How do you distinguish a movie that’s one of the greatest of all time from one of your all-time favorites?
8 Million Ways to Die turned out to be the final film of one of the most endearing filmmakers from the New Hollywood era.
This video essay about the role of guns in film is presented by Capital and Matt Zoller Seitz.
The media is a business, and its business is telling stories: the more simplistic the better.
This installment of our six-part series deals with a disreputable offshoot of the traditional hero.
This chapter is about damaged loners who stand outside the spotlight looking for a way in.
In part three of our six-part video essay, we examine the Hero's doppelganger, the Fraud.
The six-part video essay Razzle Dazzle looks at how movies have examined the many facets of fame.
Our video essay series examines various aspects of the show, whose finale airs on May 24.
All That Jazz combines Bob Fosse’s choreographic showmanship and his cool filmmaking detachment.
David Chase knows that the sensuality of pop music and movies and the guilt of pretending to be a good Catholic boy are forever tangled up.
Veteran. Agitator. Provocateur. Bully. Conspiracy nut. Patriot.