Any film that so handedly breaks from the mainstream script about Cuba deserves our praise—and our scrutiny.
Until the End of the World, Wim Wenders’s doomed epic, was shockingly prescient about America’s equally doomed 21st century.
In the turbulent 1970s, the balm of pop cultural nostalgia set the tone for today’s political reaction.
Like most of her work, Gurinder Chadha’s Blinded by the Light parades as a paean to diversity and inclusion while reinforcing white supremacy.
Even as it is a critique of capitalism, Bong Joon-ho’s film is also an immediate, sexual object under capitalism.
The more Bong Joon-ho’s masterpiece is regarded, the more it seems to vanish in the spectacle of its acclaim.
No film genre in Hollywood’s golden age was more urban to its core than noir. The word conjures […]
Impostor syndrome is the shame that dares speak its name.