The saving grace of Jewish-American comedy.
The future of A.I. in Hollywood—and beyond.
James Cameron’s new Avatar meets Xi Jinping’s new China.
TV’s Yellowstone and the conditions of freedom.
The BBC series Wolf Hall is as beautifully cut, fitted, embroidered, and bejeweled as the heavy, intimidating garments of the Tudor nobility.
Borgen, the celebrated Danish TV series about power, politics, and media, puts Hollywood in the shade.
The ghost of Neville Chamberlain.
Spielberg’s West Side Story is a masterpiece based on a masterpiece.
The satirical Netflix series The Chair is not sharp enough to draw blood.
The film Nomadland expands the scope and meaning of the book that inspired it.
Are America’s cultural exports worse than junk food?
The great novel of the Eastern Front, adapted for television.