The Movie Club, 2017
Entry 17: The Golden Globes made it plain that women will be doing the heavy lifting in 2018.
The Movie Club, 2017Entry 14: Instead of racing to work with Woody Allen, actors should consider racing to work with these writers instead.
The Movie Club, 2017Entry 10: Some great performances require years of preparation. Others take days.
The Movie Club, 2017Entry 6: Call Me by Your Name’s detractors are wrong to insist that its sex scenes should have been more explicit.
The Movie Club, 2017Entry 4: Does it really matter whether the best movies of the year are “timely”?
The Movie Club, 2017Entry 2: The year’s best movies didn’t see into the future. They saw what’s always been here.
The Movie Club, 2016Documentary filmmakers have finally shifted focus from scaremongering to innovating.
The Movie Club, 2016The best documentaries of the year tested the boundaries of the term documentary.
The Movie Club, 2016Understanding the year’s movies through the lens of “acteurism”—acting as authorship.
The Movie Club, 2016Comedies pass the test of time more often than we expect—but it’s hard to predict which ones will flunk.
The Movie Club, 2017Entry 11: The movies that made me cry, and why The Greatest Showman was one of them.
The Movie Club, 2017Entry 9: America better not let BPM’s Oscar snub stop it from seeing this movie.
The Movie Club, 2017Entry 7: I didn’t know how much of a magician The Florida Project’s Sean Baker was until I interviewed his lead.
The Movie Club, 2017Entry 5: It’s appropriate that Get Out now exists as a film with two contrasting endings.
The Movie Club, 2017Entry 1: The year’s best movies were made in a distant era and yet still spoke to our new age.
The Movie Club, 2016Why Sausage Party and Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping could outlast this year’s Best Picture winner.