‘Shut In,’ announced Wednesday as The Daily Wire’s first original film, will be an important test.
‘People in our business don’t make money from making movies. Hollywood has its own top one percent and the bottom 99. Our movie is about the bottom 99.’
Some of the biggest TV networks in Hollywood have partnered to promote a gun-control initiative being financed by billionaire former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
The Oscars broadcast is en route to consciously serving just another elite progressive niche, like ‘The Late Show’ under Stephen Colbert or The New York Times.
“Promising Young Woman” effectively conveys the moral mess created by the Wild Wild West of the smartphone’s earliest introduction to society.
‘Nomadland’ is not an exceptional case study. It’s proof that erecting artistic barriers against cross-cultural exploration will cost us beautiful work.
Ellie Bufkin joins Emily Jashinsky to celebrate the 30-year anniversary of the iconic thriller movie “The Silence of the Lambs.”
‘Barb and Star’ is original and funny at a time films that check either box, let alone both, are rare.
‘Run Hide Fight’ is hardly Republican propaganda. It’s also hardly the best movie you’ll see this year. But it’s a serious piece of cinema.
With little to no emphasis on J.D. Vance’s Appalachia community, the film lacks the sense of place that his memoir crafted carefully.
As at-home viewing options proliferate, the theory is that theaters will need big, buzzy films like ‘Tenet’ to survive.
Many wonder if months of shelter-in-place policies have led to a sea-change in Americans’ viewing habits. After nearly six months of closed theaters, movie studios are hedging their bets.
It’s both an on-demand release and a hilarious comedy, and a provocative cultural satire that resists the urge to get bogged down in anti-Trump politics.
The true story of a white teacher who uses lacrosse to galvanize Inuit students in the remote Canadian village of Kugluktuk, ‘The Grizzlies’ grapples compellingly with suicide, addiction, alienation, and race.
Determined to be Hollywood’s first theatrical release during the coronavirus shutdowns, the Russell Crowe-led ‘Unhinged’ is eerily well-suited to the moment at hand.
If you’re not too good to enjoy people falling off cliffs or getting kicked in the face, ‘The Wrong Missy’ will be worth your time.
The virus isn’t destroying Hollywood so much as it’s accelerating shifts that were already in motion.
Chris Fenton spent years on the front lines of Hollywood’s controversial relationship with China. Now he wants to tell his story. Few in the industry have been willing to do the same, making his project a rare break in the silence.
The shortcomings of the woke ‘Birds of Prey’ film showed that Hollywood has yet to learn its lesson that audiences want to be entertained, not lectured.
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