Quentin Dupieux outstrips Quentin Tarantino.
Lee Daniels’s anti-American agitprop reduces the jazz giant to a fetish object.
Ellis Haizlip’s PBS history, repurposed for today’s radicalism.
Konchalovsky can teach Scorsese a lesson about creating substance rather than empty ‘content.’
‘There’s only content,’ distracting us to death.
TV from Dragnet to the Cold War and the PC war.
Hollywood distorts race history to control Millennial viewers.
The Tree, the Mayor and the Mediatheque is prophetic, instructive, and blissfully civilized.
Producer Brad Pitt pities the poor ‘immigrant.’
Her new fans use race to deny her artistry and exceptionalism.
Disney sells numbing mind games to the family market.
Race-baiting and wokism from top to bottom, and not one good film on the list.
Lots of navel-gazing and sulking in this post-Christian character study.
This nihilist indie flick sees the gender divide as a comedy.
Chloé Zhao rips off the class struggle.
The Mark Zuckerberg hagiography predicted Big Tech fascism.
2020’s films went from real cinema to increasingly politicized dreck.
This over-plotted mess, confusing heroines with villains, resembles Democratic Party overreach.
True History of the Kelly Gang is a hypnotic post-punk, post-hip-hop, post-Western.
The daughter of a legendary right-wing Hollywood filmmaker calmly documents an all-American cliffhanger.