Here's a look at the handful of films that articulate different stages of the gay rights movement.
The high school theater comedy is conventional and predictable, but that's not always a bad thing.
"Star Trek Into Darkness" has less to do with space than the people who traverse it and is a study of what drives us in the face of despair: family, obsession, justice.
In my quest to become a movie buff, I'm watching and reviewing every Best Picture winner. This week's pick is "Best Years of Our Lives," and the plot would definitely resonate with viewers today.
Disney's redesign of Merida from the film "Brave" undermines the progressive messages of the film and supports problematic ideals of beauty and feminine fulfillment.
A year after Martin Scorsese said he wished "Taxi Driver" could have been filmed in 3D, the technology has gone from being an industry game changer to an expensive novelty.
Nolan is past the fancy franchise stage in his career ... at least I hope.
Trekkies or Noobs and does it even actually matter?