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Curtains Up: It’s Our New Entertainment Newsletter!Subscriber Access Only
Introducing your new must-read cheat sheet.
Taking Care of BusynessSubscriber Access Only
It's about much more than managing your Google calendar.
The DropSubscriber Access Only
Heaven and hell, redemption and damnation, all in the seedy Brooklyn bar underworld.
BirdmanSubscriber Access Only
A tale told by an idiot, signifying everything.
Finding DorySubscriber Access Only
Everyone's favorite forgetful fish is back - in a quietly subversive tale.
Tokyo!Subscriber Access Only
Set in the Japanese city, this triptych of short films on the theme of loneliness and social withdrawal achieves some uneven success.
Peace, Love and MisunderstandingSubscriber Access Only
This love letter to present-day Woodstock preaches love and condemns fighting, but its platitudes render it predictable and one-sided.
Lazy Cultural EngagementSubscriber Access Only
Can we stop proof-texting culture?
Rachel Getting MarriedSubscriber Access Only
Oh My GodSubscriber Access Only
Stylish but shallow film attempts but fails to deal with the age-old question: What is God?
The White RibbonSubscriber Access Only
Michael Haneke's latest film is a deeply unsettling but purposely obscuring look at the cruelty embedded within the human heart.
Get LowSubscriber Access Only
Robert Duvall is terrific in this Flannery O'Connor-esque Southern folk tale, playing an eccentric hermit who wants to hold his own funeral—'before' he dies.
HappythankyoumorepleaseSubscriber Access Only
A sweet comedy about twentysomethings learning that real relationships take commitment.
The Place Beyond the PinesSubscriber Access Only
The Place Beyond the Pines and Trance are two films that grapple with difficult moral dilemmas, but aren't quite up to the task.
Clouds of Sils MariaSubscriber Access Only
A veteran actress plays a veteran actress who's uncomfortably moving into a new world.
Slow WestSubscriber Access Only
There is more to life than survival.
99 HomesSubscriber Access Only
America's master of social realism tells another gripping story, this one set during the 2010 housing crisis.
Just Try Something: A Dispatch from the New York Film FestivalSubscriber Access Only
When it comes to movies, it might be better to try and fail than to play it too safe.
Watching 'Chi-Raq' During AdventSubscriber Access Only
Spike Lee's latest joint is here to teach us what lament really looks like.
The Risky Moral Gambit of 'The Big Short'Subscriber Access Only
It pays off.
Praying for Hong Kong Is Politically Disruptive—Even in America
Praying for Hong Kong Can Be Politically Disruptive—Even in America
Why Chinese diaspora churches remain silent while Christians in Hong Kong take to the streets.
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