Among big-ticket Oscar contenders, the critic's heart will always be with the overlooked gem.
Naomi Wolf's yoni worship isn't just silly—it's dangerous.
On Rick Hasen's riveting look at voting wars since Florida—and the anguished history of how we got there in the first place
Criterion Collection has released the famed author's not-so-famed entries into the film canon.
Joe Posnanski's new book on the Penn State coach fails to hold him accountable for the Sandusky scandal.
Is it really a font of liberal propaganda?
Skyler White and other anti-hero wives have been doused in haterade lately instead of getting the sympathy they deserve.
Full Metal Jacket—as well as the rest of the director's canon—still fails to impress, even after a quarter-century intermission.
The Red Dawn remake comes.
Don't watch The Campaign with expectations of high sophistication and deft explanation of political issues.
The prolific man of letters spent the last decades of his life tarnishing his own reputation—but what a reputation it was.
Will the Olympics be a break from Europe and England's problems, or make them more vivid?
The Dark Knight Rises is not an easy parable for the political left or right.
A new book sheds light on the ruins that always lie in an Olympics's wake.
In the Nolan films, Batman is a reformer and humanist, and not an avatar for right-wing fears.