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Sheri Linden

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‘Not Okay’ Review: Zoey Deutch Dazzles in Better-Than-OK Social Media Satire

In the sophomore feature from ‘Blame’ filmmaker Quinn Shephard, Zoey Deutch stars as a wannabe writer whose fake travel posts backfire on her.

‘Murina’: Film Review

Family friction roils a celebratory gathering beneath the Adriatic sun in Croatian filmmaker Antoneta Alamat Kusijanovic’s drama, named best debut feature at Cannes.

‘The Sea Beast’: Film Review

In the latest animated feature from Chris Williams (‘Moana,’ ‘Big Hero 6’), a young orphan joins forces with a legendary hunter of ocean monsters.

The Hollywood Reporter Critics Pick the 10 Best Films of 2022 (So Far)

THR critics pick faves from the first half of the year, including a Pixar charmer, two urgent abortion dramas and a sci-fi starring Colin Farrell.

‘Lakota Nation vs. United States’: Film Review | Tribeca 2022

A documentary that premiered at Tribeca traces the Lakotas’ ongoing struggle to reclaim their sacred land, the Black Hills, and protect it from U.S. government and corporate interests.

‘Brian and Charles’: Film Review

Expanding upon their short film, writer-actors David Earl and Christopher Hayward play, respectively, a lonely Welsh inventor and the robot companion he creates out of odds and ends.

Andy Garcia and Gloria Estefan in HBO Max’s ‘Father of the Bride’: Film Review

In the latest feature adaptation of a 1949 novel, a Cuban American couple in Miami put their divorce on hold in order to plan their daughter’s wedding.

‘My Name Is Andrea’: Film Review | Tribeca 2022

A documentary portrait of Andrea Dworkin, a major figure in second-wave feminism, takes a hybrid approach, combining archival material and performances by actors including Ashley Judd and Andrea Riseborough.

Ray Romano and Laurie Metcalf in ‘Somewhere in Queens’: Film Review | Tribeca 2022

The actor's first feature as a director is an ensemble comic drama about a family man who becomes too invested in his basketball-playing son’s hoop dreams.

‘The Phantom of the Open’: Film Review

Mark Rylance and Sally Hawkins star in a comic drama based on the true story of a British man who made sports history as the world’s worst golfer.

‘Jane Campion: The Cinema Woman’: Film Review | Cannes 2022

Drawing upon interviews from throughout the filmmaker’s career, Julie Bertuccelli’s documentary explores the process and philosophy of the ‘Power of the Dog’ helmer.

The Hollywood Reporter Critics Pick 20 Cannes Film Festival Favorites

A Queens-set memory piece from James Gray, a career best from Léa Seydoux, a devastating donkey story and a documentary about surgery that would make Cronenberg blush were among THR film critics' faves from the fest.