Pixar’s latest endeavor is a crushing confrontation of self, but it offers tools to battle the inevitable onslaught of doubt.
The sequel wants nothing to do with a recognizable reality. Patty Jenkins and Gal Gadot are here to clash with titans.
We reflect on films that somehow managed to successfully capture the cultural zeitgeist of this year.
Even a pandemic can’t stop horror filmmakers from tapping into the found footage genre to create terror in the digital world.
The adaptation finds validation through two crackling performances from Viola Davis and Chadwick Boseman.
By Anna Swanson
In 2020, films asked us to look at unconventional ways we can connect with people when they need it most.
By Naomi Elias
We spotlight five of the many complex female characters that populate the sci-fi series.
For its 25th anniversary, we look at how Ang Lee and Emma Thompson’s adaptation of Jane Austen’s classic novel subverts expectations of female heroines.
Ang Lee shoots his subjects predominantly in long lenses to convey a sense of inescapable loneliness.