‘Wild Mountain Thyme’ doesn’t try to dissuade us from the sense of madness we feel; instead, it says ‘We’re all a little delusional, didn’t you know?’
Director Lee Isaac Chung and co-star Yuh-Jung Youn discuss ‘Minari,’ a drama that shows the importance of family ties and faith in the American experience.
Divorce is not just the end of a marriage, it’s most often the beginning of a tragic, life-long, evolving fallout for the entire family.
‘Barb and Star’ is original and funny at a time films that check either box, let alone both, are rare.
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Whether you’re seeking catharsis for a Valentine’s Day spent single or merely wish to offset the overwhelming atmosphere of the day, these ten movies are an ideal antithesis to the saccharine.
When government values ‘stability’ more than the lives of its citizens, the response goes beyond bureaucratic bungling and into state-sanctioned wrongdoing.
Despite writing more than 50 books on economics, race, and history, there’s a good chance Thomas Sowell is the national treasure you’ve never heard of.
By catching kids early, and with catchy tunes, kids won’t know there are other ways of interacting in a society where race isn’t the primary factor.
David Fincher’s new film following Herman ‘Mank’ Mankiewicz as he writes the screenplay of ‘Citizen Kane’ is a stunning piece of cinema and a must-watch for anyone who loves old movies.
More than 30 cartoon features are slated to release in 2021. Here’s a rundown of this generation’s animated comedies that still hold up after many viewings.
From an inspirational family drama dealing honestly with loss, to an action thriller set in a bombed-out city in northern Iraq, here are five films released in 2020 worth seeking out.
The vision of ‘Inside Out’ and ‘Monsters, Inc.’ director Pete Docter, ‘Soul’ is a sometimes sublime, somewhat flawed entry into the noble Pixar canon.
Christopher Nolan’s ‘Tenet’ offers a cautionary reminder: when ‘saving the future,’ we must be careful not to lose our humanity in the process.
Beautifully shot yet muted as a drama, ‘News of the World’ brings the post-Civil War Southwest to life in the unlikely journey of a lost girl and a jaded veteran who helps her find home.
The following films are decidedly not Christmas movies in the traditional sense, but they’re better than Hallmark’s annual output.
When every newly released children’s movie is overstimulating, with nothing at a Miyazaki tempo, that’s a problem. Thankfully, works like these are more accessible than ever.
The most valuable lessons of ‘Home Alone’ require a little living first. The film offers much more than just Kevin McCallister vs. The Wet Bandits.
If you think you’ll like ‘Fatman’—in which Mel Gibson stars as Santa Claus facing down a hitman—you’ll like ‘Fatman.’ And if you aren’t so sure, you still might like it.
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