by Jessica Goldstein Oct 5, 2014
Let's talk about 'Gone Girl.' Here there be spoilers! You've been warned.
by Jessica Goldstein Oct 1, 2014
No director, no cast, no script, not yet. But that’s not what movies are about. Everyone knows that a movie is born when an ’80s game and a studio love each other very much.
by Jessica Goldstein Sep 19, 2014
An investigation of The Ordinary Guy Who Deserves More, one of our worst movie male archetypes.
by Zack Ford Sep 19, 2014
Pride's light-hearted portrayal of a real-life partnership between a gay rights group and striking coal miners models how the LGBT movement has advanced so quickly.
by Jessica Goldstein Sep 12, 2014
How do you make a movie about early-onset Alzheimer’s that is honest but not so devastating that no one will want to see it?
by Jessica Goldstein Sep 10, 2014
Talking to filmmaker Robert Kenner about his new documentary, Merchants of Doubt.
by Jessica Goldstein Aug 13, 2014
You know how to whistle, don't you?
by Jessica Goldstein Aug 5, 2014
What do filmmakers hope to achieve when depicting the death penalty on screen?
by Jessica Goldstein Aug 4, 2014
Saving lives, taking names: how the Guardians of the Galaxy succeed where so many superheroes fail.
by Jack Jenkins Aug 1, 2014
Moses, Noah and Jesus probably weren't white. Why do we keep casting white guys to play them in movies?