By Alyssa Rosenberg on December 28, 2013
'Her' is an interesting movie because it chronicles a relationship between a human and a computer program. It's a great one because it asks larger questions about love.
By Alyssa Rosenberg on December 20, 2013
'American Hustle' doesn't entirely hang together, but at times, it's a striking portrait of self-deception.
By Alyssa Rosenberg on December 17, 2013
An A to Z of some of the most striking movies released in 2013, including 'After Tiller,' 'Fruitvale Station,' 'Short Term 12' and 'Wadjda.'
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By Alyssa Rosenberg on December 6, 2013
If we want to have a conversation about '12 Years A Slave' and contemporary politics, we need to focus on Benedict Cumberbatch's slave owner Ford.
By Alyssa Rosenberg on December 4, 2013
David Pierce reports that just 14 percent of movies made in the American silent era exist in their complete original format.
By Alyssa Rosenberg on November 25, 2013
Hollywood has huge power to shape minds. So why doesn't the movie industry trust itself to sell actors and characters of color to white audiences?
By Alyssa Rosenberg on November 22, 2013
Apparently, beatings don't matter if they're occasional, and there are a whole lot of us who would be happier as other people's property.
By Alyssa Rosenberg on November 18, 2013
USA Today labeled the movie "race-themed" just because it's about black people. Here are ten movies about white people that better fit that label.
By Alyssa Rosenberg on November 15, 2013
Moviegoing's gotten increasingly unpleasant. Could revisiting old forms of short content, as Pixar has done and Netflix is considering, restore its charm?
By Alyssa Rosenberg on November 13, 2013
The Classification And Ratings Administration didn't invent the idea that we're more concerned about exposing our kids to sex than to gun violence.