Truth and Movies

Natasha Lyonne

The drug war targets a star in The United States vs Billie Holiday

By Charles Bramesco

Andra Day plays the singer, as she’s harassed by the feds for her heroin use.

Why Russian Doll is more than just another Groundhog Day

By Emma Fraser

Netflix’s hilarious and heartbreaking comedy-drama stretches far beyond the reset gimmick.

15 Netflix Originals to look out for in 2019

By Rory Marsh

Our preview of the streaming site’s upcoming slate includes a Paul Rudd doppelgänger comedy and a dark update of Groundhog Day.

The camp, satirical aesthetic of queer classic But I’m a Cheerleader

By Megan Wallace

Jamie Babbit’s film offers a more comedic critique of conversion therapy.

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