The 2014 American reboot of Toho's iconic IP raises the stakes of its kaiju showdowns by imploring us to experience and appreciate its human counterpart, too.
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15 years since the 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer' spinoff ended, we examine how a show full of vampires, demons, and other supernatural foes can still teach us a thing or two about humanity.
Martin Scorsese crafted a man's world in his 1976 breakthrough only to expertly -- and importantly -- tear it down from within.
With a ledger dripping red, how does the sole female member of The Avengers' Original Six get her due 11 years later?
In light of Kristen Wiig and Annie Mumolo's sophomore big-screen team-up, we take a dive into their first collaboration 'Bridesmaids' and examine how relatability makes this raunchy comedy stand the t…
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In her feature film directorial debut, Brie Larson crafts a strangely relatable narrative of quirky alienation that compels us all to chase our best lives in our inner child.
Rachel Weisz and David Harbour could end up joining Florence Pugh in Scarlett Johansson's solo MCU outing and there could not be a better group of actors for the task.
The 'Iron Fist' standout already has some buzzy movies in the works and will team with the superproducers of 'Stranger Things' for her next big film.