From the Golden Globes to ‘Mulan,’ the foreshocks of a fight over Hollywood’s cozy relationship with China are trembling beneath our feet.
In ‘Hustlers,’ Jennifer Lopez transformed into a difficult character, masterfully conveying layers of class tension and womanhood that less capable actresses wouldn’t have grasped.
Michelle Williams averted her eyes to the humanity of her child, a child whose face she could not see. But though she does not know the child, the child is known, as is she.
Hannah Brown is free to make all the bad choices she wants, but a truly empowered woman would own the outcomes, not make others bear the consequences.
From CNN to People to Yahoo to Vanity Fair, at least twelve major outlets used some variation of the word “powerful” in their headlines about the speech.
The December 2016 issue of Vogue magazine ludicrously declared “cleavage is over.” But if this year’s Golden Globes was any indicator of trending fashion guidelines, boobs are officially back.
The comments however still prompted online backlash leading to “arrest George Lopez” to begin trending on Twitter Monday morning.
If someone put a gun to a child’s head and said to Williams, ‘The price for your Golden Globe is this child’s life,’ hopefully she would have picked the child. But here she is, admitting she already did that to an even smaller human.
Liberal members of the media expressed disgust that Golden Globes host Ricky Gervais would dare criticize Hollywood millionaires for being uninformed hypocrites.
At Sunday’s Golden Globes ceremony, Ricky Gervais was clever enough to finally give all the Hollywood blather its proper framing.
Turning his attention to costar Leo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt went all the way back to the frigid waters of the Atlantic to take a good-natured jab at his friend.
From Ricky Gervais, the Golden Globes monologue was exactly what we’ve come to expect. But this year, felt somehow more cathartic, more necessary, and more daring.
Like most decades, the 2010s produced their share of terrible, terrible movies. Some bad movies can be fun in their own particular ways. These are not those movies.
‘Little Women’ is so important and transcends each generation because it captures the differences between women — in personalities, desires, and fortunes. Greta Gerwig’s rendition didn’t quite cut it.
In 2019, we’re forced to suffer through comedies like ‘Long Shot’ and ‘Late Night,’ when ten years ago, the yearly options were plentiful.
Now is the time annual compilation lists come out. While most focus on the year’s best, these are the bottom-dwellers in entertainment this year.
You don’t have to go to the Hallmark Channel to expand your seasonal selections.
We’ve all seen filmmakers’ cookie-cutter wokeness. ‘Richard Jewell’ shows us something new and relatable through an American libertarian lens — and audiences could use more of that.
Members of the media critiqued Clint Eastwood’s depiction of the journalist involved in the ‘Richard Jewell’ case, but didn’t make a peep about unfair depictions of conservatives at Fox News.
Elizabeth Banks believes her reboot of “Charlie’s Angels” didn’t make any money because men categorically eschew women-led action flicks.
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