All articles by Adam Nayman

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Wonder Woman 1984 shrinks history, stretches patience

Letting the glibness of its conceits loom large on the small screen, Gal Gadot and director Patty Jenkins’s retro superhero sequel takes its audience for a dim ride.

By Adam Nayman

Wonder Woman 1984 shrinks history, stretches patience
The best of 2020

Host: Zoom-bombing with the astral plane

By Adam Nayman

Host: Zoom-bombing with the astral plane
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Dark Waters review: Mark Ruffalo takes up weary arms against a malicious multinational

By Adam Nayman

Dark Waters review: Mark Ruffalo takes up weary arms against a malicious multinational
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Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood review: Quentin Tarantino unleashes his nostalgic fetishes

By Adam Nayman

Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood review: Quentin Tarantino unleashes his nostalgic fetishes
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Film of the week: Sorry to Bother You is an unruly, outrageous corporate satire

By Adam Nayman

Film of the week: Sorry to Bother You is an unruly, outrageous corporate satire
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Ant-Man and The Wasp review: miniaturised Marvel caper wins on zing

By Adam Nayman

Ant-Man and The Wasp review: miniaturised Marvel caper wins on zing
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Film of the week: Loveless takes a symbolic hammer to a family tragedy

By Adam Nayman

Film of the week: Loveless takes a symbolic hammer to a family tragedy
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Film of the week: Phantom Thread unravels the relationship between an artist and his muse

By Adam Nayman

Film of the week: Phantom Thread unravels the relationship between an artist and his muse
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Film of the week: Happy End is a welcome departure for Michael Haneke

By Adam Nayman

Film of the week: Happy End is a welcome departure for Michael Haneke
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Mudbound review: families at war on home soil

By Adam Nayman

Mudbound review: families at war on home soil
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Film of the week: Good Time takes a spin around Robert Pattinson’s no-good hood

By Adam Nayman

Film of the week: Good Time takes a spin around Robert Pattinson’s no-good hood
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Film of the week: Moonlight, a prism of repression and desire, awash in poetry

By Adam Nayman

Film of the week: Moonlight, a prism of repression and desire, awash in poetry
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Film of the week: Arrival

By Adam Nayman

Film of the week: Arrival
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Film of the week: Nocturnal Animals

By Adam Nayman

Film of the week: Nocturnal Animals
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Film of the week: Swiss Army Man

By Adam Nayman

Film of the week: Swiss Army Man
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Film of the week: Dear White People

By Adam Nayman

Film of the week: Dear White People
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The Tribe review

By Adam Nayman

The Tribe review
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Review: From What is Before

By Adam Nayman

Review: From What is Before
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Film of the week: Night Moves

By Adam Nayman

Film of the week: Night Moves
Polls

Critics’ 50 Greatest Documentaries of All Time

By Nick James, Brian Winston and others

Critics’ 50 Greatest Documentaries of All Time
News

Reality and the red carpet: Hot Docs 2014

By Adam Nayman

Reality and the red carpet: Hot Docs 2014
Features

This was China: Wang Bing’s West of the Tracks

By Adam Nayman

This was China: Wang Bing’s West of the Tracks
Reviews

Film of the week: In a World…

By Adam Nayman

Film of the week: In a World…