Jeffrey Wright in the HBO original series from Jonathan Nolan

What to stream: ‘The Rachel Divide,’ ‘Bobby Kennedy,’ and ‘Barbie,’ Spike Lee’s ‘Pass Over,’ more ‘Handmaid’ and ‘Westworld’

Here’s what’s new and ready to stream now on Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, HBO Now, Showtime Anytime, FilmStruck, video-on-demand, and other streaming services … Two acclaimed shows that tackle contemporary issues through the prism of science fiction are back for their respective second seasons. Hulu presents The Handmaid’s Tale, the Emmy-winning dystopian portrait of America […]

Kathryn Bigelow's The Hurt Locker on Netflix

Oscar winner ‘The Hurt Locker’ on Amazon Prime Video

“Tell me something. What’s the best way to disarm one of these things?” “The way you don’t die, sir.” Set in the Iraq war after the proclamation of “Mission Accomplished” and the transformation of a battlefield army into an occupation force, The Hurt Locker follows the finals days in the rotation of a bomb disposal […]

Leonardo DiCaprio, Matt Damon, and Jack Nicholson star in the Oscar-winning gangster film

Martin Scorsese’s ‘The Departed’ on Amazon Prime

The Departed (2006), Martin Scorsese’s return to American urban crime cinema, became the biggest hit of his career and earned him his very first Academy Award for Best Director. Leonardo DiCaprio is Billy Costigan, a street thug working for South Boston crime boss Frank Costello (Jack Nicholson), and Matt Damon is Colin Sullivan, a rising […]

Jason Sudeikis, Elizabeth Olsen, and Ed Harris

What to stream: ‘Kodachrome’ and ‘Mercury 13’ on Netflix and ‘Loving Vincent’ animates Van Gogh on Hulu

Here’s what’s new and ready to stream now on Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, HBO Now, Showtime Anytime, FilmStruck, video-on-demand, and other streaming services … Kodachrome (2017, not rated) stars Jason Sudeikis as a record industry burnout who reluctantly joins his estranged, dying father (Ed Harris) for a road trip to the last lab in America […]

A documentary on the life and career of American filmmaker Sidney Lumet.

‘By Sidney Lumet’ – Celebrating New York’s filmmaker on Amazon Prime Video

Sidney Lumet was one of the great American filmmakers. He earned his first of four best director Oscar nominations for his feature debut, 12 Angry Men (1957), and directed such American classics as The Pawnbroker (1964), Serpico (1973), Dog Day Afternoon (1975), and Network (1976) in a career that spanned more than 50 years of […]

David Hemmings in the giallo horror classic by Dario Argento

Dario Argento’s ‘Deep Red’ on Amazon Prime

Deep Red (Profundo Rosso, Italy, 1975), Dario Argento’s fifth film and his fourth giallo (his non-horror interim film Le Cinque giornate remains unreleased in the U.S.), stars David Hemmings as an American jazz pianist and music teacher in Italy. He witnesses a bloody murder in an apartment window and rushes up from the street to […]

Molly Parker, Max Jenkins, Mina Sundwall, Parker Posey, and Toby Stephens in the remake of the 1960s science fiction series

What to stream: Netflix is ‘Lost in Space’ and gets religion in ‘Come Sunday,’ ‘Bosch’ is back on Amazon Prime Video

Here’s what’s new and ready to stream now on Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, HBO Now, Showtime Anytime, FilmStruck, video-on-demand, and other streaming services … Netflix remakes the campy 1960s space fantasy in more serious vein in Lost in Space, a science fiction adventure about a family of space colonists whose ship goes off course en […]

Willem Dafoe and Brooklyn Prince in the film by Sean Baker

What to stream: ‘The Florida Project’ on Amazon Prime Video, ‘Troy’ falls on Netflix, and a new month of releases for all

Here’s what’s new and ready to stream now on Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, HBO Now, Showtime Anytime, FilmStruck, video-on-demand, and other streaming services … Willem Dafoe earned an Oscar nomination for his performance as the manager of a low-rent hotel in The Florida Project (2017, R), a powerful and moving look at the life of […]

Alec Baldwin in 'Miami Blues,' directed by Geroge Armitage.

‘Miami Blues’ on Amazon Prime and Hulu

Miami Blues (1990) should have been the first film in funky crime movie franchise. It’s based on the first of four novels by modern hardboiled crime author Charles Willeford featuring Miami police detective Hoke Moseley; adapted and directed by George Armitage, who learned his trade making pictures for Roger Corman; and produced by Jonathan Demme, […]