S. T. Perez, Texas A&M University, San Antonio
Arriving in October, the trailer for the film almost guarantees it will please fans with the director’s trademark visual style and cast of quirky characters.
When does the need for entertainment turn justice into just more pop culture fodder?
Set against the context of the #MeToo movement, the debut novel of Kate Elizabeth Russell probes into the interactions between a predatory man and his teenage student.
Against the backdrop of a small Texas town, Elizabeth Wetmore’s novel is a gritty depiction of a violent, patriarchal society.
Underneath the catchy songs is a message about reaching out to others despite our differences.
The TNT adaptation will possibly build on the themes of climate catastrophe and class warfare seen in the original.
Just like ‘Coco’ and ‘Up,’ the latest film from the acclaimed animation studio mixes laughs and tears.
The over-the-top zookeepers of the viral Netflix hit make this series perhaps the strangest true crime series yet.
The Apple TV+ adaptation of the William Landay novel has the MCU actor playing an assistant district attorney — whose son is being investigated for murder.
While COVID-19 is currently wreaking havoc, maybe films about epidemics could provide catharsis.
Just like ‘Goodfellas’ and ‘The Irishman,’ a real-life tale is serving as source material for the famed director.
The sequel to the 1992 film of the same name is expected to combine chills with insights about race in America.
More and more films are spotlighting the tension between the rich and the poor.
Combining real-life issues and movie worlds isn’t always a bad idea.
Even with a great year for film, many fan favorites didn’t make the cut for the Academy Awards.
Style takes its cues from the past — could we possibly see an echo of 1920s for the new ’20s?
Although plenty of time has passed since they were first released, literary classics have much to offer.
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