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
The One Movie This Year That Reduced Me to a Puddle of Salt, Water, and Snot
The Best Documentaries of 2016 Tested the Boundaries of the Term Documentary
I’ll Come Out and Say It: I’m Over Chris Pratt
We Can Better Understand Many Movies Through the Lens of “Acteurism”
None of These Recent Movies Would Have Worked Without Their Perfect Casting
What in the Hell Are We Supposed to Make of the Ending of Elle?
Let Us Now Raise a Glass to the Finest Cinematic Trash of 2016
Comedies Frequently Pass the Test of Time—but It’s Hard to Tell Which Will Flunk
Why Sausage Party and Popstar Could Outlast This Year’s Best Picture Winner
How Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds Rebelled Against Hollywood Sexism
The Rise of Docbusters, Which Turn Tragedies Into Adventures Starring Mark Wahlberg
Why Were So Many of 2016’s Movies Obsessed With the Past?
We Shouldn’t Reduce Art to Being for “Coastal Elites” vs. “Trump’s America”
Why Is Moonlight the One Movie Critics Agree On? And Do Only Dupes Love La La Land?