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Sunday, October 2, 2022

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Screen Grabs: ‘Women are furious, and they are totally right’

A legend captures a new Chilean revolution. Plus: Sigourney Weaver's 'Good House,' dour 'God's Creatures,' more new movies

Screen Grabs: Happy 100th birthday, Mr. B.I.G.

Legendary camp super-sizer celebrates centenary. Plus: Contemporary perils in 'Sissy' and 'The African Desperate,' more

Screen Grabs: The strange woman fetish of ‘Don’t Worry Darling’ and ‘Blonde’

From hapless heroines to speculum shots—whatever happened to self-determination?

Bowie in space: ‘Moonage Daydream’ saturates with far-out images and ideas

Impressionistic 'official documentary' proves as complex as the music idol and artist—at points even more so.

Screen Grabs: South Asian Film Fest features Godard, UK pop, ‘Four Samosas’

Plus: Revisiting the 1982 Alpine Meadows avalanche, the disastrous Afghanistan evacuation, and life under the Khmer Rouge

Screen Grabs: Fanboy racism can’t sink crowdpleaser ‘The Woman King’

Viola Davis lead a very good African period epic. Plus: Thandiwe Newton runs into trouble in Montana in 'God's Country'

Screen Grabs: ‘Pearl’ aims for down-home Technicolor chills

Plus: Korean SUV-driving cyborgs from 1380, post-colonial African horror, and a creepy Danish tale of misplaced trust. New movies!

Screen Grabs: Desires dark and devious, from Texas to Brazil

Patricia Highsmith's hidden life, a steamy Bahia adventure, and the undeniable appeal of Justin Long

Screen Grabs: The rambunctious talents of Elaine May

Plus: African Film Festival, cinema and histories of incarceration, the Discrete Charm of the Bourgeoisie, more movies

Screen Grabs: The government is no one’s friend in ‘Costa Brava, Lebanon’

Plus: Heavyweight revival action this weekend, from Poland's The Three Colors Trilogy to—yes—Flash Gordon.

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