“Movies worth watching.” Now that’s a tagline I can get behind.
Plagued by bad luck or circumstances, Leland Cheuk’s The Misadventures of Sulliver Pong, is tiered historical satire. As a father and son battle for power, Cheuk exposes truths Chinese-American immigrants faced in a transitory culture.
He is vulnerable and stoic; she needs to return to home. Wildlike’s unusual pairing makes the perfect vehicle for explaining the male calling to protect.
In the film “Help!”, The Beatles subverted traditional symbols of masculinity and showcased the social changes men saw in the 1960s.
Not for Everyone, the show definitely seizes upon the changing attitudes of society.
Joanna Schroeder explains that there are many superheroes in the film Ant-Man, and all of them are dads.
With Tom Hanks in the lead, Rich Monetti says the Coen Brothers’ film kills the presumption that we control our destinies.
Rich Monetti says the comical, B-movie farce is actually a brilliant piece of political commentary.
Film critic John Ryan Powell examines an underrated low-budget film that explores the ramifications of sexual assault.
Film critic John Ryan Powell examines ten of the most underrated westerns of all time.
Jay-Z may say it’s his time now, but Lincoln Anthony Blades insists that the legends who paved the way for today’s Black artists deserve a lot more respect.
One of New York’s most hilarious, tongue-in-cheek puppet shows makes its way to the Great White North.
There are a few modern linguistic quirks that drive Jeff Nishball absolutely nuts. Including people who are nitpicky about grammar…
Tom Gualtieri steps back into the excitement and exhaustion of his solo Macbeth – where he plays every role in Shakespeare’s darkest tragedy.