The HBO documentary Woodstock 99: Peace, Love, and Rage views the event not just as one fiasco, but as an allegory for the Y2K era.
The HBO Max series Veneno embraces all of the media personality’s colorful life, including the messier parts.
Set in 1954 Detroit, Steven Soderbergh’s latest caper flick critiques capitalism and institutional racism as effortlessly as it piles on the twists.
An adaptation of the Tony-winning play, Oslo‘s apolitical take on the Israel-Palestine conflict is of little use to anyone.
The docuseries is the latest look back at the Woody Allen scandal. But do these projects really come from a more enlightened perspective?
Despite its six-hour runtime, the HBO docuseries “Q: Into the Storm” fails to comprehend what draws people to conspiracy theories.
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The result of a years-long fan campaign, the massive reedit of 2017’s much-maligned Justice League holds many lessons about contemporary film culture, production, and editing.
The crew of Fake Famous generated followers for aspiring Instagram celebs, demonstrating the artifice of internet success.
In 2021, every single blockbuster under the WarnerMedia umbrella will be going straight to HBO Max. How does this bode for the future of movie theaters?
The HBO true crime miniseries The Lady and the Dale argues that it’s just as important to highlight trans outlaws in addition to role models.
Chronicling a young writer’s experience in the aftermath of a sexual assault, the series captures the pain, absurdity, and murkiness of rape culture, refusing to ever tie a neat bow.