Its caricature of sexual relations is so calculated, that you can’t really be all that frightened by the spirit that it represents.
Michael Apted had the discipline not to impose liberal ideology on his films.
Americana for our age: Booze, opioids, and ignorance. But Glenn Close, at least, sails past the white-trash clichés.
One consistent throughout the history of this country, says Steele, is that various forces and factions “only use race as a means to power.”
There has never been a Bond film that wasn’t at least moderately popular. What is it they say about 007? Nobody does it better.
Bill Murray dominates this cinema of privilege.
A new analysis suggests the key moment was artificially prolonged.
Comedy make fun usually mean “punching up” but punching down more fun when you’re Borat-ing.
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.