When Sidney Poitier slapped a white murder suspect on screen, it changed how the stories of Black Americans were portrayed on film.
Do you like scary movies? How about movies that scare you while satirizing and paying homage to their genre?
Would you be willing to play games to get out of debt? Would you sell your organs?
On the fiftieth anniversary of Ms. Magazine, a look back at how the publication managed advertising demands while maintaining its founding ethos.
While Neo may be the One, he’s not the character who gets the action going in the first film—that’s Trinity.
Researchers found that male and female adolescents may respond differently to gossip or other forms of social aggression.
The work of cinema in the age of streaming services.
For over two months in 1990, Indigenous activists defended Kanien'kehá:ka lands against encroachment. They were portrayed negatively.
Ever since the medium was invented, people have used photography to document loss.
In No Time to Die, Bond blows up the villain’s post-Soviet missile silo—just as he does every other modernist building he encounters.