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What’s New on Netflix: March 2018
a documentary about the Flint water crisis, and much more.
Why Duncan Jones’s
Represents a Crossroads for Netflix
Both Jones and the streaming service could use a home-run film right now.
The Moon ‘They’ Don’t Want You to Know About, by Matthew David Brozik
If you’ve ever looked up into the night sky and gotten the feeling that you weren’t seeing everything… If you’ve stood on a beach and […]
the sincerest form of flattery
and the Art of the Homage
With two very Scorsese-like movies in theaters (including one by Scorsese himself), Vulture looks at the pros and cons of imitation.
‘Mr. Show’ Was Right: America Once Planned to Blow Up the Moon
Earlier this week, The Daily Mail unearthed a secret government plan from the 1950s that involved using a nuclear bomb to detonate the moon in […]
last night on late night
Late Night: Buzz Aldrin, China, and the Moon
Plus Jimmy Fallon as Kate Gosselin, on our regular late-night roundup.
Wins Best Film at British Independent Film Awards
Duncan Jones should probably start working on his Oscar speech now
Adam K. Raymond
10 Greatest Multiple-Role Performances
Inspired by Sam Rockwell in ‘Moon,’ we count down the best performances by actors playing opposite themselves.
’s Sam Rockwell on Being His Own Co-Star
“It was weird — a big festival of narcissism for me.”
Trailer: Sam Rockwell Does Kubrick, Stimpy
Sam Rockwell plays a lunar-based spaceman who suffers a freak accident and mental breakdown in the final days of his three-year assignment. This looks awesome.