Think it’s tough fighting the influence of modern media corporations? It’s going to be even harder for superheroine Lady Alchemy in her forthcoming graphic novel.
She battles a media executive … Read More
Woke comedy tries to be didactic and fails because it has nothing profound or interesting to teach. But tons of real, good comedy is didactic.
Recently Robert Tracinski mistakenly argued … Read More
Film finance today is predicated on one of two scenarios:
Movies set during summer have a certain feel that represents the season’s lazy, relaxed vibe.
Vacations. Free time. The great outdoors.
Some films capture that perfectly. They also showcase the … Read More
“Dark Money” bills itself as an exploration of the effects of the Supreme Court’s Citizens United campaign finance decision.
The documentary uncovers a world of dark money buying legislatures, state … Read More
Have you ever felt like life is just pushing you along?
Like you’re caught in a current so strong you can’t stop its mighty force to slow down and do … Read More
The summer movie season is in full swing, but there’s an alternative for those tired of endless superhero sequels and animated dramedies.
The Steamboat Institute Film Festival in Steamboat Springs … Read More
You say we’re manufactured To that we all agree So make your choice, and we’ll rejoice In never being free
Hey, hey, we are The Monkees … Read More
There were many things I learned as an English major in college, like how understanding something properly is actually hard work.
Take Winnie the Pooh, for example.
Did you know … Read More
I am the son of a college statistics professor and a writer, and I was raised in a house that cherished reading and film along with college football.
My first real … Read More
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