Struggles in the post-war world might, for some, be quite noble. In the case of Joe Lampton, ambition fueled by insecurity and validation secured by wealth, winning his internal war comes with an irrevocable loss.
Canadian filmmaker Neil Diamond is your guide for "Reel Injun: On the Trail of the Hollywood Indian". Diamond travels the United States interviewing actors, critics, activists, and filmmakers to discover the history of Native Americans on film.
Thanks to Covid-19, the Emmy Awards was odd, like everything else going on in the world, yet still provided some positive highlights and trophies for the TV shows we love. Keep reading for a full list of winners!
The evil Queen Ravenna has kept Snow White locked up in the castle her entire childhood. A chance escape leads her into the Dark Forest. The Huntsman, once assigned to track her down, becomes her protector and together they join forces to defeat the evil queen in this adult fairytale twist.
Patton Oswalt's newest stand-up special comes to us directly from the maw of Netflix itself, and it gives us Patton talking about his life, his daughter, horrible clowns, and, if he wasn't meta enough, his worst stand-up set.
Detective Laura Diamond combines single motherhood with her work as a homicide cop, and it doesn’t help that her almost ex-husband is now her boss. Debra Messing stars in a police procedural series that brings comedy and mystery together, accompanied by murder.
Do you remember the first time that you went to a drive-in? You were probably a child and pretty amazed by the fact that you could sit outside and watch a movie. Drive-ins are a piece of our past experiences, and a great one to share with our children.