Tense, gripping, enraging, but only about things that black Americans already know. This is a primer about racism for white people, and we must pay attention.
This deeply satisfying military drama demonstrates that a simple, even familiar story can be powerfully effective when told with big heart and solid craft.
Here’s an idea: tell a story about a female superhero who has to fight not only bad guys but cultural assumptions. Cast Jennifer Lawrence.
If only this were a wholly fictional story, I could get behind it 100 percent, instead of the 95 percent I can give.
Time to remedy the oversight of the dishy Avengers boys we haven’t yet gazed at.
I thought this was gonna be about how different versions of individual movies appear in legitimate and illegitimate content streams. But, no, it’s even better…
I’m tickled to discover how many great films are being added all the time to Lovefilm’s streaming service, like these new classics…
Be afraid: The bin-Laden-is-dead movie may well be the cinematic equivalent of what we saw on the streets of New York and Washington on Sunday night: guys in baseball caps waving giant American flags and hooting “USA! USA! USA!”…
Fan “pirates” out-of-print comic, and creator heartily approves. Can Hollywood learn a lesson from this?
I have no doubt that when historians look back at us from two thousand years in the future, they will sneer and express shock at reality television in the way that we sneer and express shock at the Roman spectacles of throwing Christians to the lions.