The most impressive thing about Denis Villeneuve’s Dune might be the way it makes a complex story understandable without dumbing it down.
In “The Long Night,” Game of Thrones — a story built on unpredictability, mystery, and sacrifice — has now completely diverged from what made it great.
Avengers: Endgame owes its success to one word: character.
We could do worse than an extended cinematic universe of ABBA musicals.
Sollers Point has its finger on the pulse of a huge American problem: masculinity in crisis. Writer-director Matthew Porterfield is a dedicated chronicler of Baltimore’s lesser-told stories, and in Sollers Point he finds a true diamond in the rough. The story follows Keith (McCaul Lombardi), whose life after house arrest Read more…
When I was about 5 or 6, I had a thought that both exhilarated and terrified me. I was riding in the car with my parents, looking out the window, and I thought… How do I know if I’m real? Beyond that… how do I know if “reality” even exists? Read more…
Here’s why some media gets called a “guilty pleasure,” and why we need to stop saying that.