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Radu Jude, Director Of Romania’s ‘Bad Luck Banging,’ On Non-Simulated Sex Scenes and Guerrilla-Style Production

‘House Of Gucci’ Is Gorgeous But Aimless And Oddly Dull, Even With Jared Leto’s Extreme Overacting

Richard Dawkins Has Finally (Finally!) Weighed In On ‘Young Sheldon’ And Compared It To ‘The Simpsons’

All The Grocery Store Dry Spaghetti Brands, Blind Tasted And Ranked

What Was The Deal With ‘Homie Spumoni,’ The 2006 Donald Faison Film About A Black Guy Who Thinks He’s Italian?

‘King Richard’ Is A Brilliantly Slick Exercise In Image Management

A Surprising Amount Of Texans Would Vote For Matthew McConaughey As Governor

Halle Berry’s Directorial Debut, ‘Bruised,’ Is A Strange Combination Of ‘Warrior’ And ‘Precious’

The Rundown: The Case For Letting Brian Cox From ‘Succession’ Swear At The Muppets

‘Ghostbusters: Afterlife’ Is A Beautifully Crafted, ‘Goonies’-Esque Take On Ghostbusters That Also Feels A Bit Scattered

Discussing Sopranos 603, The End Of The Kevin Finnerty Saga, With Ashley Ray On Pod Yourself A Gun

Bradley Cooper Is A Carnival Grifter In Guillermo Del Toro’s Eerie ‘Nightmare Alley’ Trailer

Alec Baldwin And Several Other ‘Rust’ Crew Members Are Being Sued Again For The Fatal Shooting Of Halyna Hutchins

The Hijinks-Filled Hunt For QAnon Begins In The Trailer For ‘Reno 911!’s Paramount+ Special

Jennifer Lawrence And Leonardo DiCaprio Try To Protect Earth From A Comet In Netflix’s Star-Studded ‘Don’t Look Up’ Trailer

‘Belfast’ Is A Sweet And Schmaltzy Coming-Of-Age Tale

Shaq Turned Down Playing John Coffey In ‘The Green Mile’

‘Home Sweet Home Alone’ Is A 30 Rock-ified Sequel That Works Shockingly Well