A new site grades movies reviewers on their writing, and purports to separate the reliable from the un-.
The under-imagined world of Neil Blomkamp's sci-fi allegory kills any attempt at political commentary.
Violent storylines and classic style have helped TV win respect. But is that formula holding the medium back?
Maris Kreizman's essay asks troubling questions about the place of women in Game of Thrones' universe.
Edgar Wright asked the British Board of Film Classification how many times he could use the c-word without getting an R. The response was thorough.
"For films, the critic who loves 'My Dinner with Andre' is the same guy who is going to write a review on 'The Lone Ranger' and they're not gong to see the same movie. So, that's kind of what happens with movies."
Wired has a great series of articles on coming attractions.
"Can you spare a few minutes? This allows you to be the critic."
Jordan Hoffman can't wait to read Peter Biskind's new book of lunch conversations between directors Orson Welles and Henry Jaglom.
"A well-rounded person is open to a Jean-Luc Godard and a Jean-Claude Van Damme."