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Seth Rogen Finds Himself (Twice) In ‘An American Pickle’

In a new film streaming on HBO Max, Rogen plays both a Polish immigrant who wakes up 100 years after falling into a pickle barrel and the great-grandson into whose modern life he emerges.

Fear Of Death Is Contagious In The Psychological Thriller ‘She Dies Tomorrow’

This mordantly funny horror film opens on a young woman who awakens with a terrifying premonition of doom. She Dies Tomorrow feels surprisingly in tune with our present moment of unease.

New ‘Quar-Horror’ Films Show Staying At Home Is Scary Too

This year feels like a horror movie, and a select group of filmmakers have taken the pandemic as inspiration. “Quar-horror” ranges from homemade shorts on YouTube to a movie filmed entirely on Zoom.

Louis Gossett Jr. And Sergio Navarretta Find Connection In ‘The Cuban’

NPR’s Lulu Garcia-Navarro speaks to actor Louis Gossett, Jr. and director Sergio Navarretta about their movie, The Cuban, in which an Afghan refugee helps a Cuban musician with Alzheimer’s.

Actor Jordan Fisher Gets His Dance On In New Netflix Movie

NPR’s Leila Fadel speaks with Jordan Fisher about his role as a teen dance choreographer in the new Netflix movie, Work It.

Movie ‘She Dies Tomorrow’ Reviewed

Amy Seimetz’s new movie, She Dies Tomorrow, captures the mood of the moment with moody atmospherics, hallucinatory flashes of color, and unsettling editing and humor.

‘She Dies Tomorrow’ Is A Mood

Writer/director Amy Seimetz’s darkly, darkly comic meditation on the contagious nature of anxiety and paranoia plays with horror conventions while refusing to embrace the genre’s pulpy pleasures.

Showtime’s ‘The Go-Go’s’ Documentary Breaks The Seal

A new documentary chronicling the formation, rise and break-up of the iconic group hits all the familiar Behind the Music beats, but does so with a bracing, clear-eyed candor.

Funny Guy John Cleese Riffs On ‘Why There Is No Hope’ In His New Show

NPR’s David Greene talks to John Cleese, best known for being part of the Monty Python comedy troop, the TV series Fawlty Towers and the movie A Fish Called Wanda, about his virtual one-man show.

Beyonce’s Visual Ode, ‘Black Is King,’ Arrives

The project leapfrogged from last year’s Bey-curated soundtrack to The Lion King to now arriving on Disney’s new streaming service.

‘The Go-Go’s’ Documentary Offers A Look At The All-Female Band’s Journey To Stardom

NPR’s Ailsa Chang talks with guitarist Charlotte Caffey and drummer Gina Schock of The Go-Go’s about the new documentary that charts the band’s rise to global stardom.

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