Well, it’s a brand new year, and so we’ve decided to try something a bit different for our very first issue of 2014.
In the Coen brothers’ 1996 film Fargo, Jerry Lundegaard walks into a North Dakota bar in a cloud of discomfort and, we imagine, arctic air.
The dialectics of Spike Jonze's Her follow the limitations and liberties of technology and humanity.
If I’m making this all sound more complicated than it is, then I’m really only beginning to capture the essence of I Heart Huckabees.
A film like Silver Linings Playbook shows a bit of what love can offer to us, in all our various states of brokenness.
American Hustle captures us, because it gets us.
In The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, "Walter Mitty (Ben Stiller) is not a particularly mentionable person."
On The Hunger Games, Clueless, and how cinematic storytelling and written storytelling interact.