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Has Hollywood forgotten #MeToo? ‘Sorry/Not Sorry’ examines Louis C.K.’s return

The documentary produced by the New York Times tracks Louis C.K.’s professional success since admitting to misconduct in 2017.

In a stunning turn, judge throws out case against Alec Baldwin

Baldwin and his family broke down in tears in the courtroom.

Remembering ‘Chinatown’ screenwriter Robert Towne

Towne, who died July 1, was nominated for an Oscar in 1974 for his screenplay for The Last Detail, and won the Academy Award in 1975 for his screenplay for Chinatown. Originally broadcast in 1988.

‘Sing Sing’ tenderly probes the joys – and limits – of art in prison

Colman Domingo leads a dynamic ensemble in a stirring dramatization of Sing Sing prison’s arts rehabilitation program.

Filming for the new ‘Superman’ movie has been happening in Cleveland

It’s not a bird or a plane — it’s the “Man of Steel.” Filming is underway in Cleveland for a new Superman movie to be released in the summer of 2025.

‘Fly Me to the Moon’ soft launches Scarlett Johansson and Channing Tatum

The cheeky new romantic dramedy Fly Me to the Moon stars Scarlett Johansson as a NASA publicist at the height of the space race. She must stage a top-secret fake version of the moon landing as backup, just in case the real attempt fails. No one else at…

The plot of ‘Longlegs’ may sound familiar but it stands on its own 2 terrifying feet

In the new Nicolas Cage horror film “Longlegs,” an FBI agent is assigned to an unsolved serial killer case that takes an unexpected turn, revealing evidence of the occult.

We recommend three great sports documentaries

Sports aren’t just games. They’re intertwined with epic stories about struggle, human behavior, historic greatness and grand emotions. In other words, sports make for great documentaries. And if you’re looking for some good ones, we’ve got recommendations: Winning Time: Reggie Miller vs. The New York Knicks, The Armstrong Lie, and Athlete A.

Before Hollywood handled sex with care, this lesbian neo-noir focused on authenticity

Before making The Matrix, the Wachowskis enlisted a sex educator to help with their 1996 thriller. Bound‘s place in the queer canon has been redefined, and is now part of the Criterion Collection.

‘Despicable Me 4’ serves up 90 minutes of bankable mayhem

Despicable Me 4 is the latest film in an animation franchise that made household names of reformed supervillain Gru (Steve Carrell) and his army of nattering Minions. The franchise has grossed billions of dollars, and the latest movie topped the weeken…

This ‘Quiet Place’ prequel is a little too mum on backstory

In the Quiet Place films, blind aliens attack, hunting anyone who makes a sound. But the details of the premise are fuzzy, and this prequel neglects to give a clearer picture of the global invasion.

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