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Where Have All the Sports Movies Gone?

The reasons ‘Space Jam: A New Legacy’ was made are also the reasons there are hardly any films about sports anymore

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‘A Glitch in the Matrix’ Asks: What If It’s All Just a Simulation?

Rodney Ascher’s latest documentary is a mind-bending exploration of the widespread belief that everything can be reduced to lines of computer code. But the director isn’t new to the ways humans try to find order amid life’s mysteries.

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‘Tenet’ Is Destined to Become a Cult Movie

With a failed release due to the pandemic, a muted critical reception, and a twisty narrative that demands multiple viewings, Christopher Nolan’s 2020 film has all of the elements that eventually lead to niche fandom

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Is Stephen King Better Built for TV or the Big Screen?

CBS All Access’s ‘The Stand’ makes an argument for the former, but the truth is: Both have struggled at times to adapt the prolific author

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The Feud at the Center of ‘Citizen Kane’ Is a Classic Hollywood Tale

It’s a story of director versus screenwriter, legend versus fact—and it’s the foundation of David Fincher’s latest film, ‘Mank’

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Why Does Blood Look So Strange in Old Horror Movies?

The liquid gushing from veins in movies like ‘Dawn of the Dead’ and ‘Suspiria’ hardly resembles the real stuff. The reason why might boil down to laundry.

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Is It Ever a Good Idea to Remake Hitchcock?

Netflix’s new take on ‘Rebecca’ is not the first film to be overshadowed by the original work of the Master of Suspense

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DC Might Not Have a Plan, but It Has Your Attention

DC Fandome over the weekend came at a time of upheaval, but stray new footage of properties like ‘The Batman,’ ‘Wonder Woman 1984,’ and Zach Snyder’s ‘Justice League’ was enough to give the company a win

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What Happens to ‘Tenet’ Next May Change Hollywood Forever

Christopher Nolan’s latest film has finally been indefinitely postponed. Now as Warner Bros. considers abandoning a universal release date, a paradigm shift could be on the horizon.

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Why Is It So Hard to Adapt ‘Brave New World’? 

Aldous Huxley’s groundbreaking work of science fiction has long puzzled Hollywood