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NY Times Movies

Movie Review: ‘Dawn of the Planet of the Apes’ Continues the Saga

In “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes,” civilized...

Jodie Mack Plays With Posters in ‘Dusty Stacks of Mom’

Jodie Mack will perform with her film, “Dusty...

Movie Review: ‘Road to Paloma’ Stars Jason Momoa as a Man on the Run

In “Road to Paloma,” Jason Momoa plays a Native...

Movie Review: ‘Dawn of the Planet of the Apes’ Continues the Saga

In “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes,” civilized...

Movie Review: ‘Drunktown’s Finest,’ by Sydney Freeland, Shows Navajo Life

“Drunktown’s Finest,” by Sydney Freeland, gives a...

ArtsBeat: The Times Critics’ Guide to ‘Planet of the Apes’

Eight critics on 46 years of “Ape” movies.

Museum of the Moving Image Celebrates Chuck Jones

The Museum of the Moving Image celebrates a...

Movie Review: Linklater’s ‘Boyhood’ Is a Model of Cinematic Realism

Richard Linklater’s tender and profound film,...

Rosemary Murphy, 89, Emmy Winner, Dies

Ms. Murphy appeared in classic works by Tennessee...

NY Times Music

Yung Lean Evolves Into a Full-Fledged Practitioner

The Swedish artist Yung Lean, who has morphed...

Music: Estonia’s Revolutionary Spirit, Embodied in Music

The Laulupidu song and dance festival played a...

Katy Perry at Madison Square Garden

An inflatable car, a riot of neon Lycra and a...

Music Review: New York Philharmonic in First Parks Concert of Summer

The New York Philharmonic opened its summer...

Sony Threatens to Bypass Licensers in Royalties Battle

The world’s biggest song publisher has threatened...

In the Language of Romance, Romeo Santos Is a True Superstar

Romeo Santos’s consecutive sold-out shows at...

New Music: Notable Releases From Sia and Mary Sarah

On “1000 Forms of Fear,” Sia puts pop-production...