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Daniel Craig and Ana de Armas in "No Time To Die."

Bond is back, but are movie audiences?

007 has returned to theaters. Now, the only question is whether moviegoers will, too.

GLOBEDOCS 2021
Julia Child on "The French Chef," from "Julia."

GlobeDocs 2021: Finding light in the darkness

This year’s festival, which runs Oct. 13-17, covers a wide range of subjects and approaches, emotions and styles, even including, yes, animation.

MOVIE REVIEW | ★★★
Daniel Craig and Ana de Armas in "No Time To Die."

In ‘No Time to Die,’ 007 is Craig, Daniel Craig

Can a Bond movie feel autumnal? “No Time to Die” does. It’s not just that it’s been six years since the release of “Spectre,” the previous one, or that Daniel Craig has said this is his swan song as 007. It’s that the movie feels almost . . . retrospective, verging at times on introspective.

Keira Knightley will play journalist Loretta McLaughlin in "Boston Strangler," a movie about infamous 1960s serial killer Albert DeSalvo (right).

A Hollywood movie about the Boston Strangler will begin filming in Boston in December

A new movie about the Boston Strangler is set to begin filming in the area later this year, adding another chapter to the Boston crime movie canon.

MOVIE REVIEW | ★½
Jeanna de Waal, center, as the title princess in the musical "Diana."

No royal pardon for this ‘Diana’

Telling a too-familiar tale, this Netflix filmed version of a Broadway musical offers predictability and cliché.

MOVIE REVIEW | ★½
Tom Hardy in "Venom: Let There Be Carnage."

What’s gotten into Tom Hardy? More ‘Venom’

Hardy, Woody Harrelson, and two alien symbiotes star in superhero sequel “Venom: Let There Be Carnage."

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Daniel Craig in "No Time to Die."

It’s been a while, but Bond is back in ‘No Time to Die’

It’s a good time to look back over the entire series, comparing the Bond market then to the Bond market now.

MOVIE REVIEW | ★★
Agathe Rousselle in "Titane."

‘Titane’: Get ready for a wild ride

Writer-director Julia Ducournau’s film won the Palme d’Or at Cannes this year. Forthrightly bizarre, it’s about a young woman who gets impregnated by a car.