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Review: There was more to Tiny Tim than tiptoeing through the tulips
The documentary "Tiny Tim: King for a Day," featuring diary excerpts read by "Weird Al" Yankovic, shows the eccentric performer as an outsider and archivist.
Looking for Oscar pool help? Here's what the smart money says
For amusement purposes only, here's a look at the odds-on picks to win the 2021 Oscars.
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Review: Ed Helms and Patti Harrison make a perfect platonic match in 'Together Together'
Ed Helms and Patti Harrison star in 'Together Together,' about a middle-aged man and the young woman he hires as a gestational surrogate.
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How 'The White Tiger' became a surprise hit on Netflix
Filmmaker Ramin Bahrani and actor Adarsh Gourav on adapting the novel "The White Tiger," about the true cost of rags-to-riches success in modern-day India.
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Feedback: Dissecting all the reasons Oscar ratings are expected to fall this year
The pandemic? Yes. Streaming? Yes. But L.A. Times readers have more to say about predictions of an Oscar ratings dropoff. Plus, saving Hollywood's Cinerama Dome and more.
Review: Overpopulation documentary '8 Billion Angels' lacks the courage of its convictions
Director Victor Velle's documentary "8 Billion Angels" pummels its audience with facts and figures about global population and stability.
Disney, Sony announce pact for Sony movies
The arrangement covers Sony library movies as well as theatrical releases beginning with the 2022 slate.
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Review: A comedy with much on its mind, 'My Wonderful Wanda' misses its mark
The European satire "My Wonderful Wanda" pokes at love, power, money and class, and ponders the outsourcing of care work to migrants.
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Review: Anime megahit 'Demon Slayer' is here to thrill and confuse
"Demon Slayer," one of the most successful manga/anime franchises, arrives in U.S. theaters.
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Architecture of the unsettled: Oscars' best picture nominees reveal an America in transition
"Minari," "Sound of Metal" and "Nomadland" depict environments that are transient and improvised, capturing our era of tumult and ambivalence.
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Filmmaker Monte Hellman, 'the best-kept secret in Hollywood,' dies at 91
Monte Hellman, director of spare, existential genre films such as 'The Shooting' and 'Two-Lane Blacktop' and executive producer of Quentin Tarantino's 'Reservoir Dogs,' is dead at 91.
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Why a heartwarming scene from 'School of Rock' has gone viral nearly 20 years later
A body-positivity scene from the 2003 comedy "School of Rock," featuring Jack Black and Maryam Hassan, has been hailed as "revolutionary" on Twitter.
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