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Noël Wells in "Mr. Roosevelt"

AFI Fest 2017: ‘Mr. Roosevelt’ Is a Charming Festival Standout

'Mr. Roosevelt' is remarkably limber as it dances through moments of inspired physical comedy, trenchant social commentary, and poignant longing.

10 Years Later: ‘No Country for Old Men’ is the Coens at Their Darkest...

'No Country for Old Men' is an experience that won’t easily be forgotten.
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend season 3

Rebecca Becomes the Villain in ‘Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’ Season 3

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend is one of the most fiercely original shows currently on television as it enters its third season.

‘Happy Death Day’ Is A Fun But Slight ‘Groundhog Day’ Update

Happy Death Day is more fun than it has any right to be. Its scares may not be enough for horror fans, but its charm and sense of humor more than makes up for it.

Spielberg’s ‘Close Encounters’ Is Ripe For Rediscovery

'Close Encounters of the Third Kind' is ready to be discovered by a new generation of filmgoers.

The Dark Depths Of Budding Sexuality In ‘Beach Rats’

'Beach Rats' is a complicated film, full of as many ugly moments of human frailty as images of pure beauty.

50 Years Later: ‘Point Blank’ Is Still The Epitome Of Cool

'Point Blank' is so forward-looking, so fun, and so damn cool, that it’s easy to forget how long it has been around.

‘Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me’ Set The Stage For The Series’ Rebirth

Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me (1992) has always been the wayward stepchild of both the Twin Peaks series and David Lynch’s filmography. It’s...

40 Years Later: ‘Sorcerer’ Still Casts a Spell

'Sorcerer' is a movie that’s still waiting to get its due, and a work of suspense that has rarely been equaled.

30 Years Later: ‘Full Metal Jacket’ – Stanley Kubrick’s Misunderstood Masterpiece

30 years after its release, Full Metal Jacket’s position as an essential Vietnam film seems more assured than ever.