Every so often, we ring the bell for a week-long debate on a single topic. From The Best Year in Movies to The Best Summer Movie Ever to The Best Film to Lose Best Picture, Debate Week always delivers.
Three years after its release, the Marvel superhero film only grows in its relevance.
Nominated for Best Picture in 1996, ‘Babe’ is not just a story about a talking pig but also about compassion and believing in yourself.
By Anna Swanson
You don’t get to become an Oscar contender without making a few enemies.
David Lynch has an exceptional grasp on what it means to be human.
By Neil Miller
What does the perfect movie look like? Here’s your answer.
By Farah Cheded
Only ‘Ratatouille’ can satisfy the hunger stirred up by sizzling barbecue season.
By Elazar Fine
Perhaps the Best Summer Movie Ever is also the wettest, hottest, and most American. Paul Rudd probably thinks so.
By Jeff Bayer
A film that delivers the most patriotic speech in the history of cinema should definitely be in the conversation for Best Summer Movie Ever.
Spider-Man 2’s emotional and calculated story stands above modern summer flicks.