Diane Lane

The Shrouds – first-look review

By David Jenkins

David Cronenberg’s melancholy exploration of how we retain our connection with the dead makes for one of his most beautiful love stories.

Reimaging the rom-com abroad in Under the Tuscan Sun

By Noah Britton

Audrey Wells’ Italian-set drama offers a comforting portrayal on female agency and the multitudes of romance.

Making sense of Disney’s deluge of new content announcements

By Charles Bramesco

A staggering number of upcoming projects were revealed this week, set to be rolled out over the next decade.

Serenity

By Adam Woodward

LWLies intercepts a telecommunication between Matthew McConaughey and his agent.

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