He survived the crash of 1929 by working from dawn to dusk, always loving America and defending its founding principles.
If he were around today, he’d be mocking today’s pieties, not joining the chorus. A new documentary about him misses
It’s when our reviewer, as a boy in the Soviet Union, got his first taste of American movies. He leads
An African-French first-time director has made a superb police drama.
A new museum devoted to the ephemeral medium that combines art, design, advocacy, and salesmanship
2010’s lessons for 2020.
Behold as I make my case with absolute metaphysical certitude (your results may vary, though).
A feminist diatribe that Michelle Obama could love
We live in a golden age of the documentary.
From big-studio blockbusters to a couple of first-timers.