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Past articles by Joshua:

‘Parasite’ director Bong Joon-ho: ‘I’m not really into superheroes’

Fresh from the Baftas and with the Oscars around the corner, we meet Parasite director Bong Joon-ho → Read More

Here are this year's Oscar nominees, including Cynthia Erivo in Harriet

This morning in Los Angeles, nominees for the 92nd Academy Awards were announced. Some history was made: Scarlett Johansson received not one but two acting nomi → Read More

Explore the worlds of four Netflix movies, including The Irishman, at this free pop-up museum

In an Oscar season crowded with contenders, Netflix has done a killer job of showing off its shiniest objects. Even as its post-awards plans for the Paris Theat → Read More

The Strokes announced a new album at their Barclays New Year's Eve show

Unveiling a new song, a new album and some of the old woozy indiscipline that hamstrung their ascent nearly 20 years ago, the Strokes extended the most leisurel → Read More

We asked Saoirse Ronan, Antonio Banderas and others to pick their favorite films of the 2010s

As the decade comes to a close, we’re in a reflective mood (remember Avatar?—yeah, us neither). The result is a list: the 50 best movies of the 2010s, which wil → Read More

Cats 2019, directed by Tom Hooper

A little history, kittens: Andrew Lloyd Webber’s megamusical was always a vaguely frightening experience, and that’s to charitable eyes (including this boy’s in → Read More

Here is What's New to Netflix in January 2020

Looking for something to watch on Netflix in January? Catch up with The Irishman or kick it '80s with Ferris Bueller. → Read More

Here's are this year's Golden Globes nominees, including J.Lo for Hustlers

Only moments ago, nominees for the 77th Golden Globes Awards were announced. Awards prognosticators got a few surprises: Cate Blanchett scored a nod for the lit → Read More

Bombshell 2019, directed by Jay Roach

Transforming her voice into a husky boom, Mad Max: Fury Road’s Charlize Theron continues to be the best thing in movies about irresponsible men. As Bombshell’s → Read More

Little Women 2019, directed by Greta Gerwig

Greta Gerwig has directed only two films that are solely her own but she’s already become a brand. It’s in evidence within the first five minutes of Little Wome → Read More

The Irishman 2019, directed by Martin Scorsese

Martin Scorsese puts a killer self-own at the top of his overstuffed, frequently electrifying The Irishman. As the Five Satins’ gorgeous “In the Still of the Ni → Read More

The New York Film Festival starts tomorrow and you can still get tickets to these screenings

Hard-core NYC movie lovers know tomorrow is Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanza and Arbor Day rolled into one: The New York Film Festival celebrates its opening night a → Read More

Awkwafina: ‘You don’t realise the power of representation until you feel it’

The ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ and ‘Ocean's 8’ star on inclusivity, why London’s a ‘no-bullshit’ city and her new film ‘The Farewell’ → Read More

Ford v Ferrari 2019, directed by James Mangold

Matt Damon and Christian Bale, both returning to their boyish, likable modes, race cars and squabble like brothers in Ford v Ferrari, a ’60s period piece that w → Read More

Jojo Rabbit 2019, directed by Taika Waititi

Get your cringing over with now: The guy who directed Thor: Ragnarok, New Zealand’s gifted Taika Waititi, has made a movie about an adorable Hitler Youth whose → Read More

It: Chapter Two 2019, directed by Andy Muschietti

Even in our Stranger Things–dominated popscape, no one was expecting 2017’s It—a second attempt at a ponderous 30-year-old novel—to become such a huge phenomeno → Read More

Marriage Story 2019, directed by Noah Baumbach

Review by Joshua RothkopfBecause it would have been unbearable otherwise, Noah Baumbach begins his churning, deeply felt divorce drama Marriage Story—easily t → Read More

Here is What's New to Netflix in August 2019

Looking for something to watch on Netflix in August? The first five Rocky movies are ready to rumble, as is Jackie Brown → Read More

Outdoor Movies NYC Offers For You To Be Watching This Summer

Check out the outdoor movies NYC parks and film clubs are showing this summer from Bryant Park's free screenings to Rooftop Films events and Movies With a View → Read More

Fork me gently: Tony Hale on voicing the summer's strangest character

Veep's Tony Hale brings his neurotic brand of comedy to Forky, a instant cult character in Pixar's Toy Story 4 → Read More