Tag: Movies

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What’s on TV Saturday: ‘Call Me By Your Name’ and ‘Flavors of Youth’

Luca Guadagnino’s coming-of-age fable airs on Starz. And an anime film on Netflix tells three tales. What’s on...

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Gender Letter: Hollywood Is as White, Straight and Male as Ever

Gender Letter is a weekly take on news and culture. Tell me what you think at dearmaya@nytimes.com. Psst,...

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Follow the Money (Then Take a Picture)

In 1983, Ms. Greenfield matriculated at Harvard, where her parents had studied, and where she encountered both Mr....

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Anatomy of a Scene: From ‘Mission: Impossible’ to ‘Godzilla’: Plane Jumps in the Movies

Advertisement anatomy of a scene Tom Cruise, professional sky divers, even muscle cars: All have leapt from planes...

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Learning Lines. And Crossing Them.

“I want to deepen the work,” Evangeline says. Evangeline (Molly Parker) is a theater director and Josephine Decker’s...

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Streaming: Two Netflix Original Dads, Incarnated by TV Favorites

There is no small amusement value in the comic hook Ms. Rogen works for all its worth in...

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art review: In His Films, Brancusi Takes Flight

Advertisement art review Sculptures by the Romanian master artist are on display at a ‘focused presentation’ at the...

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What’s on TV Friday: ‘Quantico’ and Lollapalooza

“Quantico” shows its series finale. And Post Malone and Tyler, the Creator perform live from Lollapalooza. What’s on...

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Review: In ‘Christopher Robin,’ the Hundred Acre Wood Grows Up

“Christopher Robin” answers a question that has weighed on the minds of all children and former children who...

What’s on TV Monday: ‘In a World …’ and ‘The Workers Cup’

“In a World …” imagines an industry with more female voice actors. And “The Workers Cup” centers on...