Kitty Green’s new film “The Assistant,” in theaters Jan. 31, examines the abuse—both physical and psychological—in Hollywood through the eyes of an office assistant.
Without the input of actual black women writers and producers, Perry’s oeuvre relies on punishing black female characters’ desires to be loved, have sex, and take risks.
The celebrated rapper and Trump supporter has decided to take his Sunday Service choir to a Christian event featuring many anti-LGBTQ crusaders.
From Lupita Nyong’o’s extraordinary performance in “Us” to Adam Sandler in “Uncut Gems,” here are the most remarkable people and films that went unrecognized by the Academy.
The buddy comedy has smarter ideas about relationships and power than many will give it credit for, even if it ultimately plays into a corporate feminist fantasy.
For Americans heartbroken over impending war with Iran, the Oscar-shortlisted documentary has a lot to teach us about challenging the distortions and injustices of the state.
This year, the BAFTAs, which have never nominated Denzel Washington for anything, nominated zero people of color—but Scarlett Johansson and Margot Robbie twice. Things must change.
While politically tinged speeches by the likes of Michelle Williams and Joaquin Phoenix earned plenty of applause, they leave much to be desired.
The can’t-miss films that came out from 2010-2019, and which you probably missed.
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