The Man Who Captured Time—J. Weston Phippen dives into the fascinating history of Eadweard Muybridge, a photographer determined to suspend time and capture the moment of unseeable motion.
Absolutely Fabulous and the Curse of the Absolute Party—Sophie Gilbert examines the movie adaptation of the long-running BBC sitcom, and the comedy of women aging.
Hollywood Tries to Resurrect 1999 With a New Blair Witch—David Sims exposes the surprisingly ubiquitous links between the last year of the 20th century and today’s cinema.
An Encouraging New World For Superheroes—David Sims looks ahead to a more diverse universe in which superheroes actually resemble their audiences.
Jason Bourne: Been There, Remembered That—Christopher Orr reviews the fourth installment of the Bourne franchise.
Don’t Think Twice Nails the Tragedy of Comedy—David Sims reviews Mike Birbiglia’s newest film about an improv troupe in search of fame.
Oh Chad! The Making of The Bachelorette’s Most Authentic Villain—Megan Garber revels in the absurdity of the milk-loving, villainously handsome, Chad.
Why Gay Marry—Spencer Kornhaber draws correlations between the views on same-sex marriage expressed in HBO’s Looking, and the national discussion around marriage equality.