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    Every Meryl Streep Movie Performance, RankedFrom Sophie’s Choice to Little Women, we take a closer look at the acting legend’s career.
  2. kids and tv
    10 Disney+ Movies Worth RevisitingDeep cuts from the newest streamer.
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    Every Charlize Theron Movie Performance, RankedWith Bombshell hitting theaters, we take a look back at Theron’s filmography.
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    Every Scarlett Johansson Movie Performance, RankedWith Marriage Story and Jojo Rabbit gaining awards buzz, we look back at Johansson’s best (and worst) work.
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    Every Martin Scorsese Movie, RankedAs The Irishman hits Netflix, we look back at the director’s highs and lows.
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    Every Tom Hanks Movie, RankedHe might only play a certain number of notes, but he always manages to make them sound unique.
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    Every Matt Damon Movie, RankedFor nearly three decades, moviegoers have been rooting for Matt Damon. We take a closer look at the actor’s career.
  8. the race to animate
    How Don Hertzfeldt Survives as an Indie AnimatorThe End of the World author talks watching his own back, turning down studio work, and whether or not we’re all doomed.
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    Every Woody Harrelson Movie Performance, RankedFrom Midway to White Men Can’t Jump.
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    Every Arnold Schwarzenegger Movie Performance, RankedWith a new Terminator movie in theaters, it’s time to take stock of the movie star’s unexpected career.
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    Every Edward Norton Movie Performance, RankedAssessing the actor’s broad résumé, from neo-Nazis to the Hulk.
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    Every Will Smith Movie, RankedHow does Gemini Man stack up against against the rest?
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    Every DC Comics Movie, RankedFrom the Christopher Reeve era to the new Joker, which films stand above the rest?
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    Every Rambo Movie, RankedHow does Rambo: Last Blood stack up in the franchise?
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    Every Stephen King Movie, Ranked From Worst to BestAs It Chapter Two hits theaters, we rank all of the horror master’s film adaptations.
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    Every Melissa McCarthy Movie Performance, RankedMcCarthy hasn’t always found material worthy of her talents, but she always tackles it with gusto.
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    The 25 Greatest Buddy-Cop Movies EverWhat is it about mismatched cops that we love so much?
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    Every Spider-Man Movie Villain, RankedPeter Parker has faced a lot of colorful baddies. Which was the best?
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    All 21 Pixar Movies, Ranked From Worst to BestFrom Toy Story to Cars 3.
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    All 12 X-Men Movies, RankedFeaturing Deadpool, Wolverine, Dark Phoenix, and so many blue people.
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    Every Keanu Reeves Movie Performance, RankedFrom Ted to Neo, and everything in between.
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    Every Tim Burton Movie, RankedTaking stock of the director’s career, from eccentric hits to big-budget misfires.
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    Every Oscar Best Picture Winner, Ranked91 years into the Academy Awards, which movies stand above the rest?
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    Every Steven Soderbergh Movie, Ranked From Worst to BestStudying Soderbergh, from Solaris to Schizopolis.
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    The 50 Best Sports Movies of All TimeBoxing epics, baseball weepies, golf comedies, and beyond.
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    Every M. Night Shyamalan Movie, RankedMaking sense of the director’s tricky career.
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    Every Will Ferrell Movie, Ranked From Worst to BestWhich movie best captures the Will Ferrell Experience?
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    Every Robert Zemeckis Movie, RankedFrom uncanny valleys to hoverboards.
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    The 20 Best Movies About American PresidentsWatch them after you vote.
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    Every Michael Moore Movie, RankedDocumenting the filmmaker’s best work.
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    Every Judd Apatow Movie, RankedFrom Year One to Bridesmaids.
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    Every Spike Lee Film, RankedWith the release of BlacKkKlansman, we revisit each of the director’s major works.
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    Every Denzel Washington Movie, RankedA look at the Oscar winner’s best (and worst) work through the decades.
  34. Every Al Pacino Performance, RankedWe ranked every Al Pacino performance, from Scarface to Scent of a Woman.
  35. Every Steven Spielberg Movie, RankedFrom Jaws to his latest, Ready Player One, see where each of the director’s major works falls.
  36. Every Jennifer Lawrence Performance, Ranked From Worst to BestWith Red Sparrow on its way to theaters, we rank all of Jennifer Lawrence’s big-screen performances, from Winter’s Bone to The Hunger Games.
  37. The 15 Best Olympics Movies, RankedFrom Personal Best to Blades of Glory.
  38. Every James Franco Performance, RankedFrom The Disaster Artist to Spring Breakers.
  39. Every Batman Movie, Ranked From Worst to BestA look at every Batflick that’s come our way over the last 50 years.
  40. Every Cate Blanchett Performance, RankedFrom Thor: Ragnarok to Paradise Road.
  41. Every Harrison Ford Movie, RankedAs Blade Runner 2049 hits theaters, we evaluate everything from American Graffiti to Indiana Jones.
  42. Every Emma Stone Movie, Ranked From Worst to BestFrom Superbad to Battle of the Sexes, she’s shown astonishing range in a decade onscreen.
  43. Every Samuel L. Jackson Performance, Ranked From Worst to BestIn honor of The Hitman’s Bodyguard, we rank every Samuel L. Jackson role, from Shaft to Snakes on a Plane.
  44. Leonardo DiCaprio Performances, Ranked From Worst to BestHe’s played troubled men and boyish romantic heroes with equal skill, worked opposite many of the living greats, and still hasn’t won his Oscar.
  45. Movies Starring Real-Life Couples, Ranked From Worst to BestFrom Bennifer to Eyes Wide Shut.
  46. Robert De Niro’s Comedic Roles, Ranked From Worst to BestLet’s pregame for The Intern by revisiting De Niro’s (mostly rough) roles in comedies.
  47. upfronts 2013
    The Persistent Cult of Arrested DevelopmentThe show was too weird and self-referential to really succeed on network TV, especially in 2003. But times have changed, and now so has television.
  48. sitcom smackdown
    Quarterfinals: Cheers vs. Arrested DevelopmentWill Leitch decides: booze or Bluths?
  49. q&a
    In Conversation: Spike LeeReturning to Brooklyn—a very different Brooklyn—with Red Hook Summer, the outspoken filmmaker talks with Will Leitch.
  50. tribeca film festival
    Will Leitch on Catching Hell, the Tribeca Doc About Reviled Cubs Fan Steve BartmanA sportswriter’s take on this portrait of the man who accidentally ruined the Cubs’ World Series dreams.
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