Glen Weldon

Glen Weldon appears in the following:

In Lee Chang-dong's Dreamlike 'Burning,' Dread Is A Fire That Burns Slow And Cold

Thursday, October 25, 2018

Director/co-writer Lee Chang-dong adapts a haunting Murakami short story about a young man drawn into the lives of a woman, her cat and a handsome, mysterious stranger.

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'Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina' Is Wicked, Good

Friday, October 19, 2018

Mad Men's Kiernan Shipka ably carries the Riverdale-adjacent series on Netflix about a young woman who's half mortal, half witch and all hero.

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In 'My Brother's Husband Vol. 2,' Family Values (And The Value Of Family)

Friday, October 12, 2018

Part two of Gengoroh Tagame's heartfelt manga about a Japanese man coming to terms with his late brother's sexuality depicts an achingly real process of fits and starts, advancements and reversals.

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In Its Final Season 'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend' Comes In For A Landing, Claims Its Baggage

Friday, October 12, 2018

It's a musical comedy! It's a romantic comedy! Mostly, however, it's a dark comedy. But in CExG's fourth and final season, Rebecca (Rachel Bloom), and the entire cast, are inching towards the light.

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'Dancing Queen': Alyssa Edwards Doesn't Let Dance Moms Drag Her Down

Thursday, October 11, 2018

The Netflix reality series follows drag queen Alyssa Edwards (and her alter ego, Justin Johnson) through her/his offstage life as a dance instructor in Texas.

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'Doctor Who' Goes Back To Basics, With A Twist

Sunday, October 07, 2018

In a down-to-earth yet emotional season opener, Doctor Who introduces Jodie Whittaker's Doctor and her three companions.

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Life, Puberty And The Pursuit Of Horniness: 'Big Mouth,' Season 2

Friday, October 05, 2018

The filthy, sex-crazed animated series returns to Netflix with some new cast members, and a renewed commitment to charting — hilariously, yet sweetly — the hellish landscape of adolescence.

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NPR's Movie Preview: 15 New Films To Watch — And Watch Out For — This Fall

Wednesday, October 03, 2018

From the big studio flicks to the festival favorites, here are some of the best and otherwise noteworthy films coming to theaters.

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Tag Yourself (I'm A Maggie): A 'Tea With The Dames' Taxonomy

Monday, October 01, 2018

In Roger Michell's delightful, delicate, crustless-finger-sandwich of a film, four legends of the British stage and screen gather to reminisce and complain and joke. Which one are you?

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'The Old Man & The Gun': Redford's (Possible) Swan Song Makes For Easy Listening

Thursday, September 27, 2018

In what may be his final screen performance, Robert Redford amiably cakewalks through David Lowery's old-school, old-fashioned cops-and-robbers yarn.

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How To Defend Season 2 Of 'American Vandal' Against Its Naysayers

Saturday, September 22, 2018

Now that enough people have seen the second season of Netflix's comedy/drama/true crime parody, your weekend will be full of people comparing it unfavorably to season one. Here's why they're wrong.

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'Colette' Is A Thoroughly Modern Fille

Thursday, September 20, 2018

Wash Westmoreland's biopic of a French literary lioness is well-acted, gorgeously mounted and weighed down with incongruously modern speeches about sexuality and gender.

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'Forever': A Couple's Comfortable Coexistence Comes To A Crossroads

Friday, September 14, 2018

Maya Rudolph and Fred Armisen play a reasonably happy couple whose relationship undergoes a series of big changes in this low-key, 8-episode meditation on love, life and roads not taken.

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In The Odd, Inscrutable 'Kidding,' Jim Carrey Is A Kids' Show Host In Meltdown

Friday, September 07, 2018

Carrey tempers his reputation for broad comedy by playing a placid puppet-show host whose world is crumbling. The series can't settle on a tone, but it's weirdly fascinating — and just weird.

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What We're Looking Forward To At The Toronto International Film Festival

Thursday, September 06, 2018

The NPR Movies team is off to Toronto, where they'll sit in the dark for days at a time watching films that you'll get to see in the coming weeks and months. Here's some of what they're excited about.

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NPR's Fall TV Preview: 20 Shows To Watch Out For

Monday, August 27, 2018

Broadcast, cable and streaming networks have a lot on tap for the remainder of 2018. Our television and pop culture team has assembled a list of the most promising shows coming your way.

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'What Keeps You Alive': When You Marry A Killer, The Anniversary Gifts Are Murder

Thursday, August 23, 2018

In writer/director Colin Minihan's slack but stylish horror thriller, two women visit a remote cabin to celebrate their anniversary; a deadly cat-and-mouse game ensues.

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In Matt Groening's Fantasy Series 'Disenchantment,' The Humor Is Elf-Referential

Thursday, August 16, 2018

The Netflix series features lush animation and strong voice work, but its three core characters are so reminiscent of Futurama's central trio they struggle to stand on their own.

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What's Included In The Latest MoviePass Plan To Save Its Business

Wednesday, August 15, 2018

As MoviePass is struggling and trying to launch its latest plan, Dealflicks, another movie ticket subscription service, is calling it quits.

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Changes Are Coming To The Oscars

Wednesday, August 08, 2018

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is making three major changes, a move that on its face looks like a tie to weak ratings.

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