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Paul Greengrass revisits terrorism in 22 July
Coogler to return as writer-director of ‘Black Panther 2’
Bad Times at the El Royale is a suspenseful dive down a rabbit hole
How Neil Armstrong kicked off my writing career
The Hate U Give shines light on African-American experience
Free Solo is an exhilarating tale of an extraordinary feat
Ryan Gosling’s First Man is a space hero with soul
How Tilda Swinton was transformed into an 82-year-old man
Movie poster from Karloff’s ‘The Mummy’ could fetch $1.5 million (U.S.)
Studio 54 doc is a clear-eyed view of a notorious nightclub
Verne Troyer’s death was suicide via alcohol, says coroner
Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper sing each other’s praises
Movies, TV normalize sexual assault
Not even Tom Hardy has the antidote for Venom
Let the Corpes Tan a wild visual ride
Robert Redford’s last film? Don’t bet on it, but see it anyway
There’s more to The Sisters Brothers than bromantic bonding
M.I.A. documentary a conflicted and compelling portrait of its subject
A movie star is born — and also a director — with A Star is Born
Director hopes First Man makes moon trip fresh
Kevin Hart and Tiffany Haddish mostly fail at Night School
ANTHROPOCENE shows fierce beauty of rapidly collapsing Earth
Hold the Dark a brooding and unnerving tale set in the Far North
Colette is a cat’s-eye view of a complicated couple
In Smallfoot, a Yeti’s journey makes it to mediocrity
Where have all the UFOs gone? Blame the movies
Spike Lee talks race and politics at Montreal International Black Film Festival
Talkin’ about My Generation (again) is familiar but fun film fodder
PG proves profitable for horror’s Eli Roth, director of The House With a Clock in Its Walls
Mystery around disappearance of Chinese star Fan Bingbing
Joaquin Phoenix’s Joker revealed in director Todd Phillips’s Instagram post
Michael Moore envies Canada — for its chocolate bars
Fahrenheit 11/9 lets Trump-era ‘WTF?’ give way to hope
Close displays subtlety and steely strength as The Wife
Life Itself’s banal philosophy make it a profound failure
Assassination Nation is bloody, funny and thought-provoking
The House With a Clock in Its Walls is not exactly time well spent
Love, Gilda is named after what star wanted most
True Detective director Fukunaga signs on to next James Bond film
Kendrick and Feig like their comedy with a twist
Soon-Yi Previn defends Woody Allen and ‘can’t come up with a pleasant memory’ of childhood with Mia Farrow
Malek’s Freddie will rock you
The Predator is back for action, as ugly as ever
A Simple Favor lets Anna Kendrick, Blake Lively put their stamp on camp
White Boy Rick weaves a dark, tragic tale of misspent youth
Mandy is a visually intriguing revenge tale that feels overblown
Warner Bros. reportedly parting ways with present Man of Steel Henry Cavill
Alfonso Cuaron’s Roma, now at TIFF, wins top prize at Venice film festival
Oscars drop ‘best popular film’ category idea — for this year
Peppermint movie offers semi-sweet revenge that follows the recipe
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