If he were around today, he’d be mocking today’s pieties, not joining the chorus. A new documentary about him misses
The zombie can represent anything, or nothing—and that may be the source of its pop-culture durability.
Human difference, even to some extent human imperfection, would be a terrible thing to lose, and yet all technology is
Hanks and wife Rita Wilson are currently in Australia, where Hanks was to begin production on a movie about the
Both The Candidate (1972) and Bulworth (1998) remain windows into the soul of the Democrats. They’re telling explorations of how
Jussie Smollett pleaded not guilty on Monday to new felony charges related to allegations that he paid two acquaintances to stage
No other Broadway musical since West Side Story has produced such a widely known and universally beloved slate of songs.
It’s when our reviewer, as a boy in the Soviet Union, got his first taste of American movies. He leads
A British film about the referendum portrays brilliantly the political currents that shocked the U.K.’s ruling class.
Why choose ‘Rhinestone Cowboy’ to wrap up the movie? I think it’s a sly confession. Glen Campbell and Bruce Springsteen
McCarthy sent a letter on Sunday to ABC News President James Goldston questioning why the network didn’t air reporting on
Horrifying details of this Holocaust of children emerge in a powerful documentary told by a woman whose family was one
Adam Carolla and Dennis Prager join figures across the political spectrum to examine the plague of censorship and groupthink emanating
Once again, filmmakers Epstein and Friedman distort cultural history to advance social-justice clichés.
The Brooklyn Historical Society’s showing of political films stokes paranoia and fans the flames of the #resistance.
Director Julius Onah explores the beliefs — and the fears — by which our enlightened, progressive society lives.