A Conversation About Pete Buttigieg, Identity, and Diversity in the 2020 Race
Instead of Racing to Work With Woody Allen, Stars Should Race to Work With These Writers
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Call Me by Your Name’s Critics Are Wrong to Insist Its Sex Scenes Should Be More Explicit
The Year’s Best Movies Didn’t See Into the Future. They Saw What’s Always Been Here.
Taylor Swift’s “Look What You Made Me Do” Is the First Pure Piece of Trump-Era Pop Art
We’re Approaching a Major Turning Point in Trump-Era Pop Culture
Why Is the Edward Albee Estate Afraid of a Black Virginia Woolf?
Will Hollywood Learn Anything From Get Out’s Success?
Why Donald Trump Is Both a Gift and a Quandary for Late-Night Hosts
Trump Thinks Journalists Should Act Like Publicists and Ghostwriters
Hollywood’s Protests Might Seem Ineffective—but They’re Actually Getting to Trump
The One Movie This Year That Reduced Me to a Puddle of Salt, Water, and Snot
None of These Recent Movies Would Have Worked Without Their Perfect Casting
Why Sausage Party and Popstar Could Outlast This Year’s Best Picture Winner
We Shouldn’t Reduce Art to Being for “Coastal Elites” vs. “Trump’s America”
The Hamilton-Pence Incident Was More Than Just a Distraction
Is There Even Such a Thing as “Oscar Bait”?
Other People Is One of the Year’s Best Indies—and We Might Never Know Whether It’s a Hit or Not
A Star Is Born Is the Ultimate Hollywood Horror Story, and Lady Gaga Might Be Perfect Casting