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Cramming for the Oscars: Where to See Best-Picture Nominees

Adam Rippon Responds to Sally Field Playing Matchmaker for Her Son

Here's where to watch the Oscar best-picture nominees.

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'The Post' Renews Attention for Pentagon Papers Ruling

'The Post' Renews Attention for Pentagon Papers Ruling

By Hillel Italie | Feb 24
Steven Spielberg's Oscar-nominated "The Post" has revived interest in the newspaper battles of the 1970s, the lives of Washington Post publisher Katharine Graham and executive Ben Bradlee and the risks of publishing the top-secret documents.

Adine Pintilie's 'Touch Me Not' wins Berlin's Golden Bear

Adine Pintilie's 'Touch Me Not' wins Berlin's Golden Bear

Feb 24
Director Adine Pintilie's "Touch Me Not" has won the top Golden Bear prize at the Berlin International Film Festival.

Nanette Fabray, Star of Stage, Screen and TV, Dies at 97

Nanette Fabray, Star of Stage, Screen and TV, Dies at 97

By John Rogers | Feb 24
Nanette Fabray, the vivacious actress, singer and dancer who became a star in Broadway musicals, on television as Sid Caesar's comic foil and in such hit movies as "The Band Wagon," has died at age 97.

The Language Of 'Black Panther'? It's Real. Give It a Try.

The Language Of 'Black Panther'? It's Real. Give It a Try.

By Cara Anna | Feb 24
Much of what is seen in "Black Panther" is fictional, including the country where the movie is based. But in Wakanda, they do speak a language that is very much real, with distinctive click sounds that had some cast members struggling to speak it.

 Review :: The Young Karl Marx

Review :: The Young Karl Marx

By Lewis Whittington | Feb 23
Raoul Peck & co-writer Pascal Bonitzer's are equally bold in "The Young Karl Marx," even as they transform the staid personages of Marx and Engels into sensual rebels with a cause and gregariously passionate men in their private lives.

First Time @ the Berlin Film Festival, Part One

First Time @ the Berlin Film Festival, Part One

By Kevin Langson | Feb 23
EDGE contributor Kevin Langston traveled to Berlin last week to attend the Berlinale, the 68th edition of that city's film festival, for the first time. He files his first report on some of the films he's watched there.

 Review :: Hell or High Water

Review :: Hell or High Water

By Greg Vellante | Feb 23
An unnecessary cash grab, the 2016 hit "Hell or High Water" has been upgraded to 4K Ultra HD.

 Review :: Game Night

Review :: Game Night

By Padraic Maroney | Feb 23
Let's face it, there's been a comedy drought in theaters lately. But no more: Now there's "Game Night."

 Review :: An Actor's Revenge

Review :: An Actor's Revenge

By Greg Vellante | Feb 23
A visually-inventive tale of vengeance sought by an effeminate Kabuki actor, Kon Ichikawa's "An Actor's Revenge" is a worthy addition to The Criterion Collection.

 Review :: Curvature

Review :: Curvature

By Kilian Melloy | Feb 23
"Curvature" benefits from some inventive visual work, and generates just enough suspense to keep the viewer engaged; it's an easy, low-key watch, the sort of thing you might really enjoy late on a Saturday night.

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