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Past articles by Bilge:

‘Scream 6’ Review: Ghostface Goes to Manhattan

Movie Review: In ‘Scream 6,’ the ‘Scream’ series moves to New York City. Jenna Ortega and Melissa Barrera return, as does Courteney Cox. The horror sequel provides some good scares and a lot of the usual blather about horror movies and their rules. → Read More

Could the 2023 Oscars Actually Be Good This Year?

The 2023 Academy Awards are returning to an old formula — one that works not despite its imperfections but because of them. → Read More

Joseph Kosinski Doesn’t Think Top Gun: Maverick Is an Action Movie

The film won Best Action Movie at Vulture’s inaugural Stunt Awards anyway. → Read More

Inside The Woman King’s Hardest, Scariest, and Oiliest Stunts

‘The Woman King,’ from director Gina Prince-Bythewood, is a highly personal and intimate story about culture clash, mothers and daughters, and how the past continues to haunt us. It also happens to be a gonzo action movie filled with amazing stunts. → Read More

Vulture’s Stunt Awards: Best Action Scenes of 2023

Vulture’s inaugural celebration of stunt professionals is here. The 2023 Stunt Awards celebrate the best action scenes in Top Gun: Maverick, Bullet Train, The Batman, Accident Man: Hitman’s Holiday, and more. → Read More

It’s Time for a Best Stunts Oscar

After 30-plus years of stuntpeople lobbying the Academy, an annual category for them remains elusive. Why? → Read More

The Cult of Daniels: Daniel Kwan, Daniel Scheinert on Oscars

How Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, professionally known as Daniels and the directors of “Everything Everywhere All at Once,” became unlikely Oscar front-runners. → Read More

‘Cocaine Bear’ Review: A Movie As Good As It Needs to Be

Movie Review: Directed by Elizabeth Banks, ‘Cocaine Bear’ is a loosely based-on-fact account of a bear that eats a mountain of cocaine and then goes on a rampage through the woods. Keri Russell, Matthew Rhys, Alden Ehrenreich, and Ray Liotta co-star. → Read More

Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania: Marvel Movie Review

Marvel’s Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, the third entry in the Ant-Man franchise, stars Paul Rudd, Jonathan Majors, Evangeline Lilly, Michelle Pfeiffer, Michael Douglas, and a cast of hundreds. None of them look like they want to be there. → Read More

Titanic Is Still the Purest Expression of Who James Cameron Is

Movie review: James Cameron’s ‘Titanic’ is back in theaters in 3-D. Starring a young Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet, the Oscar-winning film remains the purest example of Cameron’s strengths as both a visionary and an artist. → Read More

Introducing: Vulture’s First Ever Stunt Awards

Vulture’s inaugural celebration of stunt professionals has arrived. Bring on the action. Nominees include stunt professionals who worked on RRR, Top Gun: Maverick, The Woman King, Everything Everywhere All At Once, and more. → Read More

‘Babylon,’ Explained: Damien Chazelle on Three Key Scenes

‘Babylon’ director Damien Chazelle, editor Tom Cross, and cinematographer Linus Sandgren explain three key scenes, starring Margot Robbie, Diego Calva, and Brad Pitt. → Read More

The 53 Best Movies Under 90 Minutes

Sometimes you just want a good story, capably told with no time to waste. → Read More

22 Movies We Can’t Wait to See at Sundance Festival 2023

Sundance is back in Park City for the first time in three years, and the programming slate is full of fittingly buzzy fare. From Cat Person (with Cousin Greg) to the new Nicole Holofcener to an Ottessa Moshfegh-Anne Hathaway collaboration and more. → Read More

‘Plane’ Review: Cheap Thrills for Your Lizard Brain

‘Plane,’ starring Gerard Butler and Mike Colter, is a movie for your lizard brain — the part of you that craves basic sensations. The part that expresses itself in grunts. → Read More

‘No Bears’ Review: Jafar Panahi’s Powerful New Film

Movie review: Jafar Panahi is one of Iran’s greatest filmmakers, and in his latest, ‘No Bears,’ he portrays himself as he reflects on his inability to leave his country. The director is currently a political prisoner in Tehran’s Evin Prison. → Read More

Review: Christian Bale in Netflix Mystery The Pale Blue Eye

Movie review: Christian Bale and Harry Melling star in the new atmospheric Netflix mystery The Pale Blue Eye. Veteran detective Augustus Landor and young cadet Edgar Allan Poe investigate murders at West Point in the 1830s. Robert Duvall co-stars. → Read More

I’ve Watched This Wild French Fever Dream Five Times, and I’ve Never Made It Through the Final Credits. I Love It.

Slate's 2022 Movie Club, Entry 10. → Read More

One Great Movie This Year Showed Audiences Will Still Show Up—if a Studio Gives Them Time

Slate's 2022 Movie Club, Entry 6. → Read More

Top Gun: Maverick Is Cinema

Slate's 2022 Movie Club, Entry 2. → Read More