David Fincher spoke with The Atlantic about his new Netflix film, Mank, and his theory of moviemaking after 30 years in Hollywood.
The Nest is a brilliantly cast thriller and one of the year’s best films.
The new Netflix film is a think-piece trap—shiny on the outside, hollow on the inside.
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Freaky is a slasher film crossed with a body-swap comedy—and the result is brilliance.
David Fincher’s new Netflix film, Mank, is about the tortured making of Citizen Kane. But it has plenty to say about the entertainment industry—and America—of 2020.
After four years, the comedian returned to host Saturday Night Live. In 16 minutes, he explained why a new president alone won’t fix the country.
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The bumbling provocateur who stormed the United States in 2006 has now become an unlikely voice of reason.
On the Rocks, starring Rashida Jones and Bill Murray, is a dose of much-needed escapism.
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Netflix’s The Trial of the Chicago 7 is a departure for the writer and director, who often indulges in misty-eyed idealism for American institutions.
The 40-Year-Old Version is a sparkling, witty film about creative frustration that deserves a big audience.
The latest delay of No Time to Die until 2021 is causing cinemas to panic, and even close their doors.
Amid extraordinary national uncertainty, the show’s season premiere offered up normalcy. It should have torn up the rule book.
The new documentary is an audacious and bittersweet attempt to confront mortality.
Brandon Cronenberg’s Possessor is a grisly film that asks perturbing questions about the world we already live in.
Miranda July discusses her new movie, Kajillionaire, a quirky ode to the relationships that can shape us—and alienate us from the rest of the world.
The first major documentary about the coronavirus pandemic is a brutal look at the earliest days of the outbreak in Wuhan, China.
The film’s disappointing release is further evidence that the pandemic is defeating blockbuster movies.