Sofia Coppola’s new film gets rid of everything that made the original interesting.
A new translation of the 1970s horror novel The Twenty Days in Turin is an eerily resonant read in 2017.
Meryl Streep’s speechifying at the Golden Globes was the worst thing to happen since Trump’s election.
What we liked about Carrie Fisher was that she seemed inclined to tell the truth, and almost nobody does that, certainly not Hollywood stars.
Grading a century of liberal film presidents.