‘The Titanic’ sheds light on a stark and growing contrast between today’s standards of masculinity (or lack thereof) and those of a bygone era.
Prepare for Sunday’s Academy Awards by reviewing a year’s worth of Federalist takes on the nominees.
Hollywood doesn’t have a higher honor to give and until Congress starts bequeathing medals to dorky gangster directors for perfect movies, the Oscar will have to do.
It is refreshing to see the Academy buck the outrage culture crying over “inequality,” and it is a delight to see films we all loved get recognition in a circle that seemed to have been shrinking around more unpopular films each year.
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.
Let’s enjoy what Hollywood produced the decade before streaming giants really disrupted the landscape.
From 1960s Hollywood glitz and glamour to Manson clan crime, Quentin Tarantino’s latest creation promises a wild and terrific ride.
While visually slick, ‘Ice on Fire’ is filled to the tipping point with scare tactics, doomsday predictions, and unreasonable proposals.
Chris Rock’s performance at the Oscar’s was more effective messaging than Lady Gaga’s Tribute or Leo’s climate change speech.
‘The Revenant’ is a bloody film about honor and revenge. That makes it the opposite of a chick flick.
Contrary to The Drudge Report, Leonardo DiCaprio doesn’t get raped by a bear in his new film, ‘The Revenant,’ but he does get mauled, which might be far worse.
The Wolf of Wall Street explains the most obscure and entrenched institutions of corporate welfare.
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