This week we discuss our favorite pets in film and television!
For this roundtable, the group discusses their favorites siblings in movies/tv!
For this video roundtable, our team talks about their favorite film/tv couples!
For May & Nichols savants, as well as the newly initiated, this will propagate their legacies, giving us a deeper look into their individual outlooks.
Deus ex machina is a sign of lazy writing. Its implausibility takes advantage of the people who pay to see the work and it mocks their intelligence.
Film Inquiry’s Amanda Mazzillo takes a look back at the memorable career and essential films of actor Kirsten Dunst.
Film Inquiry’s Amanda Mazzillo takes a look back at the memorable career and essential films of actor Jim Carrey.
Part documentary, part staged, and full of heart, this love letter to the five boroughs of New York City is an enjoyable, chaotic watch.
We’ve seen a direct correlation between the use of cell phones and increased awareness of and civic response to police brutality against Black people.
We discuss Darren Aronofsky’s Pi, a film about conspiracies and obsessions that is relevant in the modern age.
After the recent Joker trailer, we breakdown the many influences of the infamous character’s latest iteration.
Green Book and BlacKkKlansman both deal with race relations in America. We discuss why they may both be problematic in their discussions of race.
We take a look back at motion capture technology, including its beginnings, its present uses, and the recent rises in de-aging technology.
Most romantic comedies follow a definitive structure; here we break down the steps that are usually involved to make the film successful.
In the second of this series, we look at the screenplays of Citizen Kane and Velvet Goldmine, examining how the two stories share similar DNA.