The Golden Globes Made It Plain That Women Will Be Doing the Heavy Lifting in 2018
The Joy of Watching a Movie Outside of Its “Narrative”
Maybe We Should All Be Movie Stars
Instead of Racing to Work With Woody Allen, Stars Should Race to Work With These Writers
Must Every Piece of Storytelling Be Serialized?
There’s Simply Nothing Like Watching Tom Cruise Get Cucked
The Best Special Effect of 2017 Was Natural Aging
Some Great Performances Require Years of Preparation. Others Take Days.
Don’t Let BPM’s Oscar Snub Stop You From Seeing It
2017 Was a Breakthrough Year for New Filmmaking Voices
The Florida Project Director Sean Baker Is a Magician With Untrained Actors
Call Me by Your Name’s Critics Are Wrong to Insist Its Sex Scenes Should Be More Explicit
Is Get Out’s Alternate Ending the More Fitting Conclusion?
Does It Really Matter Whether the Best Movies of the Year Are “Timely”?
All the Old Rules About Movie Stardom Are Broken
The Year’s Best Movies Didn’t See Into the Future. They Saw What’s Always Been Here.
The Best Movies of 2017 Felt Like Urgent Dispatches From a Different Era
Slate’s Movie Critic on Her Moviegoing Resolutions for the New Year
My Favorite Moviegoing Day of 2016 Consisted of Eight Hours Watching the Same Movie
Documentaries Have Finally Shifted Focus From Scaremongering to Innovating