Ways of talking and writing change over time, and whatever is new tends to get, at first, a reputation as the royal road to communication hell. A lot of folks persist in believing that Twitter, for example,
It is my contention that any programme that chooses to demonstrate the bone-deep villainy of its protagonist by having her practise archery in her office is the best programme. All others can go home.
V.F. film critics Richard Lawson and K. Austin Collins have a chat about the movie season to come. Now that a new top-grossing movie of all time is about to be crowned, it seems the bombast of summer season
It seems that we are living in a golden age of female-led coming-of-age comedies. Lady Bird and The Edge Of Seventeen announced their directors as filmmakers to watch, while Blockers put the lie to the
It’s not uncommon for Judd Apatow movies to feature several superfluous characters—Greek-chorus types whose function in the movie is for Apatow to get some of his funny friends or up-and-comers to feed
The dark comedy about grief hinges on the performance of its two main stars. There is a narrative device called "Chekhov's Gun." It comes from Russian playwright Anton Chekhov who suggested that if there