The Movie Club, 2016Why Sausage Party and Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping could outlast this year’s Best Picture winner.
The Movie Club, 2016This year marked the rise of docbusters, which turn tragedies into adventures starring Mark Wahlberg.
The 2015 Movie ClubEntry 16: Sure, let’s think about what the movie version of Hamilton should look like!
The 2015 Movie ClubEntry 14: Inside Out provided my daughter and me our first experience of weeping together over a work of art.
The 2015 Movie ClubEntry 8: The next time I want to see Jennifer Lawrence play a 40-year-old is 2030.
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, 2016Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds spent their careers strangling sexism. In 2016, sexism struck back.
The Movie Club, 2016Why is Moonlight the one movie we all agree on? And am I a dupe for loving La La Land?
The 2015 Movie ClubEntry 15: Anomalisa is a masterpiece, and all that’s at stake is a single human soul.
The 2015 Movie ClubEntry 13: Mad Max gave me just a little faith that every once in a while a studio might make the right crazy decision.
The 2015 Movie ClubEntry 7: People of the future will be able to watch The Hateful Eight to understand how screwed up we were in 2015.