Terrence Malick's enigmatic film demands all of our sensory attention.
Wes Craven's 'Scream' survives on the postmodern premise that the past is a recyclable source for the artist.
This year, superheroes, femme fatales, and monsters ravaged the big screen. So, who are 2014's biggest hitters and sorest losers?
Beyond The Tramp persona, Charlie Chaplin had keen judgement on issues affecting society.
This essay examines Better Luck Tomorrow and looks at how resistance to model minority demands relates to suburban gang activity.
A look at the presentation of imaginary friends in adulthood in "Drop Dead Fred" and Franklyn".
Fresa y Chocolate interrogates what it means to be a true revolutionary within the Cuban Revolution by use of dialectics.
A look at Lucy’s marketing and the problem with perception versus reality among moviegoers.