The Dardennes speak!

Attention to detail: Darren Hughes interviews the Dardenne brothers about observation and subtlety at work in their new film The Unknown Girl.

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Film Forum: mother! and the haters

You don't have to like Darren Aronofsky's mother!, of course. But don't condemn it without seeing it or considering its complexity. Narrow interpretations aren't good enough.

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Em-Bark on a new Wes Anderson adventure

Who let the dogs out? Looks like Wes Anderson did.

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Agent Cooper goes to pieces

David Lynch’s cult-classic revival is exactly as imaginative—and as discomforting—as it always needed to be.

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Not-So-Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood

Guest reviewer Daniel Melvill Jones reviews Macon Blair's directorial debut, the winner of this year‘s Sundance Grand Jury award.

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Spider-Man: Homecoming’s Biggest Surprise

In Part Two of my Spider-Man focus, I zoom in on Spider-Man: Homecoming. How does it measure up to other Spidey films?

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Why I keep getting stuck in Spider-Man’s web

Spider-Man has always been the most interesting and compelling superhero for me — the only one whose movies I always want to see. Why? I think I finally figured it out.

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Hawkins and Hawke paint a radiant romance

Resembling Jeff Nichols's Loving and Martin Provost's Séraphine, Maudie is a magnificent film about the triumph of love over hardship and poverty in the lives of outcasts.

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