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Quentin Tarantino’s Sustained Coolness (And Why It Matters)

In the last decade of his life, Peter Bogdanovich lived, like his friend and mentor Orson Welles before him, low on money, from guest house to guest house. Staying...

Cinespia Wraps Up Season in Style with Modern Horror Classics

The prized outdoor screening series, which just announced its October lineup, will include a 70s, 80s, and 90s classic

Cinespia’s August Outdoor Movie Lineup: “Romeo + Juliet,” “Raiders of the Lost Ark” and More

Looking ahead at Los Angeles’ favorite outdoor movie organization’s classic screenings for the month of August

Trans Actor Scott Turner Schofield Is an Activist Through His Art

Schofield is contesting that most of his advocacy for the LGBTQ+ community is done through simply producing art in Hollywood

How the Movies Made Los Angeles the Ultimate American City

Classic movies set in L.A.—some well-known, some less so—offer candid glimpses of a city getting ready for its close-up
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A Look Back at Licorice Pizza, the SoCal Record Store P.T. Anderson’s New Movie Is Named After

The Glendale-based chain was a local staple from the late '60s through the mid '80s
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Millennial Critics Hate ‘He’s All That.’ Blame Their Misplaced Nostalgia for the Original

The 1999 original ’She’s All That’ was perfectly fine, and so is the remake—even if critics won’t say so
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Fall Movie Preview: A Dozen Fall Films We Can’t Wait to See

From prestige dramas to sci-fi epics, this fall has it all
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Why ‘Ghost World’ Was 20 Years Ahead of Its Time

Terry Zwigoff's 2001 cult classic about two alienated teen misfits was far more prescient than anyone gives it credit for
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How ‘Boyz N the Hood’ Shined a Spotlight on This South L.A. Street 30 Years Ago

Three decades ago, John Singleton's groundbreaking film turned Cimarron Street into a beloved L.A. landmark—and it's still celebrated today