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Autumn de Wilde’s engaging adaptation of Austen’s “Emma” honors love’s dizzying permutations, joining the ranks of memorable romantic movies.
Standout acting in 2019 appeared in a range of films – “Luce,” “Diane,” “The Irishman” – not all of which are contenders in Sunday’s awards show.
Canadian biologist Anne Innis Dagg is the fascinating subject of a documentary that traces her relationship with the animal she first met at age 3.
Despite highly acclaimed performances by women and people of color, the 92nd Academy Awards will celebrate films by and about white men.
Dogs compete during the traditional Sedivackuv Long dog sled race in the Czech Republic on Jan. 23, 2020.
Filmmakers explore the music they grew up on in “Fiddlin’, ” an entertaining, if narrow, documentary on the music of Appalachia.
“A Hidden Life” explores how one man refused to take an oath to Hitler. How does the film compare to other faith-themed movies?
“Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker” brings to a close the nine-film Star Wars saga. What values do these films promote?
Some 150 years after the publication of “Little Women,” the latest film version offers more about how young women go after their dreams.
The film “Richard Jewell” suggests a real reporter slept with a source, continuing a clichéd view of women journalists in Hollywood.
Critic Peter Rainer’s year-end list includes the documentary “Honeyland,” but also “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood,” “Booksmart,” and “Parasite.”
Director Rian Johnson infuses his modern whodunit with zippy dialogue, social commentary, and a star-studded cast.
“A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood,” inspired by an Esquire article, is about the beneficence bestowed by Fred Rogers upon all in his orbit.
“Harriet,” the new biopic movie about Harriet Tubman, showcases her heroism and elevates the resilience and faith of women who were enslaved.
“The Irishman,” from director Martin Scorsese, is a sentimental, 3 1/2-hour gangster epic starring Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, and Joe Pesci.
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