Idealizing "Captain Marvel" as an answer to a long-standing feminist question feels incorrect, but so does disparaging it as inconsequential.
Acclaimed South Korean writer and director Park Chan-wook visited the Harvard Film Archives to discuss the influences of his signature filmmaking style.
Aparicio, a former educator in her town of Tlaxiaco, Oaxaca, did not even aspire to become an actress, yet the work she has done is nothing short of momentous for the indigenous people of Mexico.
However stunning the film’s cinematography, Vogler severely dilutes it with a mélange of incomprehensible monologues.
Almost a decade and two movies later, a new player comes into the picture — a romantic interest for Toothless.
A screenplay can make or break the film, and in this case, it turns "Greta" into a borderline-comedic dumpster fire.
The film’s big selling point is its particular brand of humor: The self-deprecation is all part of the fun.
Improbable meet-cutes, pointless flash mobs, and spontaneous, somehow perfectly choreographed karaoke scenes are some of the enshrined elements of romantic comedies that have long deserved an affectionate parody.
Ranging in tone from absurdist allegorical comedy to deeply felt portraits of family and illness, the animated shorts selected by the Academy this year are a true testament to the creative largesse of the medium.