Can a World War II-era movie about an old crank help with generational riddles today?
Scorsese’s gangster masterpiece has turned 30, and while America has always had a soft spot for rule-breakers, we’ve clearly taken things too far.
Hiroshi Teshigahara’s 1964 Woman in the Dunes is a subtly subversive film that mirrors our COVID-induced confinement.
Aaron Sorkin’s new Netflix film on the Chicago 7 is a terrific tale—emphasis on the word “tale.”
Borat is back. But can he compete with the political theater that is Donald Trump?
Nearly 25 years on, a brilliant period masterpiece anticipates the viciousness and vapidity of the modern social media scene.