Dear White People and the shiny, new racism
Weaving biting satire with thought provoking questions, "Dear White People" examines the pressures, stereotypes and contradictions of black identity and white guilt.
Cold War Kids’ latest release feels right at home
Cold War Kids strike the perfect balance of grit and polish in, "Hold My Home."
The Hollywood Problem: Why We Need Women in Film
The lack of female filmmakers in Hollywood not only reflects a lack of equality in the film industry, but denies the unique perspectives on narrative and technical aspects of film that women have to offer.
OK Go mixes the new and the familiar in “Hungry Ghosts”
"Hungry Ghost" remains true to what OK GO does best: creating entertaining music that is not easily pegged down.
Redbox Film Club: “The Spectacular Now” captures youthful confusion
"The Spectacular Now" captures the reality of life, without turning the dark corner into bleakness.
Whiplash boldly lives up to its name
"Whiplash" stuns with visual and sonic intensity, while posing the age-old question of what lengths we must be willing to go to achieve greatness.
“Gone Girl” scrutinizes marital strife
David Fincher's "Gone Girl" will leave audiences shocked at its dramatic twists and turns.