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EVEN when this synthetic musical medley hits the right emotional notes, it’s hard to shake the feeling that the filmmakers are relying on cinema’s version of Auto-Tune. In the third — and reportedly final — film in the Pitch Perfect franchise, the Bellas have gone their separate ways after winning the
It is a relief to report that writer and director Jake Kasdan’s instalment is a delightful, exciting and hilarious sequel. Set 20 years after the original, Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle sees a mismatched group of high-school students (Alex Wolff, Madison Iseman, Ser‘Darius Blaine and Morgan Turner) sucked into the titular
Daniel Day-Lewis’ fashion drama “Phantom Thread” has performed impressively in its platform release with a projected $616,000 at four locations in its first eight days. “Phantom Thread,” which opened Christmas Day, grossed $305,000 over the four-day Friday-Monday New Year’s holiday weekend with a per-screen of $76,259. Focus Features plans to add
We all know Aaron Sorkin can write. The one-man zeitgeist behind The West Wing, The Social Network, Moneyball, The Newsroom and more, his confrontational style blends skill, smartness and, particularly, showiness in a way that leaves no question about his talent. But can he direct? Having now watched his directorial
When The Greatest Showman first hit theaters a couple of weeks ago, it had some major competition at the box office. Star Wars: The Last Jedi was still dominating in its second week, and The Greatest Showman actually landed in fourth place, after Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle and Pitch
TA groaning death rattle for society, compassion, hope, justice, and maybe the uncompromising career of its maker, Happy End is far from the best Michael Haneke movie. But it just might be the most Michael Haneke movie—a kind of grueling greatest-hits collection from the reigning scold of European art cinema.
In case there was any doubt about how the New York Times feels about Steven Spielberg’s The Post – not to mention the Washington Post – here’s a look at today’s NYT culture section. Just in time for the Paper of Record’s vaunted readership to make its New Year’s Weekend film-going
Why do movies and sitcoms keep giving us stories about children who don't know who got their mothers pregnant? Do these crises represent a cultural fear of uncontrolled female sexuality? A lament for fathers who, even if physically present, never showed up emotionally? Or do they subconsciously express a nation's