'The Legend of Korra' faced a lot of hatred instead of praise, by people who felt as if the story wasn’t relatable or it didn’t follow what they had imagined it to
Kogonada’s feature film debut, 'Columbus,' addresses architecture’s ability to heal by giving the power over to the viewer.
The minimalist visuals and Ryuichi Sakamoto’s otherworldly score make this adaptation of a Haruki Murakami short story create music even in the echoing emptiness.
Wes Craven's debut exploitation horror shocked audiences with the intensity of brutality befalling a typical American family, and it continues to remind us how violence and terror are never far from home.
A study of the films 'La Chinoise' and 'Black Panthers,' and how they illustrate the difference between Black and white radicalism.
25 years later and Yoshifumi Kondō's 'Whisper of the Heart', his first and only film, is still inspiring further creativity.
In isolation, home might feel like the last safe place there is — yet home invasion stories still have a strange appeal.
As pondered by 'Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw.'
Joel Schumacher's 'Batman Forever' and' Batman & Robin' are as worthy of a place in the superhero movie canon as any other film.
D.A. Pennebaker’s matchless 1970 documentary films the exhausting recording of a Broadway cast album, and captures the resilience of theater’s artistic spirit in the process.
Through her 'mockumentary' styled films, Cheryl Dunye gave insight into the way Black lesbians construct the world around themselves.