Wait, MLK day wasn’t a paid holiday for one of Hollywood’s key unions until now?
Film & TV
Todd Haynes, an Ivy League Spike Lee, idolizes middle-class wannabe rebels of the 1960s.
David Chase’s feature-film return to the world of Tony Soprano has been getting middling-to-negative reviews and it deserves them.
Halloween Kills offers too much violence and virtually no wit.
Culture-vulture lives matter in Hansen-Love’s banal flick.
Ridley Scott’s The Last Duel is a violent visit to a strange time, not a #MeToo for the Middle Ages.
No matter how hard they try, people who tell stories for a living inevitably wind up producing tales with popular conservative characters and conservative themes.
The action series succumbs to exhaustion and goes tone-deaf.
Virtually all of Dune is scene-setting, world-building, setup. It may be the longest prologue ever made.