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Werner Herzog travels to Arabian lands and Bolivian loopiness in 'Queen of the Desert,' 'Salt and Fire'

Robert Abele reviews two new feature films from Werner Herzog: 'Queen of the Desert' with Nicole Kidman, and 'Salt and Fire' with Michael ShannonFire

Justin Chang and Jen Yamato debate 'Ghost in the Shell' and the dangers of Hollywood whitewashing

Film critic Justin Chang and film reporter Jen Yamato discuss the whitewashing controversy around the casting of Scarlett Johansson in "Ghost in the Shell"

The ravishing sci-fi noir 'Ghost in the Shell' is fascinating, and not without its glitches

L.A. Times film critic Justin Chang reviews "Ghost in the Shell," addressing the whitewashing casting issue while appreciating the film's beauty.

'Five Came Back' shows how World War II changed prominent directors of Hollywood's Golden Age — and changed film history

Kenneth Turan reviews "Five Came Back," about Hollywood Golden Age directors and World War II.

The jazz tragedy of Lee Morgan, exquisitely rendered

Kenneth Turan reviews "I Called Him Morgan," which he calls artistic, obsessive and intoxicating.

'The Boss Baby' is the rancid diaper of animated movies

Los Angeles Times film critic Justin Chang reviews "The Boss Baby."

Proof of an afterlife is no stairway to heaven in 'The Discovery'

The Los Angeles Times' Glenn Whipp reviews "The Discovery."

Niki Caro and Jessica Chastain create an emotionally satisfying 'Zookeeper's Wife'

L.A. Times film critic Kenneth Turan finds emotional satisfaction in director Niki Caro's 'The Zookeeper's Wife,' starring Jessica Chastain.

Indie Focus: Joining the conversation with 'Five Came Back,' 'Donnie Darko' and Walter Hill

Indie Focus newsletter covering "Five Came Back," "Donnie Darko," "The Blackcoat's Daughter" and Walter Hill

Indie Focus: Cycles of birth and death in 'Prevenge,' 'Frantz' and 'Life'

Indie Focus newsletter on the films 'Prevenge,' 'Frantz,' and 'Life'

Director Jason Connery’s new film 'Tommy’s Honour' reflects a love of golf he shares with his famous father

Sunday conversation with Jason Connery, an actor turned director whose new film is about golf, the favorite sport of his very famous father.

Jordan Peele on how 'Get Out' defied the odds to become a full-blown cultural phenomenon

With "Get Out" still going strong after a month in release, director Jordan Peele and others reflect on what the film's unlikely success might mean for the future of horror.

Why screenwriters Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick chose 'Life' after 'Deadpool'

An interview with "Life" screenwriters Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick about their new movie "Life" and, oh, that "Deadpool" movie they wrote.

'Rogue One' director Gareth Edwards on bringing CG Tarkin and Leia into his galaxy

Director Gareth Edwards on the challenges of resurrecting 'Star Wars' characters for 'Rogue One' using CGI.

Jean Rouverol, blacklisted screenwriter, dead at 100

Actress and screenwriter Jean Rouverol, who was blacklisted in Hollywood and went into exile in Mexico, died March 24 at age 100.

A Romanian father-daughter tale about the moral failings of post-Communist Europe

Be careful what you teach your children. A father conspires to get his daughter into a university in a new Romanian film that peeks into the moral failings of post-Communist Europe.

Kristen Stewart reveals herself in ghostly thriller ‘Personal Shopper'

Kristen Stewart opens up about her new film, 'Personal Shopper,' and her defiant 'SNL' coming out

James Mangold transforms the end of Wolverine into a new beginning with 'Logan'

Director James Mangold creates an emotional character drama with the superhero story of 'Logan.'

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