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The Trouble With Hollywood’s Gender Flips

The Trouble With Hollywood’s Gender Flips

In the 2001 heist caper “Ocean’s Eleven” (starring, from left, George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Matt Damon, Elliott Gould and Don Cheadle), the main female character is little more than the love interest.

A Dominican Wrestling Hero Gets a Biopic to Match His Star Power

A Dominican Wrestling Hero Gets a Biopic to Match His Star Power

Jack Veneno, right, with Ric Flair at their controversial 1982 match. The Dominican wrestler is the subject of an ambitious new movie project.

Review: ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp’ Save the World! With Jokes!

Review: ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp’ Save the World! With Jokes!

Paul Rudd as Ant-Man in “Ant-Man and the Wasp.”

The Late, Late Show With Martin Scorsese

The Late, Late Show With Martin Scorsese

Griffin Dunne and Teri Garr in the 1985 film “After Hours,” directed by Martin Scorsese.

Queen, Ally and the Alchemy of Musical Stardom on the Big Screen

Queen, Ally and the Alchemy of Musical Stardom on the Big Screen

In “Bohemian Rhapsody,” Rami Malek (with Gwilym Lee, left, and Joe Mazzello) misses Freddie Mercury’s eternal self-delight.

Dear Movie Industry, We Have Thoughts

Dear Movie Industry, We Have Thoughts

Our chief film critics offer helpful suggestions to Hollywood power brokers about some of the biggest issues facing the industry. Clockwise from top left: Reese Witherspoon and Ava DuVernay; the rising power of Netflix; a scene from “Mudbound”; “Moonlight”; Harvey Weinstein; and “Isle of Dogs.”

It’s the Movie Hit of the Summer: Why ‘The Kissing Booth’ Clicked

It’s the Movie Hit of the Summer: Why ‘The Kissing Booth’ Clicked

Jacob Elordi and Joey King in a scene from "The Kissing Booth."

12 Marvel Movies in 31 Hours. It Didn’t Feel Like Infinity.

12 Marvel Movies in 31 Hours. It Didn’t Feel Like Infinity.

The crowd in Auditorium 17 just before the final movie in the marathon, "Avengers: Infinity War."

Kyrie Irving Doesn’t Know if the Earth Is Round or Flat. He Does Want to Discuss It.

Kyrie Irving Doesn’t Know if the Earth Is Round or Flat. He Does Want to Discuss It.

“I wanted to open up the conversation, like, ‘Hey man, do your own research for what you want to believe in,’” said Kyrie Irving, shown at a Celtics game earlier in the season.

Review: In ‘Beirut,’ a War-Torn Backdrop for American Spy Games

Review: In ‘Beirut,’ a War-Torn Backdrop for American Spy Games

From left, Rosamund Pike, Jon Hamm and Dean Norris in “Beirut,” directed by Brad Anderson.

Review: ‘Duck Butter’ and the 24-Hour ‘for Real’ Relationship

Review: ‘Duck Butter’ and the 24-Hour ‘for Real’ Relationship

Laia Costa and Alia Shawkat in Miguel Arteta’s “Duck Butter.”

Does ‘Three Billboards’ Say Anything About America? Well …

Does ‘Three Billboards’ Say Anything About America? Well …

Off pitch: Frances McDormand in “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.”

Review: In ‘Operation Finale,’ the Agonizing Hunt for a Nazi

Review: In ‘Operation Finale,’ the Agonizing Hunt for a Nazi

Oscar Isaac, left, as Peter Malkin and Ben Kingsley as Adolf Eichmann in “Operation Finale.”

The Story of a Voice: HAL in ‘2001’ Wasn’t Always So Eerily Calm

The Story of a Voice: HAL in ‘2001’ Wasn’t Always So Eerily Calm

HAL 9000, the computer that set the standard for how virtual assistants like Siri and Alexa sound today.

Review: In ‘The Third Murder,’ Guilty as Charged Isn’t the Whole Story

Review: In ‘The Third Murder,’ Guilty as Charged Isn’t the Whole Story

Attorney-client privilege: Masaharu Fukuyama, left, and Koji Yakusho in “The Third Murder,” the writer-director Kore-eda’s insistent, gripping new film.


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