In movies, whites protect all of humanity; blacks usually protect their neighborhoods.
James Cameron's underwater epic may have been too sappy to be deemed a classic—but that's because, for once, the director didn't bother to hide his politics.
A closer look at Sam's on-field performance invalidates recent doubts about the openly gay NFL prospect's skills—and suggests he might be perfect for Rex Ryan's defensive lineup.
Unlike superheroes, do-gooder reporters aren't supposed to lie all the time.
Dave Brockie, a.k.a. Oderus Urungus, dead at 50, defied the self-seriousness of heavy metal and of the mainstream alike.
The deeply flawed film version of Frank Herbert's novel was universally hated when it premiered 30 years ago, but it still successfully brought much of the classic sci-fi novel to life.
With Batman finished for now, the future belongs to Marvel.
The American id, set to film, featuring aliens
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A global tradition by the numbers
Black Widow's display of vulnerability shows the challenge of being a female superhero—and an empowered woman in the real world.
The controversial megastar will bring a media circus with him to New York, which is exactly what the struggling team doesn't need.
The creator of the renowned 'Metal Gear' franchise discusses his influences in a Smithsonian talk
An interview with the curator of a new exhibit about the history of the form
The horses of the now-cancelled HBO show are just the latest victims in a long string of animal actor deaths.
The 'Blair Witch' gimmick gets applied to a fitting, if terrible, setting: the teen party.
Whether out of desperation or enlightenment, he's become our least-self-important icon.
A brief glimpse at the softer side of America's most violent sport
Liam Neeson's new film lacks a much-advertised battle. It also lacks a point.
Robert Heinlein's 1966 novel, 'The Moon Is a Harsh Mistress,' imagines the benefits of setting up shop on the lunar surface.