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The Fabelmans Is a Gift From One of Cinema’s Great Masters

Steven Spielberg’s slightly fictionalized coming-of-age story makes his presence behind the camera known. Onscreen, the actors nail perceptive performances.

In The Fabelmans, Steven Spielberg makes his presence behind the camera known. Onscreen, the actors nail perceptive performances.

The Menu Is Well Plated But Not Delicious

Not even Ralph Fiennes, Anya Taylor-Joy, and Nicholas Hoult can make the flavors in Mark Mylod’s latest film work together.

Not even Ralph Fiennes, Anya Taylor-Joy, and Nicholas Hoult can make the flavors in Mark Mylod’s The Menu work together.

Aftersun Plays Like a Memory So Personal, It Feels Like Your Own

Starring Frankie Corio and Paul Mescal, Charlotte Wells’ feature debut is an emotional high-wire act, masterfully conducted with artistic vision and grounded in human nuance.

Aftersun, Charlotte Wells’ feature debut is an emotional high-wire act masterfully conducted with artistic vision and grounded in human nuance.

Double Exposure Film Festival Trains Its Eye On Russia

The investigative film festival shared a wide array of films showcasing the real-world effects of overlapping geopolitical crises.

Double Exposure Film Festival shared am array of films showcasing the real-world effects of overlapping geopolitical crises.

Ticket to Paradise Is the Spirit Airlines of Rom-coms

Not even Julia Roberts and George Clooney can save Ol Parker’s latest, bound for cable film that’s coasting on autopilot.

Not even Julia Roberts and George Clooney can save Ol Parker’s Ticket to Paradise, a bound for cable film that’s coasting on autopilot.

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