Badass UN Special Rapporteur Leilani Farha probes the global housing crisis and breaks down the complex cause into something readily comprehensible… then enraging. (But she has a solution, too.)
It certainly is MORE than the first movie: more incoherent, more confused about who its protagonist is, more crammed with contrivance and coincidence. Even the title is more nonsensical this time.
This sci-fi riff on the end of privacy is not as provocative as it would like to be, and its mystery completely falls apart in the end. But its visual worldbuilding is fascinating.
Classic comic-book stuff made fresh by drawing on underexplored mythologies and cultures, yet still deeply resonant and deeply universal. An exhilarating pulp-fiction dream that ups the ante on the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Jessica Chastain and Maggie Q. get centered in their own stories, while Michelle Williams is this week’s Best Supporting Mother.
Molly’s Game goes wide, and a few foreign films about women arrive (in limited release) on US shores.
With its time-twisting plot, sci-fi soapiness, powerful humanism, and to-die-for cast, this is the summer blockbuster done with elegance and heart.
A provocative, ambitious drama about the unconsidered assumptions that power our cultures, for good or ill.
Oklahoma City got walloped again last night by a series huge, deadly tornadoes, just two weeks after an even larger twister devastated its suburb Moore…
Your mainstream media at work: Decide what the story is, then make the facts fit it. If you can…