As fall approaches, the summer’s viral sensation gets a failing grade.
Rethinking the DNC convention playlist.
Poor storytelling and cliché romance expose a filmmaker’s predictable agenda.
The message of Black Is King is 'Let them eat bling.’
Kelly Reichardt’s misandry wins plaudits from history-bashers.
The Truth calls for public and personal courage.
Virtual cinema’s best, so far
A monument to political egotism self-destructs.
The PBS documentary about her succumbs to #MeToo delusions and academic jargon.
A new race movie avoids the new Blaxploitation.
The Last Poets’ eloquence outshines the ‘no justice, no peace’ drone of today.
Apatow panders to and pities a new type of privileged hipster sloth.
Willem Dafoe and Abel Ferrara deal with manhood honestly, identity politics be damned.
Save Gone with the Wind to save ourselves.
Lee didn’t take a stand, and he’s no prophet.
The Dardenne brothers latest film trades fear and loathing for fear and compassion.
Josh Trank and Tom Hardy rise to the COVID-19 occasion.
Media indoctrination continues apace, instilling narcissism and groupthink in young adults.
Christophe Honoré’s erotic tragicomedy outshines Hollywood copycats and honors our cultural heritage.
Billy Wilder predicted our aberrant media class.