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Film Review: Blade Runner 2049
Replicant hunter uncovers a conspiracy that could change the world in an ambitious, uncompromising sci-fi adventure.
Robert Mitchum retrospective anchors New York Film Fest's revivals slate
For films fans, one of the hidden secrets of the New York Film Festival is its series of revivals and retrospectives, opportunities to see recent restoration and conservation work from archives around the world.
Film Review: Tam Cam: The Untold Story
Fairytale adaptation from Vietnam mixes magic and martial arts in a lavish period adventure.
Film Review: Autumn, Autumn
Quiet, laser-sharp look at life in a remote Korean town, seen through three people.
New York Film Festival’s Convergence program sees the potential of virtual reality
Returning for its sixth edition, the Convergence section of the New York Film Festival spotlights alternate formats that point to the potential for movies in the future.
Film Review: Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down the White House
The FBI agent who helped break open the Watergate story is the center of a tepid dramatization from writer and director Peter Landesman.
Film Review: American Made
True story of how pilot Barry Seal made millions from the CIA, the Medellin cartel and the Contras gives Tom Cruise a knockout role.
Flying High: Doug Liman and Tom Cruise reunite for CIA caper film 'American Made'
Director Doug Liman didn't realize at first what the script for 'American Made' was about.
Film Review: Hong Kong Trilogy
Loosely structured look at kids, activists and senior citizens in Hong Kong from famed cinematographer Christopher Doyle.
Film Review: Extraordinary Ordinary People
Survey of National Heritage Fellowship winners shows the breadth of art and its practitioners in America.
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