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Restless in Montana: Actor Paul Dano makes impressive directing debut with 'Wildlife'
Acclaimed actor Paul Dano is discussing in characteristically thoughtful tones what he learned directing his first feature film, the accomplished adaptation of the 1990 Richard Ford novel, 'Wildlife.'
Film Review: After Everything
A fresh twist on an oft-told tale makes for a strong filmmaking debut.
Speaking Out: George Tillman, Jr.'s timely 'The Hate U Give' centers on a teenage witness to a police shooting
Sixteen-year-old Starr Carter has just arrived at a party in her impoverished neighborhood of Garden Heights feeling terrifically out of place.
Film Review: Summer '03
A 16-year-old girl messes up before growing up in a bit of a missed opportunity of a filmmaking debut
Film Review: Blaze
An unconventional reimagining of a country-music legend’s career from writer-director Ethan Hawke
Film Review: Cielo
A dreamy documentary about the sky, notable for its poetic images.
Film Review: Hot Summer Nights
A flashy coming-of-age story elevated by a few terrific performances.
Film Review: What Will People Say
A Westernized Pakistani teen is put through the ringer by her family in this well-crafted film that’s often difficult to watch.
Ship of Ghouls: Genndy Tartakovsky books a monster cruise for 'Hotel Transylvania 3'
'Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation' finds our tight-knit monster clan sailing on a mega cruise-liner.
Film Review: Uncle Drew
Silly, harmless, sentimental, familiar as a soft drink on a summer’s afternoon, this adaptation of a Pepsi web series is popcorn entertainment at its airiest.
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