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Moni Yakim teaches a movement class at Juilliard in May 2019. Claudio Papapietro hide caption

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Moni Yakim Knows How To Move You

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Adam Sandler plays jeweler Howard Ratner in the film Uncut Gems. The score is as shiny and cosmic as Ratner's life is messy and frantic. Julieta Cervantes/Courtesy of A24 hide caption

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Inside 'Uncut Gems': A Cosmic Score In A Frantic Film

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Benny (left) and Josh Safdie stand with Adam Sandler while filming Uncut Gems. Julieta Cervantes/A24 hide caption

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The Movies Of The Safdie Brothers, Makers Of 'Uncut Gems'

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'Fresh Air' Favorites: Meryl Streep

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'Fresh Air' Favorites: Carrie Fisher

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Amy has long been vilified for burning one of Jo's manuscripts. But Greta Gerwig's adaptation of Little Women takes a more nuanced look at the youngest March sister, played here by Florence Pugh. Wilson Webb/CTMG/Columbia Pictures hide caption

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Which March Sister Are You? The Latest 'Little Women' Makes It Hard To Decide

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Highly Specific Superlatives: TV And Movies From 2019

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'1917' Is A World War I Epic Crafted To Look Like A Single Continuous Camera Shot

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Saoirse Ronan plays Jo March in Greta Gerwig's film adaptation of Louisa May Alcott's Little Women. "The only people that I really envy, I think, are kids because they have the best of everything," Ronan says. Wilson Webb/CTMG hide caption

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Saoirse Ronan: Playing Jo March In 'Little Women' Was A Confidence Boost

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