Star Wars’ popularity means—for better or for worse—that it’s one of the most well-known stories in human history. I’m only talking numbers: 7.5 billion people on Earth today, far more than any previous era. A fifth of them, which I think is a conservative estimate, are probably aware of Star Wars, a good portion of them having seen the movies and experienced the decades-long marketing hype.
Josh Larsen, film critic and author, shares his top ten movie picks of 2016.
As someone who works in the medium of film and video, I find it disconcerting for people to assume I’m not creating Christian art because my films aren’t full of Bible verses or don’t contain the shadow of a cross falling across someone’s face at a crucial moment.
We live at the intersection of several important events: the rise of the TV serial, the self-assertion of cable networks, the advent of streaming and binge-watching. What does all this change and even power shift mean?
Thoughts on two movies about sex, relationships, and love.
Each year the film industry produces a wide variety of movies. From documentaries to sci-fi and beyond, the industry works diligently to entertain, inspire, and impact the entertainment world. Here is our list of the “most interesting” movies of 2014.