The Big Apple features prominently in thousands of films. But it’s not the same city every time.
A glossy badass martial arts extravaganza provides surprisingly common ground between the generations and the sexes.
Black Panther is in Flickchart’s global top 1000, a Movie to See Before You Die. Do you know its relationship to “Afrofuturism”?
Two intelligent young women leave college with a particular set of ideas about the world, only to have the world laugh in their faces. Being in your twenties sucks.
Can the president’s political party predict which movies you’ll love this year? Blogger Daniel Rohr thinks so!
The image of the pickup truck is almost universal, but in movie speak, who’s driving it can make a world of difference.
“Valerian” and “Rogue One” illuminate the current state of science fiction and help us consider the purpose of science fiction in general.
The rarer the film, the more precious a single screening can be. Blogger Grant Douglas Bromley writes about a nearly lost cinematic treasure that’s been shown just once in the last 50 years.
Paul Verhoeven’s Showgirls (1995) is a film with a reputation befitting a place like Las Vegas, yet beyond the glitz and glam is a film with substance and craftsmanship of the highest quality.
“The Blue Gardenia” is not a film noir. Neither is “Key Largo,” “Gun Crazy,” or “The Naked City.” Blogger Doug van Hollen spoils for a fight in this Film Spotlight essay!