In Christopher Nolan's space epic, very few things transcend the barriers of time and space. But love sure is one of them.
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Through the artful presentation and deconstruction of implicit and explicit social mores, filmmaker Julia Ducournau forces us to confront the animal in all of us.
Christopher Nolan's sci-fi extravaganza is certainly ambitious in visual and narrative scope. However, the cathartic simplicity that resides at the film's heart is the real scene-stealer.
By virtue of its highly-detailed production design, Bong Joon-ho's dystopian locomotive nightmare effectively portrays, challenges, and shatters the dangers of political ubiquities.
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.
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…
The sixth installment of 'Harry Potter' goes evocative in the adaptation process, distilling poignant themes from its richly detailed source material into a powerful cinematic experience.