I swam, I tanned, and I mostly binged.
Catching up on three weeks’ worth of watching! New movies, old TV, revolutionary comedy, and more.
Summer, traditionally, is not a fun time for me.
Does it make you a bad person for buying a ticket to see Nate Parker’s ‘The Birth of a Nation’?
The fury of negative press surrounding the tone-deaf casting would have overshadowed even a good movie, but first-time director Cynthia Mort’s take on the life and career of the prolific Simone is uninspired, misguided, and tedious.
And Ben Carson’s unsolicited perspective.
When 94% of studio heads and 92% of studio senior management is white, the imbalance of racial representation is systemic
There’s no room for originality in 2016’s box office.
Just in time for the holidays, Ron Howard cooked up the film version of a turducken: a movie based on a book that’s based on two different accounts of an event […]
Not even the most dramatic of scores can evoke the fervor required to engage an audience that is watching someone think really hard.