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The Long and Short of It: ‘Reds’

Here's this column's first film whose length feels excessive. It's a quietly devastating, intimate love story swallowed up in a stilted political epic.

3 Documentaries About Bitcoin You Need to Watch ASAP

Since Bitcoin was first introduced to the world back in January 2009, there have been several documentaries focused entirely on the cryptocurrency – but which ones are actually worth watching? Bitcoin is the world’s most famous, decentralized digital currency having been adopted as a viable payment option by millions around the globe. Whilst it exists […]

The Long and Short of It: ‘Meet Joe Black’

This sumptuous romantic fantasy gets a lot of flak for its length. But the measured pace feels fitting for a film about how every minute matters.
Mark McClure stars in the 1987 Universal Pictures sketch-comedy collection "Amazon Women on the Moon."

Class of 1987: ‘Amazon Women on the Moon’

This sketch-comedy film's creators couldn't presage how we (and our messages) self-destruct in 10 seconds or 140 characters. Still, this raucous amalgam works.

Oscars live blog

Tune in here starting at 8:30 p.m. for our annual Oscars Live blog!

The Long and Short of It: ‘Lawrence of Arabia’

"Lawrence of Arabia" is the standard against which all other epics are judged. Sam explores the exotic world of the butt-numbing cinematic achievement.

Audacious Oscar picks and predictions 2017

A complete breakdown of all 24 Oscar races, including predicted winners and who really should get the statue — plus who got snubbed and who they should replace.

The latest contenders for the James Bond role

There are few more coveted roles in Hollywood than that of James Bond. Over the years, the likes of Sean Connery, Roger Moore and Pierce Brosnan have achieved cinematic immortality by playing the part of the famous British spy. But seeing as Daniel Craig is still looking unlikely to return to the role of 007, […]