Remember live performance? The story of the making of The Mikado illuminates the magic of theater in the delightful Topsy-Turvy.
Zippy, smart, fun . . . but smarmy, cutesy and fake. Aaron Sorkin’s The Trial of the Chicago 7 makes the case for and against its creator.
Elizabeth Taylor, Greta Garbo, and amazing true tales.
Millennial art and politics distort a new Jack London adaptation.
On Cleopatra, Gal Gadot, the United Nations, the Afghan War, Donald Trump, the Detroit Lions, Beethoven, and more.
The notion that the quality of Steele’s efforts doesn't rise to that of a vaccine conspiracy film is risible.
Shelby Steele and his son confront racial folklore in their radical documentary What Killed Michael Brown?
And yes, it's a guy thing.
She noted that the ongoing closure of theaters could force Hollywood to invest primarily in home-streaming projects.
The film explores what Shelby Steele calls America’s true original sin: not slavery, but “the use of race as a means to power.”