alive as much as I do now.”
  41. movies
    Henry Cavill Is Either Very Okay or Very Not Okay About Maybe Not Being SupermanHe’s either celebrating or … we need to call someone.
  42. tiff 2018
    TIFF Review: The New Halloween Evokes the Genius and Dumbness of the OriginalDavid Gordon Green takes memorable images from Carpenter’s Halloween and turns them on their heads
  43. get to know an oscar movie
    Oscars: Can Beale Street Recapture Moonlight’s Magic?Barry Jenkins’s ode to black love filled Toronto audiences with tears.
  44. trailer
    See James Franco, Tim Blake Nelson in Coens’ Ballad of Buster Scruggs TrailerStream it November 16.
  45. superheroes
    Henry Cavill Reportedly Done As SupermanThe Hollywood Reporter says there was a falling-out.
  46. suspiria
    A Beginner’s Guide to Dario ArgentoWith Suspiria on the horizon, we’ve compiled a review of the Italian director’s work.
  47. movie review
    Kristen Stewart and Chloë Sevigny Can’t Save the Lizzie Borden Biopic LizzieCraig William Macneill’s biopic on 19th-century ax murderer Lizzie Borden fails to find the juiciest parts of a famously fascinating story.
  48. tiff 2018
    A Star Is Born Is One Hell of a Magic TrickI have zero doubts about the first half — it couldn’t be more charming.
  49. tiff 2018
    TIFF Review: Widows Is a Thoroughly Entertaining CaperMcQueen wouldn’t do a mere genre movie, of course.
  50. get to know an oscar movie
    Is Widows an Oscar Movie?Steve McQueen’s heist thriller wowed crowds at Toronto. But is it too cold for Oscar?
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