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One must adapt when something goes wrong. For director Max Siedentopf, that meant starring in his own music video. Siedentopf was hired to direct the video for Sigrid’s “Mine Right Now,” but, as the Norwegian singer clarifies in a message before the music starts, delayed flights forced her to miss the shoot. In lieu

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The Plagiarists, a no-budget, lo-fi comedy of millennial manners and neuroses, is one of those movies a critic hates to spoil. Suffice it to say that some of its misdirections are more obvious than others—beginning, very literally, with the fact that its credited director, one Peter Parlow, appears to be about as real

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We can probably thank Marvel’s influence for Spider-Man: Homecoming being so good, and though it’s too early to say if the sequel Far From Home will also be good, we do know that the series is still having some trouble with its posters. Homecoming had that ugly pile of people, with its two Iron Mans, two Spider-Mans,

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Opening with a shot of its title character (Daisy Ridley) floating in a brook, presumably drowned (as announced by Gertrude in Act IV, Scene VII), Ophelia then has her address us in voice-over narration, speaking words that have lately become dreaded cliché: “You may think you know my story.” Well, only because it’s

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Haley Lu Richardson is one of the most promising young talents in Hollywood, with star-making turns in The Edge Of Seventeen, Split, and last year’s Support The Girls. On the red carpet for the MTV Movie & TV Awards, we spoke with Richardson about her favorite roles, and why everyone needs to see her Sundance hit, Col

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In 1973, Johnny Carson was the undisputed King Of Late Night. After the evening news, most people watched Carson chat with a comedian like Don Rickles or Rich Little before enjoying their last cigarette and scotch of the day and calling it a night. So even though this is a little-known slice of 1970s history, it’s not

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Boy, Danny Boyle’s just full of surprises lately. Just yesterday, we reported on the Yesterday director’s comments about a possible, “properly good” 28 Days Later sequel from the original film’s writer, Annihilation director Alex Garland. Now, he’s shared with The Independent another bit of Garland-adjacent news, this

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