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She won an Oscar for “Written on the Wind” but found her greatest fame on the small screen.
The supporting actor had a breakout year with turns in “Call Me by Your Name,” “The Shape of Water” and “The Post.” Will the academy remember?
In these off-season for new releases, why not explore the shadowy corners of your streaming services?
There are few hard feelings in Bethany Ashton Wolf’s adaptation of a novel by Heidi McLaughlin.
Our guide to film series and special screenings.
Movies misuse music all the time. The Taraji P. Henson vehicle “Proud Mary” misuses it hilariously.
The Museum of Modern Art is screening digital restorations of the format that paved the way for wide-screen films.
A prequel to the Angelina Jolie films features Walton Goggins as the villain.
He won Oscars for his art direction of “Dr. Zhivago” and “Oliver!” and was production designer of films ranging from “Basic Instinct” to “Spaceballs.”
“I fraternally salute all women victims of odious acts,” the French actress said, while adding that she stood by her previous statement.
An officer is obsessed with the leader of a group of Marines turned bank robbers in this action flick that is set in Los Angeles.
The “Shape of Water” actor Richard Jenkins says that over his decades-long career he has had to constantly battle this fear.
Chris Hemsworth stars in this action movie about a Special Forces team on a dangerous mission in Afghanistan right after Sept. 11.
Italy’s official Oscar entry is a sign that the old neorealist tradition is still alive.
Jump scares and monsters: Those are the hallmarks of seminal horror, and the label should be a badge of honor, not something to shun at awards time.
Diplomats travel from one trouble spot to the next in “The Final Year,” a look at the waning days of the Obama administration.
The documentary looks at the mass killings of kangaroos for pet-food companies, leather processors and ranchers in Australia.
The second film from the Russian director Andrey Zvyagintsev finally gets a New York run.
A charming children’s entertainment with hints of Miyazaki and “Harry Potter.”
The documentary presents a highlight reel of crucial events from the South African singer and activist’s life.