On streaming and the big screen, we're paying more for less, even as new ideas seem few and far between.
If over-the-top statements likening one's political opponents to Nazis are grounds for firing, Hollywood is in trouble.
The final film in the Disney-era trilogy is a pointless, abysmal letdown that won't fully satisfy anyone.
It took the TSA multiple weeks to complete its review and conclude that Coke bottles are not a tool of terrorism.
"It could create concern that it’s the real thing," officials say.
Not a good weekend for relationships between officers and citizens
How has the fight for freedom changed from January 2017 to December, whether vis-a-vis Trump, Congress, or music? Well for one thing, Star Wars-spoiler norms have gone out the window in the Suderman household....
Reason editors point to the good stuff in tax reform, and the bad everything else
A California-law championed by the Star Wars actor hurts booksellers and tramples on free speech.
Don't use government force, Luke
For better or worse, part of one America's biggest movie franchise juggernauts
May the govt force be with you.
Star Wars is worth an estimated $42 billion.
And people have opinions about that.
Did Star Wars Kill the New Hollywood, Pave the Way for Reagan, and Make Us a 'Nation of Eight-Year-Olds'?
Some writers see Star Wars as a cinematic Death Star.
George Lucas' greatest triumph is charting a generation's passage from antiwar activism to running Abu Ghraib and secret kill lists.
MSNBC's Melissa Harris-Perry: "…I spent the whole day talking about the Darth Vader situation."
Merchandise will make $3 billion in 2015 alone.
The movie is fun, but its post-Galactic Empire political structure doesn't make a whole lot of sense.
Going to see The Force Awakens? Watch Reason TV's take on the cultural phenomena first.
A fictional weapon wielded by an imaginary soldier runs afoul of a ban on "symbols oriented toward violence."
Arguing about politics is part of what makes Star Wars fandom so much fun.
The 1966 short Freiheit
The Washington Post's Alyssa Rosenberg, Free Beacon's Sonny Bunch, and Reason's Peter Suderman fight over why we care.