Obsessed by symbolism and decorum, Greg Barker’s documentary misses the sea change in plain sight.
An Inconvenient Sequel is usually transparent in its unbridled and excessive adulation of Al Gore.
The doc is beholden to the same plethora of taboos, half-truths, and outright lies traded en masse by mainstream conservatism for the last seven years.
Ably leads us through its extensive investigation, faltering only when the camera lingers on Jeremy Scahill for a touch too long at the expense of his interview subjects.
What was once a nasty secret became an open secret and is now common knowledge: The middle class is being squeezed, mostly downward, out of existence.
The ad campaign for Kathryn Bigelow’s Zero Dark Thirty is all about the act of snuffing out.
We’re not exactly batting a thousand in this category, but we’re pretty sure we got this year’s winner pegged.
Caprica’s pilot is ambitious, a bit overflowing with plot threads that beg for resolution