This month, we're casting our net over the wide expanse of summer, in all its various cinematic shades.
Rear Window is a movie about the stories we choose to tell.
The Worst Things The Camp Counselors In Wet Hot American Summer Did Juxtaposed With The Worst Things That Happened To Me At Camp…Ranked
It's a movie about the thing camp does best: taking American teenagers out of their normal environment and placing them into an environment where they want to kiss all the time.
This is the clincher: all the men in The Seven Year Itch come across as, to put it bluntly, desperate.
A narrator first introduces us to this reality, but his words are superfluous — the hot spell’s influence is visible in every frame of Stray Dog.
Do The Right Thing is viscerally human, and few walk away from it unshaken.
Dirty Dancing is one of those films that will make me scream “WHAT?!” in your face if you dare to tell me you haven’t seen it yet.
The Sandlot is baked in the dizzy heat of summer vacation nostalgia.
Adventureland, I realize now, is definitely about James.
On watching The Goonies in Astoria, Oregon on the 30th anniversary of its release.
Our Resident Poet, on Dazed and Confused