A review of 'Top Gun: Maverick.'
An attempt to cash in on the newly public domain 'Winnie-the-Pooh' is the culmination of an intellectual property-obsessed culture bent on repurposing childhood for adults.
A review of 'The War on the West' by Douglas Murray.
The latest Marvel movie promises a mind-bending trip through the multiverse and fails to deliver.
Our superhero craze had its origins on the American frontier.
A review of ‘The Northman’ with some mild spoilers.
Sharing religious stories and engaging with scripture promotes continuity of values and traditions.
Eastwood succeeded in making a morally complex movie that people enjoy watching.
A review of 'Everything Everywhere All at Once.'
Digital archiving is shoddy and incomplete, and it will hamper the ability of future generations to understand the current era.
The beginning of a series chronicling the making of the first decade of 'The Simpsons,' as told by its writing staff.
How Poland's films capture their national identity better than any other country's.
The problem with imagining that the moment in which we live is somehow a chaotic historical aberration instead of fairly typical.
The Dispatch staff (and friends) on this year's Best Picture contenders.
The Foo Fighters play themselves in this comedy-horror romp, which promises joyful stupidity and provides exactly that.
A review of 'The Impossible City: A Hong Kong Memoir.'