Three movies that are all about atmosphere and character rather than plot, three highly stylized realities that mirror the struggle of self-discovery
Craig Gillespie's new movie explores and discovers the dark irony in one of the most discussed American stories of the last thirty years
Warrior, princess, hero, icon, Goddess, and yet fascinatingly flawed. Patty Jenkins’ old-fashioned take on Wonder Woman is all that and more.
The new film by John Musker and Ron Clements is a moving parable about the importance of celebrating the past through stories
The indie sensation of the year allows Black manhood the luxury of vulnerability and offers a hopeful outlook for masculinity