Matt Reeves’ The Batman features villains who lose their shit when faced with an African American politician whose campaign slogan is centered on “Change.”
More homages to 1971’s magnificent bursts of cinematic iconoclasm, from McCabe & Mrs. Miller to The Music Lovers and Walkabout.
One of the great strengths of this Dune is that it humanizes its protagonists. They are detailed human characters, which makes their assuming the mask of the White Savior all the more troubling.
I want to gird you, readers, for the insanity and beauty of Annette
More homages to 1971’s magnificent bursts of cinematic iconoclasm.
The Andromeda Strain’s anti-intellectualism is rooted in Cold War paranoia: a distrust of science, of academia, and of the press.
Hippie Boomers have morphed from being figures we were horrified to see victimized (think “Easy Rider”) to the kind of people that audiences are positively happy to see get their comeuppances.