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Still from The Boy and the Heron.
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From Blackhorse Lowe to Erica Tremblay, and from Turtle Island to the Pacific Islands, filmmakers from across the globe share their favorite Indigenous-made films, with shouts to Sterlin Harjo, Lee Tamahori, Alanis Obomsawin and many more.
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With May December on Netflix in the US & Canada, the film's cast of Natalie Portman, Julianne Moore, Charles Melton, Cory Michael Smith, Gabriel Chung, Piper Curda, its composer Marcelo Zarvos and director Todd Haynes share their four favorite films.
Showdown: No Reservations 20 films
Consensus for Showdown № 179: No Reservations (best meal scenes in film)
The Zack Snyder Letterboxd Q&A 10 films
As his epic sci-fi blockbuster Rebel Moon - Part One: A Child of Fire heads into theaters and streaming on…
Showdown: Fatal Attraction 20 films
Consensus for Showdown № 178: Fatal Attraction (best femmes fatale in film)
Showdown: Pulp Fiction 20 films
Consensus for Showdown № 177: Pulp Fiction (the best paperback-trash cinema)
As The Persian Version arrives in theaters, filmmaker Maryam Keshavarz highlights the films that influenced her award-winning feature.
The Sundance Institute 85 films
Best in Show 190 films
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Martin Scorsese 10 films
Mike Flanagan 76 films
Festiville 20 films
Just death, destruction, and an emotional core
All I could ever ask for in a classic Godzilla
Just thought this was absolutely incredible. Wasn’t expecting to be emotionally gut punched by a Godzilla movie but here we are.
Charles fucking Melton. I don’t want to reduce a movie that’s clearly crafted with so much skill to create scenes brimming with unease to a single performance, but Melton is so absurdly good that without him, I’m not sure how this movie reaches those insane harrowing levels. His body language, his mannerisms, his delivery— he is the personification of stolen innocence and your heart breaks for him.
Portman, Moore, the campy piano melody that plays after a reveal, the dressing room shot, the Portman letter monologue— all pieces of a sick and tragic puzzle that is May December.