"Zack Snyder's Justice League" was released last Thursday after years of campaigning on social media from fans. However, the film steps into the same pitfalls as previous Snyder films — the characters feel inhuman and the action lacks narrative and geographical cohesion.
These 16 tracks look to evoke nostalgia and longing for different times and places. New York City, small-town America and childhood are just a few of the subjects this collection of songs pays tribute to.
Fen Rockwell, John Slice and Max Joseph are three USC students who have come together to form Soapwater Productions, an independent entertainment group that has, so far, produced eight short films.
"Judas and the Black Messiah," a masterfully constructed film from second-time feature director Shaka King, uses its story as a means to an end. Standout performances from LaKeith Stanfield and Daniel Kaluuya give this tale of betrayal potent political relevance.
Five '80s romantic comedies to make anyone laugh, cry and relate. Travel back in time with "Modern Romance," "Something Wild," "Broadcast News," "When Harry Met Sally" and "Say Anything."
John Lee Hancock's "The Little Things" features strong performances from its lead actors but lacks the style and storytelling technique to be an engrossing crime thriller.
Amid a difficult 2020 for the theater industry, Warner Bros. delivers another disastrous blow by announcing its biggest blockbusters will be going directly to HBO Max in 2021. With streaming habits already on the rise, increased accessibility to content previously reserved for theaters could spell the end of mainstream movie-going.
Netflix's and David Fincher's latest collaboration "Mank" follows the career of screenwriter Herman J. Mankiewicz and his work on the screenplay of Orson Welles' "Citizen Kane." The film ultimately serves as a counterpart to "Kane," with similarly harsh social critiques that are infused with Fincher's disdain for the Hollywood system that has defined much of his career.