I prefer to see this movie as offering an order; in other words, the sequence of the six stories matters. The six stories seem to move, one to the next, from juvenility to wisdom. A youngster might view art and death in the flippant way that the first story, “The Ballad of Buster Scruggs,” offers.
If you are angry about movies that stereotype race relations in the U.S., you will be angry at Green Book. If you wish for racial and social healing, you will have your wishes come true in Green Book.
They didn’t title this movie for descriptive purposes. Roma could have been called “Scenes from a Year in a Mexican Maid’s Life.”
Robert Zemeckis’ "Welcome to Marwen" is like no movie I’ve ever seen before.
As we wind down the year, iAt will take a look back at 2018: our favorite podcasts, books, and articles.
From the last thirty years, which great children’s movies do you think of?