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Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Review

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

How does this Star Wars triology end? Not with a bang, but with a whimper

The Ballad of Buster Scruggs Review

The Ballad of Buster Scruggs

The six chapters of this wonderful western are all pure Coen—sometimes silly, sometimes touching, always darkly, strangely, almost inexplicably powerful.

A Star Is Born (2018) Review

A Star Is Born

Led by two stars giving best-of-year performances, A Star Is Born is familiar but exhilarating melodramatic filmmaking

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Used Cars Review

Used Cars

Robert Zemeckis' satire on American capitalism is as biting and uncomfortable as it is funny and entertaining.

I Wanna Hold Your Hand Review

I Wanna Hold Your Hand

Robert Zemeckis' debut film grates on you for a while, but eventually, it wears you down and earns its keep.

The Piano

The Piano

If you subscribe to the notion that the greatest movies transport you to a place you've never been and introduce you to people you've never known, The Piano is one of the greatest movies.

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Tony Scott Movies Ranked

Tony Scott Movies Ranked

Director Tony Scott made action movies, thrillers, love stories, and movies that defy classifcation altogether. Here are all 16 ranked from worst to best.

George Miller Movies Ranked

George Miller Movies Ranked

There's something in this filmography for everyone: Destroyed families, worlds on the brink of (or well past) collapse, adorable animals experiencing existential crises, a sexy devil, and much more.

Best Quotes from Quentin Tarantino Movies

Best Quotes from Quentin Tarantino Movies

Very few people write dialogue as colorful and lively as Quentin Tarantino, and these lines from movies like Pulp Fiction and Inglourious Basterds prove it

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2020 Oscar Nominations Predictions

2020 Oscar Nominations Predictions

Expect big nomination totals for 1917, The Irishman, and Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (and hopefully a few Oscar surprises!)

FYC 2018: Magnolia Pictures

FYC 2018: Magnolia Pictures

RBG, and The China Hustle, and Divide and Conquer are among the films Magnolia Pictures will be campaigning for 2018 end-of-year awards and the 2019 Oscars.

FYC 2018: Documentaries

FYC 2018: Documentaries

Jane Fonda in Five Acts, Won't You Be My Neighbor?, and The Bleeding Edge are among the documentary films that will be considered for 2018 end-of-year awards and the 2019 Oscars.