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‘This Story Transcends Race’: Kevin Kwan on the Appeal of ‘Crazy Rich Asians’

‘This Story Transcends Race’: Kevin Kwan on the Appeal of ‘Crazy Rich Asians’

From left, Michelle Yeoh, Henry Golding and Constance Wu in a scene from “Crazy Rich Asians.” “The story at the heart of it is about a family,” said Kevin Kwan, the author of the novel from which the new movie was adapted.

Review: In ‘The Young Karl Marx,’ a Scruffy Specter Haunts Europe

Review: In ‘The Young Karl Marx,’ a Scruffy Specter Haunts Europe

August Diehl, center, as Karl Marx; Vicky Krieps as his wife, Jenny; and Stefan Konarske as Friedrich Engels in “The Young Karl Marx.”

Review: ‘12 Strong’ Believes in the Brotherhood of Battle

Review: ‘12 Strong’ Believes in the Brotherhood of Battle

Two strong (with guns): Geoff Stults, left, and Chris Hemsworth.

Review: Take the Next Trolley to ‘Won’t You Be My Neighbor?’

Review: Take the Next Trolley to ‘Won’t You Be My Neighbor?’

Fred Rogers on the set of “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood.” Morgan Neville explores Rogers’s influence in the documentary.

Adjusting to a World That Won’t Laugh With You

Adjusting to a World That Won’t Laugh With You

Amy Schumer at the Beacon Theater.

Shinobu Hashimoto, Writer of Towering Kurosawa Films, Is Dead at 100

Shinobu Hashimoto, Writer of Towering Kurosawa Films, Is Dead at 100

Toshiro Mifune in “The Seven Samurai” (1954), one of the many films directed by Akira Kurosawa and written by Shinobu Hashimoto. It was the inspiration for the acclaimed 1960 western “The Magnificent Seven.”

Meryl Streep in ‘Kramer vs. Kramer’: An Early (and Defiant) Role

Meryl Streep in ‘Kramer vs. Kramer’: An Early (and Defiant) Role

Meryl Streep with Dustin Hoffman in “Kramer vs. Kramer” (1979).

Thrills, Tears and the Real Gone Girls of Cinema

Thrills, Tears and the Real Gone Girls of Cinema

A scene from “Bread” (1918), directed by Ida May Park, one of the pioneers in the BAMcinématek series.

How Did ‘The Shape of Water’ Become the Film to Beat at the Oscars?

How Did ‘The Shape of Water’ Become the Film to Beat at the Oscars?

Sally Hawkins as a mute janitor in “The Shape of Water.”

Review: In ‘Skyscraper,’ Dwayne Johnson Scales a Tower of Clichés

Review: In ‘Skyscraper,’ Dwayne Johnson Scales a Tower of Clichés

Dwayne Johnson plays a security analyst who becomes a superhero (without cape or portfolio) in “Skyscraper.”

Review: ‘Chappaquiddick’ Revisits a Grim ’60s Kennedy Scandal

Review: ‘Chappaquiddick’ Revisits a Grim ’60s Kennedy Scandal

Jason Clarke as Ted Kennedy and Kate Mara as Mary Jo Kopechne in “Chappaquiddick.”

The Idolatry of Glaciers, Rocks and Leni Riefenstahl

The Idolatry of Glaciers, Rocks and Leni Riefenstahl

“The Holy Mountain,” from 1926, is available for streaming from Kanopy.

Review: ‘In the Fade’ Is a Tale of Grief and Violence in Modern Germany

Review: ‘In the Fade’ Is a Tale of Grief and Violence in Modern Germany

Rafael Santana and Diane Kruger in “In the Fade,” directed by Fatih Akin.

In the Heat of Battle, ‘In the Year of the Pig’

In the Heat of Battle, ‘In the Year of the Pig’

An American soldier in Vietnam, as seen in “In the Year of the Pig,” a 1969 documentary film directed by Emile de Antonio.

Review: A Man and a Woman (and Another Woman) in ‘Lover for a Day’

Review: A Man and a Woman (and Another Woman) in ‘Lover for a Day’

Eric Caravaca and Esther Garrel play a father and daughter in Philippe Garrel’s “Lover for a Day.”

‘Animal House’ Oral History: From Richard Pryor to a Real Melee

‘Animal House’ Oral History: From Richard Pryor to a Real Melee

The set was as high-spirited as the film. The cast members, from left: Tom Hulce, Peter Riegert, James Widdoes, John Belushi, Bruce McGill, Tim Matheson and Stephen Furst with their director, John Landis.


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