Nobody ever asked to grow up, but we all do, and then we watch movies about it.
By M.G McIntyre
With Bo Burnham’s Writer’s Guild Awards win for ‘Eighth Grade,’ the Oscars writing category seems to be further from relevance than ever.
By Zoe Thomas
Is being a vlogger therapeutic? According to ‘Eighth Grade’, yes.
By Kristen Reid
Watch a video essay that examines the surprisingly minor use of smartphones in last year’s biggest movies.
From ‘Black Panther’ to Filmstruck ending its service, 2018 was filled with Winners and Losers.
These characters, all introduced on the big screen for the first time this year, were instantly iconic.
By Farah Cheded
With these actors on the horizon, the future looks very bright indeed.
Among the already-established indie favorites this year, Eighth Grade and Hereditary are underdogs that could go far.
The shy girls inherit the earth in ‘Eighth Grade’ and ‘To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before’