Movies

Critics are calling Harry Macqueen's LGBTQ romantic drama, which follows two men facing imminent tragedy, an early awards season contender.
The director of 2019's "The Farewell" has called for greater representation behind the camera, especially in filming the story of the celebrated pianist's life.
Marvel's "Eternals" and "Shang-Chi," as well as blockbusters like "West Side Story" and “Death on the Nile,” are also being postponed.
Most Netflix movies are mediocre; these aren't.
The "Fast and the Furious" has more car troubles than we thought.
"The Devil All The Time" debuts high, but couldn't beat out "The Smurfs 2."
July's whimsical new movie follows three Los Angeles grifters played by Evan Rachel Wood, Debra Winger and Richard Jenkins.
The film, based on his book, dominated the 1995 Academy Awards, winning six Oscars including best picture, best director and best actor.
Frances McDormand, Regina King, David Byrne and a bunch of truffle-hunting dogs were the stars of 2020's virtual event.