Forman’s 1981 movie, rereleased, shows that woke Hollywood is not new.
Todd Haynes, an Ivy League Spike Lee, idolizes middle-class wannabe rebels of the 1960s.
The culture of corruption, romanticized for RINOs and rotten Dems
I take comfort in the fact that one of our corporate overlords saw fit to stand athwart by keeping the original ‘Space Jam’ website alive.
Locally sourced corruption in the Pacific Northwest
John Singleton’s compassionate legacy of a lost generation
A goose-stepping, hive-mind musical for these progressive times
What makes "FTA" joltingly contemporary is that its stark irreverence toward the military so closely resembles current anti-police opinion.
The corporation’s revised morality is anti-style and anti-human.
Barry Jenkins’s warped slave history is worse than dumbed-down.
Scrutinizing Hollywood’s Them-versus-Us strategy
Why this year’s Oscars deserve to be boycotted.
The once-great show is now Exhibit A in the decline of comedy, cartoons, and music culture.
Netflix feminism: actressy, hollow, and self-defeating
A superhero who rejects martyrdom and vengeance.
Craving heroes, the filmmakers contrive a celebrities-of-color fantasy that’s woke — and dull.
Juvenile consumer distraction is back.