They’re as essential to a person’s identity — and essential to our interactions with them — as their name.
NEWS & ART
Director James Gunn doesn’t seem to know whether the story exists to set up the jokes, or the jokes exist to set up the story.
A new HBO Max documentary spotlights the insidious nature of one of our most elementary thoughts — and the conjunction that inspired it.
That a film stands against sexual assault speaks little if at all to the assault of using unblurred footage to which women would no longer consent.
Mann is a cops-and-robbers philosopher with a camera…
Jeff “union buster” Bezos meets his Kubrickian monolith.
Horror continues to be the right move if you want to add heat to the existing Salem-story kettle, but there’s almost no anxious ecstasy, here.
For a movie to be this tight, focused, and impactful is a rarity that always deserves celebration — even weekly.
‘Joker’ is a corrective film, undoing the character’s magnetism in ‘The Dark Knight’ and condemning anarchism in the most damning of ways for young men: it makes them look weak.
Frank lifts an occasional melody as if by flutter.