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?
by Jessica Goldstein Jul 22, 2014
"Where are we going to go now? Space? Atlantis? Water ballet?"
by Jessica Goldstein Jul 16, 2014
Don't stop pandering to one audience to just start pandering to another.
by Abigail Bessler Jul 1, 2014
It’s hard to get engrossed in the humor of the movie or care about how Molly and Joel end up if you’re busy pointing out plot similarities to Nora Ephron movies.
by Jessica Goldstein Jun 27, 2014
A new awareness campaign for rape and incest features some unlikely stars: Disney princesses and their dads.
by Tara Culp-Ressler Jun 16, 2014
'Obvious Child' is just one story about one woman. But it also brings up some important realities about other women across the country.
by Zack Ford Jun 13, 2014
Rather than falling into historical framing traps, this new documentary takes a more personal look at an important chapter from the marriage equality fight.
by Jessica Goldstein Jun 11, 2014
Can a romantic comedy actually tell the truth about what women are like when men aren't around? Obvious Child finds out.