A lot of winners. But it was Meryl Streep’s night.
Find a sense of mindfulness and calm with the simple joys of animation
Joey Armstrong kicks off his recap series of Stephen Daldry’s new Netflix show.
The Criterion Collection advertises itself as “a series of important contemporary and classic films.” That is an understatement. It’s more accurate to describe Criterion as a moveable museum, containing films from all over the world, preserved in gorgeous detail, unpacked with creator interviews and essays written by film scholars. The folks at Criterion have gathered a community […]
An “important work of art” or a devolved masochistic nightmare?
Tarkovsky’s arthouse sci-fi epic is as close to the experience of grief as cinema can get.
Breaking down the most unusual, and feminist, family on TV.
A first of its kind, and a best of its kind.
To honor the rich history of animated feature film making over the years, Joey Armstrong has chosen 50 animated films that have had some of the greatest cultural impact on adults and children alike. Previous entries: 50 – 41 40 – 31 30 – 21 20-11 10. A Charlie Brown Christmas (1965) When Steve Martino’s recent […]
A dark turn takes over Joey’s list