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Jane Fonda and Robert Redford have great on-screen chemistry, as we’ve seen in two films, and can now look forward to in a third. In Neil Simon’s Barefoot in the Park they play newlyweds living in a five story walk-up. […]

My friend Nell Scovell has a terrific article in the New York Times about Hollywood’s poor record on women directors. While just about any male director with an indie at a festival is handed a superhero movie with a $100 […]

“Loving” stars Joel Edgerton and Ruth Negga as the real-life couple who challenged miscegenation laws all the way to the Supreme Court. Every family should see the outstanding documentary about the case, The Loving Story.

As some of the fanboys go nuts over the idea of a remake of “Ghostbusters” with an all-female lead cast, it’s a good time to take another look at the original they consider a classic. At Fando, Kevin B. Lee […]

“Million Dollar Duck,” a documentary about the wacky (quacky?) world of the annual duck stamp competition looks terrific. It will be available for streaming next month. Don’t confuse it with the Disney movie of the same name!

Director Roger Ross Williams says that his new documentary, “Life, Animated,” is “a very universal coming of age tale. It’s really about growing up.” But it is a very specific story as well. It follows Owen Suskind, a young man […]

Available today on Netflix: Winona Ryder stars in “Stranger Things,” a new series about a boy who disappears and what shows up in his place.

The Emmy nominations are in! There has never been a tougher year as television is at the top of the list of all of the performing arts in both comedy and drama — and diversity. It was a special pleasure […]

Martin Sheen stars in the upcoming Terrence Malick film, “The Vessel.”

Liana Liberato (“Trust”) stars in the lovely Dear Eleanor, set in the 1960’s. She plays a girl named Ellie who is caring for her siblings after the death of her mother. She and her best friend take a road trip […]

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