The film isn’t just a social and political landmark, but a technical and aesthetic one as well.
Today marks the start of Ryan Kelly and Adam Zanzie’s Spielberg blogathon.
Be crazy. And by crazy, I mean unhinged, unpredictable and inspired.
The original science fiction blockbuster, Metropolis is a high-water mark in the late silent era.
What is normal, really?
Read the eleventh and final installment in a series of countdown essays written for Salon.
Florescent lights. Combination locks. Clueless parents. Clueless teachers. Clueless friends. Paranoia. Alienation. Hormones. Zits.
I know. I can hardly believe the headline either.
By stripping away the political context that made Forrest Gump a pop culture hot potato, this film isolates and magnifies its story’s emotional appeal.
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When the history of intellectual property law is written,January 12, 2009should be marked as a decisive moment.
So many truths only become clear with hindsight. Here’s one of them: Unbeknownst to nearly everybody, even those closest to him, Andrew Johnston was a superhero.
It seems not at all coincidental that Don is visually defined by that broad-shouldered suit and the hat that shades his eyes.
A new day dawns and, from this side of the web, it seems business as usual.