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NYT > Movies

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Gods, Monsters and H.P. Lovecraft’s Uncanny Legacy

Gods, Monsters and H.P. Lovecraft’s Uncanny Legacy The author’s stories have influenced countless works, including the new HBO series “Lovecraft Country.” But how do modern adapters reckon with his racism, his sexism and his profound weirdness?

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‘Work It’ Review: Freestyling Through Senior Year

‘Work It’ Review: Freestyling Through Senior Year A straight-A high student scrambles to become a hip-hop dancer for her college application in this Netflix dance movie that pays homage to the genre.

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What Megan Fox Taught Me About the Power of Subversive Girls

What Megan Fox Taught Me About the Power of Subversive Girls The horror comedy “Jennifer’s Body,” starring Fox as a demon who eats boys, showed me the value of teen scream queens when I needed it most.

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What Makes Kiarostami a Modern Master? Start Here

What Makes Kiarostami a Modern Master? Start Here In the Iranian filmmaker’s “Certified Copy” and “Close-Up,” appearances deceive. You wind up questioning everything.

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7 Things to Do This Weekend

7 Things to Do This Weekend How can you get your cultural fix when many arts institutions remain closed? Our writers offer suggestions for what to listen to and watch.

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Ava DuVernay Wins the Gish Prize

Ava DuVernay Wins the Gish Prize The writer, producer, filmmaker and activist will receive a cash award of about $250,000.

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‘The Tax Collector’ Review: Street Gangs and Family Values

‘The Tax Collector’ Review: Street Gangs and Family Values David Ayer’s generic gangland thriller presents a cartoonishly exaggerated showdown between good and evil.

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‘Howard’ Review: A Lyricist’s Life Cut Short

‘Howard’ Review: A Lyricist’s Life Cut Short A new documentary looks at the prodigious talent of Howard Ashman, one half of the musical team behind “The Little Mermaid” and others, before he died of AIDS at 40.

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‘Psychomagic, a Healing Art’ Review: Introducing Surrealist Therapy

‘Psychomagic, a Healing Art’ Review: Introducing Surrealist Therapy In this documentary, Alejandro Jodorowsky compares Freud’s “science” to his own “magic” and chronicles aiming for cures with methods resembling performance art.

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‘River City Drumbeat’ Review: A Community’s Pulse Proves Strong

‘River City Drumbeat’ Review: A Community’s Pulse Proves Strong At the heart of this documentary from Marlon Johnson and Anne FlattĂ© is a drum line in Louisville, Ky., that offers children a chance to engage with Black art and history.

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