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A Republican, a Communist, and a Catholic conservative walk onto a movie set...
The film dramatizes the pandemic-era mania around GameStop and WallStreetBets, but misunderstands the realities of financial markets.
Jake Gyllenhaal stars in a film that criticizes the U.S. immigration system.
The average working woman in 2023 earns enough money to buy a Barbie doll every 33 minutes. In 1959, it took nearly two hours.
The former Cheers producer explains why the studios are failing, the writers and actors are missing the big picture, and creators fear their audience.
Between A.I. and TikTok, the actors and writers will be returning to a changed industry.
"Government in general does a lot of things that aren't necessary," says Jared Polis.
It's a portrait of a complex man, and a warning about the nuclear era he created.
Where the action is.
It's no Orson Welles as Unicron, sadly. But I'll take it.
Classic rock revisited.
The Little Mermaid was a dull exercise in box-checking. Spider-Verse uses its diverse cast as an opportunity for narrative delights.
Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves is more Rob Reiner than J.R.R. Tolkien.
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 Is a Marvel Superhero Movie Made in Poor Taste. And It's Better for It.
In 2018, director James Gunn was fired from the film for gross tweets. But this comic book sequel shows the value of his gross-out sensibility.
Politicians in the last century accused pinball of being mob activity.
Their last strike previewed the struggles of the streaming era. This one might be giving us an early taste of the age of artificial intelligence.
Up with girls, down with Nazis.
The movie wants to be a call to arms for climate activists. Instead, it portrays them as delusional, apocalyptic depressives.
Companies make decisions all the time, some of them regrettable and unfortunate, that shouldn't be any of the government's business.
In this film, it's mean and funny enough to work.
Why are so many filmgoers and politicians eager to prop up baseball's boondoggles?
In a chaotic universe full of infinite realities where all choices are relative, individualism still matters.