Critics are misreading the movie. The wealthy are not the villains in this story.
What if Russia had landed on the moon before the United States?
In the game's Phantom Liberty expansion, those who make the laws rarely follow them.
In Squid Game: The Challenge, contestants don't really risk their lives.
Arhoolie Records founder Chris Strachwitz's photos document blues, country, and Cajun music.
The American Buffalo documentary charts the fall and rise of American bison.
Director Takashi Yamazaki brings to the screen the most dreadful version of Godzilla since the franchise began.
Big Vape presents differing views on the supposed youth vaping epidemic.
The government abuse that precipitated Native American social woes is not directly discussed in Reservation Dogs.
Bureaucracy vs. freedom in outer space
A City on Mars is a counterbalance to the growing optimism over space exploration.
Tony Montana has a bloody rags-to-riches story.
Libertarians will read Ditch of Dreams as a story about bureaucracy and environmentalism run amok.
Death's 1990 Spiritual Healing paints a right-wing culture warrior’s nightmare vision of America.
The series foregrounds cases of OxyContin addiction, despite their rarity.
Host Liz Flock delivers a compelling narrative but misses chances to interrogate the justice system.
George Lucas divided his universe into light and dark. Dave Filoni is dissolving that worldview.
The Sullivan Institute trapped members and broke up families.
A New York Times podcast tells a story about both the drug war and institutional incompetence.
In The Rest Is History, two historians strike a pleasing balance between fact-dense narratives and witty banter.
Narrator Peter Dinklage takes viewers through a step-by-step process for becoming the next Jim Jones.
“It’s really no surprise, the amount of energy vampires in politics," says a fictional candidate for Staten Island comptroller.
A podcast about a man everyone already has an opinion about.
The political commentary in Netflix's sci-fi comedy isn't exactly subtle.
Did Laura Ingalls Wilder's libertarian daughter have an outsize role in crafting the beloved children's series?
Leaders depicted in the Apple TV+ series outlaw "relics" of the past, even including PEZ dispensers.
The Amazon miniseries examines the Institute in Basic Life Principles, focusing on the Duggar family and its multiple sex abuse scandals.
This retelling of the Nixon scandal is more in the style of Leslie Nielsen than Robert Redford.
A Chicago sandwich shop's survival depends on cutting through red tape.
A new podcast asks whether federal agents are catching bad guys or creating them.
Washington Post reporter Ben Terris offers a fair treatment to both conservative and liberal activists in the Trump era.
A new book handles the ill-fated CEO's story with respect.
Jake Gyllenhaal stars in a film that criticizes the U.S. immigration system.
The assault on Mount Carmel was meant to bolster the ATF's reputation. It failed.