Movies

I Saw More Than 8,000 Movies, and I Never Tired of Them
November 26, 2014

Getting in for free doesn't hurt.

Pauline Kael’s Rousing, Visionary Review that Helped Bring the French New Wave to America
November 25, 2014

Her passionate, wild writing launched careers—including her own.

Virginia Woolf Goes to the Movies
November 24, 2014

A meditation on film and reality

'The Imitation Game' and 'Theory of Everything' Lack the Conviction to be Great Biopics
November 19, 2014

Scientists have never been so sexy—and so devoid of personality.

Talking to the Director of the Year's Best Gay Bilingual Film
October 16, 2014

"Coming out is a universally hard thing to do."

You Can't Teach Genius, No Matter What 'Whiplash' Thinks
October 07, 2014

A genius doesn't need to be told to practice, practice, practice. 

The Triumph of Digital Will Be the Death of Many Movies
The 35mm reel is slowly shuffling off this mortal coil

The end of the 35mm film. Digital may not be immortal either.

Twitter Grief Is Real Grief
There's nothing wrong with mourning celebrities online
August 19, 2014

There's nothing wrong with mourning celebrities online.

This Year's Emmy Nominations Are Same Old, Same Old
July 10, 2014

Tatiana Maslany! The Good Wife! The Americans!

Americans Think Africa Is One Big Wild Animal Reserve
Delta and 'The Lion King' are part of our long history of stereotyping the continent
July 08, 2014

Delta and 'The Lion King' are part of our long history of stereotyping the continent.

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