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The cast and director of “The Godfather” got together to talk about the making of the film in honor of its 45th anniversary on the last night of the Tribeca Film Festival, founded by “Godfather 2” star Robert de Niro. […]

I love people who write about movies from a specialized perspective and was delighted to discover Eater at the Movies,  a column by Joshua David Stein about food in movies and movies about food — television, too. There’s commentary about Pop’s Diner […]

Lacrosse originated with the Iroquois, which they call their “medicine game,” and is the lifeblood of their Nation. The Iroquois Nationals Lacrosse Team is not only among the world’s best, but ambassadors for their Nation’s sovereignty and recognition. In 2015, […]

Tonight only! A special event from Fathom: “American Wrestler: The Wizard,” a stirring sports story based on real events. William Fichtner, who plays the coach, and Ali Afshar, who produced the film and plays a character in the film, spoke […]

LANDMARK THEATRES’ E STREET CINEMA PRESENTS “POPCORN AND POLITICS” Two-Part Political Film Series features DC Premiere of Laura Poitras’ Julian Assange documentary, “RISK” Washington, DC – April 26, 2017 – Landmark Theatres’ E Street Cinema is proud to present the […]

Nathan Rabin is one of my favorite critics and I am currently reading his book My Year of Flops: The A.V. Club Presents One Man’s Journey Deep into the Heart of Cinematic Failure with great pleasure. He has just started […]

“Ways to Be Wicked” is the pop rock anthem performed by the Villain Kids (aka the VKs) – Dove Cameron, Cameron Boyce, Sofia Carson and Booboo Stewart – which opens the movie “Descendants 2.” The movie premieres July 21, 2017 (8:00 […]

Believe it or not, the summer blockbuster movie season starts this week, and we are getting a bunch of big movies over the next three months. Summer means superheroes, sequels, family movies, raunchy comedies, and quirky indies. The summer of […]

“The Red Turtle,” new on DVD/Blu-ray this week, is a lyrical, mystical, almost-wordless story about a solitary castaway. Like all Studio Ghibli animations, it has a rich, complex portrayal of the natural world. I’m delighted to have two copies to […]

This is genuinely touching.