Let me just warn you: this review is going to be very unpopular. I have been a gay man all my life. And by that I mean ALL my life. My earliest memories are of attractions to and curiosities about the male of the species. I was gay at three when I looked forward to […]
The fact that I’ve never played a single video game in my life but know who Lara Croft is (and can immediately picture her various iterations) is indicative of her popularity as a pop culture icon. She was first introduced in 1996 as a character in the video game Tomb Raider, and has since been […]
And a final farewell to Anton Yelchin
Ava DuVernay’s 100 Million dollar movie is uneven but undeniably satisfying.
The Party is a gorgeous and anxious piece of choreography from the great Sally Potter. Potter, who along with Jane Campion isag one of the fierce matriarchs of postmodern cinema, began her career in stage choreography, music composition, and opera. The Party blends her eye for movement with her ear for music seamlessly. There isn’t […]
All the parts are working, but the whole is lacking.
But is there a ‘there’ there?
Jon Hamm is sad, and so is our reviewer.
We should expect no less from Ryan Coogler and Michael B. Jordan
I grew up listening to my mom read Beatrix Potter’s beloved twenty-three children’s tales. I cherish distinct memories of, in the middle of a snowy day, sitting sprawled out in front of the wood stove with The Tale of Peter Rabbit or The Tale of Jeremy Fisher, my two favorites, open on the living room […]