Unpacking Jonathan Demme’s 2008 family psychodrama of addiction, marriage, and dishwasher competition.
Insights into our national history are difficult to parse.
In her directorial debut, Afia Nathaniel brings the reality of Pakistan’s child bride crisis to American audiences.
Remembering one of the best memory loss movies ever made.
The cinema has always been about fabrication. Few have more clearly understood that than Charlie Kaufman.
A classic of the silent era that remains as relevant and powerful as ever.
A powerful movie that that blurs the lines of reality and deception, of theater and film, of stories and lies.
The Big Bang Theory is making sitcoms worse. Will the Walking Dead do the same for cable?
The samurai classic is not just a masterpiece. It’s also funny, action-packed, familiar and extremely watchable.
Another Sorkin story about a Man of Genius, surrounding pawns