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Dark and Riveting, Netflix's 'The Keepers' Transcends True Crime

Dark and Riveting, Netflix's 'The Keepers' Transcends True Crime

By Jason St. Amand |
Netflix's new docuseries "The Keepers" transcends true crime and isn't simply the next "Making a Murderer."

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'Mamma Mia!' Film Sequel Gets July 2018 Release Date

'Mamma Mia!' Film Sequel Gets July 2018 Release Date

May 22
Mamma Mia, here we go again! A sequel to the ABBA-packed film musical "Mamma Mia!" will hit theaters on July 20, 2018.

French AIDS Drama Earns Best Reviews Yet at Cannes Film Fest

French AIDS Drama Earns Best Reviews Yet at Cannes Film Fest

By Jake Coyle | May 21
"120 Beats Per Minute," a French AIDS drama with a full heart and a pounding rhythm, debuted at the Cannes Film Festival on Saturday and quickly joined the shortlist of favorites for the festival's coveted Palme d'Or prize.

'Alien: Covenant' Edges 'Guardians' at Weekend Box Office

'Alien: Covenant' Edges 'Guardians' at Weekend Box Office

By Sandy Cohen | May 21
"Alien: Covenant" edged out "Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 2" in the weekend box-office space battle.

Kristen Stewart Dives into Grief in Cannes Directorial Debut

Kristen Stewart Dives into Grief in Cannes Directorial Debut

By Jake Coyle | May 21
Kristen Stewart's directing ambitions go all the way back to when she was an 11-year-old performing in the 2002 David Fincher thriller "Panic Room."

Out There :: A City-Dweller's Manifesto

Out There :: A City-Dweller's Manifesto

By Roberto Friedman | May 21
"Citizen Jane: Battle for the City," a documentary directed by Matt Tyrnauer now in theaters, is a good primer on the life of urban activist Jane Jacobs, author of "The Death and Life of American Cities" (1961).

Adam Sandler Earns Raves at Cannes Film Fest (Yes, Really)

Adam Sandler Earns Raves at Cannes Film Fest (Yes, Really)

By Jake Coyle | May 21
Adam Sandler is far from a Cannes Film Festival regular, but the American comedian was the toast of the event Sunday, earning some of the best reviews of his career for Noah Baumbach's "The Meyerowitz Stories."

Summer at the Movies

Summer at the Movies

By David Lamble | May 21
It's great to report that summers are no longer a dead zone at the movies for adults.

Q&A: Todd Haynes on Making Complex Cinema for Kids

Q&A: Todd Haynes on Making Complex Cinema for Kids

By Jake Coyle | May 20
For many younger moviegoers, "Wonderstruck" will be their first Todd Haynes film.

 Review :: Brain Damage

Review :: Brain Damage

By Ken Tasho | May 20
Arrow Video's latest 1980s horror Blu-ray release is their best and most complete thus far.

Inarritu Debuts Groundbreaking VR Exhibit at Cannes

Inarritu Debuts Groundbreaking VR Exhibit at Cannes

By Jake Coyle | May 20
Alejandro Inarritu's "Carne y Arena" (Virtually present, Physically invisible)," a visual art installation debuting this week at the Cannes Film Festival. It's the festival's first virtual reality film to be an official entry.

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