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.
Ladies in Black honors Melania while Netflix campaigns for Michelle.
Contemporary journalism is a tragedy, not a Hollywood satire.
The crisis and passion of Millennial cinema, explained by a sage.
Lifetime churns out a trite, feminist victimhood story.